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How to Avoid Blisters and Black Toenails from Running

San Francisco Podiatrist and Marathon Runner Explains

San Francisco, CA - March 31, 2010 

The vague stinging and burning sensation emanating from a blister can easily detract from your focus during a marathon. The more you think about it, the worse it gets.  The next thing you know, your pace is off, you speed up and slow down because of this unpleasant distraction. When you walk through a water station, it just gets worse, and you start to limp. After the race, running is out of the question. You may even limp for days while back at work.  This is almost always preventable. 

How to Tell if You Have a Stress Fracture by San Francisco House Call Podiatrist and Sports Medicine Specialist
This article will explain everything you need to know about how sports medicine podiatrists diagnose stress fractures in the foot. - by San Francisco Sports Medicine Podiatrist, Dr. Christopher Segler.  

If you are reading this right now you are probably a runner or triathlete. Or maybe you just started running and are in training for your first marathon. Or maybe you are a seasoned Ironman triathlete trying to qualify for a Kona slot. But no matter how long you have been running, one thing is for sure… your foot is aching and you are worried that you have a stress fracture in one of the bones in your foot.

Metatarsalgia and Predislocation Syndrome in Runners


Like any other type of pain, a sharp or aching pain in the ball of the foot can be distracting when you run. Although there are many conditions that can cause pain in the ball of the foot, there are only a few that are common among runners.  Stress fractures are frequent, and may be worrisome, but differ from some other conditions.  Unlike stress fractures that often seem to be related to more diffuse pain, several other conditions are easier to localize.

Posterior Tibial Tendon Pain in a Runner

Posterior Tibial Tendonitis and Tendinosis for Runners

By Dr. Christopher Segler

When you run, your foot hits the ground, you pronate to absorb impact and then you supinate to push off again.  All of this is possible because of a muscle in your leg call the tibialis posterior.  This muscle deep in the back of your leg forms a tendon call the posterior tibial tendon that attaches to your foot. It attaches to the navicular bone in the instep of your foot, right at the top of your arch.  

In the very simplest of terms, this tendon helps to hold up the arch. It is really much more complex than that, but we won’t bore you with the details. All you really need to know about this is that when you get posterior tibial tendinitis it can quickly progress and become a surgical problem. 

Oh! My Aching Legs...Shin Splints

Shin Splints Explained by an Francisco Running Podiatrist

Oh! My Aching Legs...Shin Splints

Shin splints are the most common overuse injury among runners.  Either you, or someone you run with, have likely suffered from this painful malady.  Like most running injuries, shin splints are largely preventable. However, if not prevented, they can derail your training program and put your dream race in jeopardy.

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