Doc On The Run

Doc On The Run

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San Francisco and Houston  ·  Dr. Christopher Segler, D. P. M, is an award winning surgeon and foot and ankle expert who blogs on foot care and recovering from injuries.
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"Most runners want to get stronger but no runner wants to get injured"

Today we are discussing how runners can choose the right running surface to run longer, recover faster and heal running injuries.

"You have to be cautious and make sure that you’re really doing everything you can on all these with nutrition, sleep and hydration and everything else to make sure that it doesn’t happen."

"You have to be cautious and make sure that you’re really doing everything you can on all these with nutrition, sleep and hydration and everything else to make sure that it doesn’t happen.

"If you want to recover quickly you have to keep a positive mental attitude."  Doc On The Run Podcast: Why Runners Have An Unfair Advantage When It Comes To Healing An Injury

We will talk about why runners have an unfair advantage when he comes to healing an injury and how those advantages can help you recover faster

If inflammation is part of the problem, why not take ANTI-inflammatory drugs? Learn why, when and how runner’s use anti-inflammatory medications to get relief…and perhaps even more importantly, when runners should NOT take these drugs.

Non-steroidal anti-Inflammatory drugs commonly referred to as NSAIDs are one of the most often used drugs to treat plantar fasciitis.

Overtraining injuries come in lots of different forms. Metatarsal stress fractures, Achilles tendinitis, peroneal tendinitis, and plantar fasciitis, they all may affect different structures but what they all have in common is an impending inflammatory response. When you feel any aching sensation in your foot or your ankle and you think you have an overtraining injury, you want to take steps to control the damage and prevent things from getting any worse. Believe it or not there are a lot of…

Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast were talking about the first steps you should take when you think you have an overtraining injury.

The unfortunate reality is that every single day, over 10,000 suspected ankle sprains show up in the ER. While an emergency room may be the best place for someone with a heart attack, it isn’t the best place to get treatment for a sprained ankle.  In this episode we’re going to talk about the first things you should think about if you believe you need treatment after you sprain your ankle on a trail run.

Best treatment for sprained ankle ligaments how long does a ankle sprain heal,severe sprain what do you do for a sprained ankle,what should you do if you sprain your ankle how to know if you sprained your ankle.

In this episode we’re talking with sports nutritionist and triathlete Heidi Buttery about Good Fat, Bad Fat and Fat Fueling as a way to fuel better and avoid running injuries.  She will discuss what she knows as a nutrition coach, how that’s all tied together and to give idea of her approach, where she came from and what she’s up to now.

Today on the Doc On The Run podcast we're talking with sports nutritionist and triathlete Heidi Buttery about fat fueling for runners.

Last night I did a remote consultation for a patient who had a broken toe and wanted to get back to running. That discussion generated several thoughtful questions that I have heard before. These are all excellent questions for an injured runner!  So we’re going to talk about all of the things that you should consider if you’re a runner and you break one of your toes, but want to keep running.

In this episode we’re talking about how to make sure that you get back to running as quickly as possible if you break one of your toes.

Minimalist running shoes, maximalist running shoes and barefoot running, they’re all some of the more recent trends in running and running shoe technology. There’s a lot of debate around these different kinds of running shoes as well as different running forms and I was recently invited to give a lecture at the International Foot and Ankle Foundation meeting in Lake Tahoe on February 17, 2017.  In this episode we’re talking about the differences between minimalist and maximalist running…

Today on the Doc On The Run podcast we’re talking about the differences between minimalist and maximalist running shoes.

In this episode we’re speaking with Brad Beer, legendary physical therapist and Amazon best-selling author of “You Can Run Pain Free! A physio’s 5 step guide to enjoying injury-free and faster running”. You’re going to learn about Brad’s approach to decreasing overused injuries that plague endurance runners and long-distance triathletes.

In this episode we’re speaking with Brad Beer, legendary physical therapist and Amazon best-selling author of “You Can Run Pain Free! A physio’s 5 step guide to enjoying injury-free and faster running”. You’re going to learn about Brad’s approach to decreasing overused injuries that plague endurance runners and long-distance triathletes.

If you are runner, you probably like to run. If your get injured, you probably still want to run. You need a doctor who will be on your team, not the other way around.  In today’s podcast, I will discuss the top

If you are runner, you probably like to run. If your get injured, you probably still want to run. You need a doctor who will be on your team, not the other way around. In today’s podcast, I will discuss the top

Today on Doc On The Run podcast we’re talking about everything that runners should need to know about surgery on the plantar fascia.  It’s really important that you understand what all the different surgical procedures mean in terms of the procedures themselves but also what that mean to you as a runner. I personally believe that my entire job is to help runners continue running and so I have a perspective that’s a little different than some other surgeons. So we are going talk all of the…

Today on Doc On The Run podcast we’re talking about everything that runners should need to know about plantar fascia surgery.