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 »
Today I was on a call with an injured runner who was told she had plantar fasciitis.
She was confused and she started doing some research. She enrolled in the Runner’s Heel Pain Course because she was trying to figure out why her “diagnosis” didn’t seem to match her gut instinct.
She suspected her diagnosis was wrong.
If you have heel pain, and you call for a ride instead of finishing your run, it’s not plantar fasciitis.
And that’s what we’re talking about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.View Details »
This morning I was just talking to a recovering runner, from my inner circle coaching private group. This guy was having some trouble and tenderness in his Achilles Tendon.
We talked about his plan for running tomorrow. It turns out he had a plan of actually going and running on a winding, hilly trail.
If you have Achilles tendon pain and want to make it worse, do 4 things in succession.
Because Achilles ruptures happens when you take 4 very specific steps in a specific way. Those 4 Steps put your aching Achilles Tendon at risk of further injury.
Today on the Doc On The Run podcast, we’re talking about the 4 steps to Achilles tendon rupture when running.