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Shin Splints and Running Shoes

Shin Pain is common in runners.....especially new long distance runners.  A catch-all term for shin pain is "shin splints".  I call this a garbage can diagnosis because that is where it belongs.....in the can.  Shin splints is a term used to describe your muscles "splinting" in their response to inj [...]

By | 2013-12-03T15:56:48+00:00 December 3rd, 2013|Running Injuries|0 Comments

Big Changes at SDRI

WE’RE MOVING … A Letter to SDRI Customers and Patients From Owner:  Dr. Victor J. Runco  I want to take this opportunity to express my thanks and appreciation for your patronage of the San Diego Running Institute for the last 10 years.  During this time I was able to work with some of the kindest ru [...]

By | 2013-01-22T14:52:24+00:00 January 22nd, 2013|News & Announcements|4 Comments

Barefoot Running Injuries

Do shoes cause injury?  Does running barefoot or in Vibram Five Finger shoes prevent injury?  How about minimalist running shoes?  These are all hot topics in today's running world.  Hardly a run goes by that I do not overhear runners debating the advantages or disadvantages or barefoot style runnin [...]

By | 2012-01-11T14:58:13+00:00 January 11th, 2012|Running Injuries|0 Comments

Running Injuries

Running injuries happen to all of us......eventually. If you run far enough, fast enough or do not get enough recovery time you will get injured. Often it is hard to know the difference between normal aches and pains and an actual injury. When can you run with an injury? When should you rest? How long? These are all common questions that are difficult to answer simply because not all running injuries are the same. Also, different body areas take different times to heal based on their physiology and the degree of the injury. For example

By | 2011-12-03T20:02:17+00:00 December 3rd, 2011|Running Injuries|0 Comments

Training through Summertime

Lacing up your San Diego trail running shoes can be difficult when the temperatures are soaring, especially during an unusually humid summer like this one. But training during the summertime can pay off when the temps cool down. Read our tips for successful training while it’s still summertime: Hydr [...]

By | 2011-08-28T08:36:35+00:00 August 28th, 2011|Training|0 Comments