This episode comes from a question sent in by an injured runner who was listening to the Doc On The Run Podcast.
“I am 30 with medium arches. No prior injuries. 7 months ago I began having left med ankle pain at the calcaneal insertion.
MRI confirmed a plantar fascia rupture of med cord. I was told to just ice and stretch.
I have a distal 4th fracture on the right. Both feet at once?!
What should I do? It hurts!”
Today on the Doc On The Run podcast we’re talking about what a runner should do when you have a rupture of the plantar fascia and metatarsal stress fractures.
Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run podcast, we’re going to talk about whether or not you can run with a partial rupture of the plantar fascia. Can I run my race if I have a partial rupture of the plantar fascia? Well that’s a question I’ve got in a number […]View Details »