We always like to try and reproduce the problem. We like to say “If we can reproduce the pain, we can probably fix the cause”, which seems to hold true in many cases. This article makes us think about seeing the patient at a point in their training that they feel the discomfort or are having the problem (after 30 minutes, after 20 miles, etc). There may be some value to scheduling their exam later, rather than sooner. A nice fatigue article from one of our favs “LER”. http://lermagazine.com/article/running-in-an-exerted-state-mechanical-effects

We always like to try and reproduce the problem. We like to say “If we can reproduce the pain, we can probably fix the cause”, which seems to hold true in many cases. This article makes us think about seeing the patient at a point in their training that they feel the discomfort or are having the problem (after 30 minutes, after 20 miles, etc). There may be some value to scheduling their exam later, rather than sooner. A nice fatigue article from one of our favs “LER”.


http://lermagazine.com/article/running-in-an-exerted-state-mechanical-effects