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#874 Are you depressed because of a running injury?

Today, I had a final follow-up call with a runner who did a series of consultation calls with me to get advice every week. After the series of calls he had improved and was better, but disclosed to me that he felt like he had been depressed.

He thought he might have depression because he realized something had significantly changed in his goal setting.

He said, “I can’t even imagine myself doing races anymore.”

Are you depressed because of your running injury?

Well, maybe you are, maybe you are not. I am not a psychiatrist. I am not a psychologist, but that is what we’re talking about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.

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#152 Why Injured Runners get Depressed and Dynamic Running Therapy with William Pullen

Dr. Segler: Today on the Doc On the Run Podcast we are talking with William Pullen the author of Running With Mindfulness about how Dynamic Running Therapy can improve low mood decrease anxiety decrease stress and help depression.  If you move, you’ll feel better, if you run, you’ll feel better.   If you’re listening to this […]

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