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My dear fibula and some ice cream by kda1114 Posted Mon 21 Jul 2014 12:53pm A year and a half ago I was injured training for my first marathon. I am now training for my 5th marathon, and have the same injury again!  Back at that time, after googling my symptoms, I thought I had Peroneal Tendonitis. But in doing more research, I think it was a stress fracture of the fibula . And I think that's what it is again.  Last ... Read on »
Where Are You Most Likely to Get a Stress Fracture? Research to Help You Catch Potential Stress Fractures Early by runnersconnect Posted Tue 12 Mar 2013 6:00am A stress fracture is one of the most feared running injuries . With a virtually guaranteed six or eight-week layoff from running, the prospect of sustaining one is unsettling even to veteran runners who have dealt with other injuries. Additionally, the fact that it’s a bone injury—something we usually associate with hard falls or other traumati ... Read on »
High Ankle Sprains by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted Tue 09 Oct 2012 6:00am Tweet Tweet As football season is upon us, we often hear the term “high ankle sprain” used by announcers and in the media. This guest article from Trevor Winnegge will help to explain this orthopedic diagnosis, etiology, diagnostics and treatment.   What is a hi ... Read on »
Mitchell fracture to make the relay gone after the United States: the fate of his teammates inside hands by packersjerseys24 Posted Sat 11 Aug 2012 5:39am "If your specific competition, I'll not teeth, but since it is a relay race, the fate of this other three teammates in doing my hand." Dragging a fracture with the leg within the finish line, 25-year-old American The men's relay athletes Man Teao Mitchell explained the reasons why he don't fallout. This is usually a scene that appears insi ... Read on »
The Funny Things Our Patients Say by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 Jun 2014 10:00am Today’s guest post comes from frequent contributor Trevor Winnegge.  Trevor shares a great, and fun, article on some of the funny things our patients and clients say!  I thought it would be good to mix it up and have a fun article on here!  Even better, I threw in a funny pic of a dog that looks like it is laughing, what a week ( photo ... Read on »
Uh, oh! Houston Texans “Dream” Season Already Plagued with Foot Injuries by Dr. Andrew Schneider Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 12:18pm I have been a fan of the Houston Texans since the team started. I’ve been at almost every home game and love watching them. I don’t get nearly as frustrated as some others by past seasons. You see, I grew up a fan of the New York Jets. Yes, the Jets are the team that passed up Dan Marino for Kenny O’Brien. If that’s not frustrating, I don’t ... Read on »
Dear Mark: Superfoods, BCAAs and Fasted Training, Hot Sauce, and Three More Questions by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 31 Dec 2012 11:00am In today’s edition of , I cover six reader questions, starting with one on superfoods. Next is branched chain amino acid supplementation before a “fasted” workout, and whether taking them negates the benefits. Then I discuss whether hot sauce is healthy and Primal, assuming it’s otherwise free of sugary ingredients. Lactase supplementation for ... Read on »
Foot Sprains: Help Your Body Recover Naturally by Ben L. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Wed 14 Apr 2010 3:10pm Fibula Fractures May Lead to Tarsal Sprains Question: Dear Dr. Ben, I am under the care of an orthopedic surgeon after I received a hairline fibula fracture and a midfoot sprain. He prescribed a non-weight bearing air cast. I returned at two weeks for an x-ray. He said he can barely see the fracture and he will start partial ... Read on »
The Ultimate Runner’s Guide to Stress Fractures: Causes, Risk Factors and How to Return to Training by runnersconnect Posted Fri 28 Dec 2012 6:00am A stress fracture is one of the most frustrating injuries a runner can come down with . While bad cases of some injuries do have a reputation for sticking around longer than the duration of a normal stress fracture, a stress fracture is a much bigger baseline setback than most soft tissue injuries: at least six weeks of no running at all—so ... Read on »
Stupid Until Proven Intelligent - MD & DC Relations by Stephen M. Perle, DC, MS Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 7:42am Image via Wikipedia Around 1986-7 I was the medical director for a track meet at West Point. At that time I was in charge of all medical care for all of the Metropolitan Athletics Congresses events. I must have worked at 40-50 track and cross country events a year. Whoever was a top US 100m high hurdler fell and hurt her ... Read on »