If you’re a runner with a plantar plate sprain, I can understand why you’re frustrated.
You have some minor vague aching pain in the ball of the foot, and you’re trying to get back to running, but you’re getting lots of conflicting advice.
In my experience, it’s very rare that a runner gets a plantar plate injury from what I call “overtraining.”
Plantar plate ligaments don’t get sprained because you ran way too much, or ran too many miles. It doesn’t really happen that way. But they do get injured by workouts designed to support your running fitness.
What are three running drills that might lead to a plantar plate sprain?
Well, that’s what we’re talking about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.View Details »