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#830 What is the most important ingredient to a runner after a plantar plate sprain?

I often get nutrition questions from runners who have overtraining injuries involving tissues made of collagen like the plantar plate ligament.

At the heart of these questions is what is the most important ingredient to add in their diet to speed recovery.

In this episode we are briefly discussing the key ingredients your body needs to repair collagen. If you are missing these, you might have a slower repair process if you have a partial tear of the plantar plate ligament itself.

What is the most important ingredient to a runner after a plantar plate sprain?

Well, that’s what we’re talking about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.

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#725 Does callus reduction decrease risk of plantar plate sprain?

I got a specific question about a recent episode on calluses in runners.

The question was, “Well, if you have that pattern of callus, and reduce the thickness of the callus so the callus is going away, does that mean there is less pressure there?”

You may have checked out the episode on the three callus patterns that I see in runners at high risk for getting a plantar plate injury.

Does callus reduction reduce your risk or decrease the risk that you’re going to get a plantar plate sprain?

Well, that’s what we’re talking about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.

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