Health & Fitness:Medicine
I actually did some research recently in preparation for a presentation I was going to be giving on running injuries at the International Foot & Ankle Foundation medical conference in Seattle.
When I went to Medline, which is the search engine that catalogs medical research articles for the National Center for Biotechnology Information, I entered the search terms “running” and “injury.” That search produced 5,093 articles that were published in authoritative medical journals around the world. So not only do a lot of runners get injured, apparently a lot of researchers are writing scientific articles about running injuries.
The primary objective of that research study was to figure out the true incidence of lower extremity injuries among distance runners. Basically they wanted to figure out how often runners really get injuries like shin splints, stress fractures, Achilles tendinitis, and plantar fasciitis.
In this episode we’re talking about why you aren’t healing like a professional runner.
3 times a runner should NOT get an MRI for stress fracture
Grade one stress fracture is NOT a stress fracture
Use your running success to plan your injury recovery
Do I need a PRP injection for my Achilles Tendon
3 mistakes runners make with ankle sprains
Put your best foot forward on stairs when injured
Can I run on a treadmill after a stress fracture?
3 biggest mistakes injured runners make
Stress fracture: can I start a walk run program?
Question every timeline of running again after injury
Can I run after broken ankle surgery
Two perspectives for recovering runners
You already know the path to recovery
Most painful part of a running injury
Questions that make a stress fracture more or less likely in a runner
How a runner with a plantar fascia rupture talks himself into surgery
Pain is not a setback in your injury recovery
Skip a day to skip ahead in your injury recovery
Injured runner underdog advantage
Rest is an atrophy plan
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