What is peroneal tendinopathy? According to MoveForwardPT.com, peroneal tendinopathy is characterized by an aching pain and swelling in the peroneal tendons located in the lower, outside portion of the ankle. A tendon is soft-tissue that attaches a muscle to a bone. The muscles involved in… Read More »Peroneal Tendonitis
Where does it ache? Achilles tendonitis is when the thick and tough tendon that attaches your calf to your heel starts to bother you. It can ache at different times such as before, during, and/or after a run. It can often go away once you… Read More »Resources for Insertional Achilles Tendonitis
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<p>you hear “Oh run on a soft surface it’s better for your knees” and I want to address that because it’s not necessarily true.</p><p>Like running form, there’s no better or worse running form, only different. It’s the same with surface, there’s no better or worse running surface, only different running surfaces… Read More »Are Softer Surfaces Better?
First off, please visit the general knee pain page for some info! What it IS While many runners who experience any sort of knee pain may suggest they have “runner’s knee”, patellar-femoral pain syndrome is actually Runner’s Knee. PFPS is an ache or pain behind… Read More »Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
As a runner and coach, most often I see injuries happen because of one core reason, and that’s training load errors.Overtraining.Too much too soon.Whatever you call it, this mistake is the reason I believe most injuries happen! The reason for most #running injuries may come… Read More »“Why did I get hurt?”