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 »
If you’re a runner who gets tightness in your calves and develops Achilles tendinosis it can be very difficult to get it to heal and it can be very frustrating. Some runners fail multiple treatments including stretching, home exercises, physical therapy, braces, PRP injections and many other treatments. You just have to figure what it will take to get the Achilles tendon to heal so you can get back to running.View Details »
Today, on the Doc On The Run podcast we’re talking about the single best treatment for plantar fasciitis in runners. If you are running and you get plantar fasciitis, you probably want to get back to running as soon as possible. Many doctors will tell you to quit running. Doctors may also recommend lots of […]View Details »