Episode 170: What is turf toe, and how is it treated?

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In the Zone
What is turf toe, and how is it treated?

That’s Gotta Hurt
Todd Gurley – Georgia running back
Deshaun Watson – Clemson quarterback
Everett Golson – Notre Dame quarterback
Jose Canseco – Former major league slugger
Pascal Dupuis – Pittsburgh Penguins forward

Ask Dr. Geier
What can be done to treat pain from fissuring of the cartilage under the kneecap?
Can an MRI miss a new meniscus tear in a patient who previously had a meniscus repair?
What can a college track athlete do to recover from a stress fracture of the calcaneus in her foot?

Fan Favorites and Trash Talkers
Comments from listeners on the show and our previous discussions


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2 Responses to Episode 170: What is turf toe, and how is it treated?

  1. Hi, this a recreational runner, aged 37, with a parcial stress fracture in her calcaneus. This happened 3 months ago. When will it completelly heal? I cannot stand any more rest!!! =(

    • Generally calcaneal stress fractures heal in 8-12 weeks, but your doctor could give you a more specific answer in your case.

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