You’re out on a run, and you suddenly start having extremely sharp heel pain.
You think it’s plantar fasciitis.
But when you look at your foot, you see a huge bruise.
That’s not plantar fasciitis. That’s where you ripped something.
Is there always bruising with a partial rupture or a tear in the plantar fascia?
Well, that’s what we’re talking about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.View Details »
If you are a runner and you get pain in the ball of the foot, particularly at the base of the second toe right. It could be a plantar plate sprain.
Whenever I see a runner on webcam who has pain that sounds like a plantar plate sprain, the first thing I do is look for any callus pattern in the skin that suggests they have too much pressure and friction at that area that could injure the plantar plate ligament underneath the skin.
This episode will help you understand how certain callus patterns relate to some basic foot mechanics when you’re trying to figure out what is causing your ball of foot pain.
Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast we’re talking about three callus patterns I often see that can suggest you have a risk for getting a plantar plate sprain if you are a runner.View Details »