I was just invited to give a lecture at the International Foot & Ankle Foundation’s 42nd Seattle Seminar. I was asked to give a lecture entitled “Potential Complications of Returning Athletes Back to Activity After Injury.”
The very last question of the entire weekend seminar was directed to me.
“Dr. Segler…How can you work with injured runners all day?”
Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast we’re talking about the 3 reasons I love working with injured runners.View Details »
If you are a runner and you have a weird aching pain, and you’re not really even sure if it’s in your foot or your ankle you may have a condition called sinus tarsi syndrome.
When a doctor tells you you developed a case of sinus tarsi syndrome That just means that you have irritated and inflamed the lining of the subtalar joint.
So of course as a runner suffering from this condition and trying to figure out what to do, so you don’t get it again, it may be helpful if you can understand the three common causes of sinus tarsi syndrome in runners.
Today on the Doc On The Run podcast, we’re talking about three causes of sinus tarsi syndrome in runners.View Details »