From the AMSSM: Drilling down into running injuries – what they don’t teach in medical school by BMJ talk medicine published on 2017-08-11T09:44:34Z The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) podcast is hosted by Dr Devin McFadden (Sports Medicine Fellow, Washington D.C) is your host. He chats with Dr Bert Fields (Sports Medicine Physician, Greensborough, North Carolina), Dr Robert Oh (Sports M edicine, Fort Benning, Georgia) and Dr Chad Asplund (Athletic Sports Medicine, Georgia Southern University). In this podcast (part 2 of 2), the experts on running injuries discuss: • What is the role of motion control shoes? • What factors unrelated to footwear do you look for in an injured runner? • What’s the role of the core? • Can nutrition contribute to obesity, metabolic syndrome even in distance runners? • What are the greatest risks to failing to meet your running goals? Link to Laurent Malisoux’s RCT on injury risk in motion control shoes vs standard shoes: http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/50/8/481 (Free) Link to part 1 of this podcast: https://soundcloud.com/bmjpodcasts/from-the-amssm-3-sportsmedicine-legends-on-running-injuries-illness-and-footwear The next AMSSM Annual meeting will be in Orlando, Florida, April 24-29, 2018.