I desperately need advice,i`ve been running for only 3 months and really enjoy it and i`m looking forward to doing the Norwich Half marathon in November.However about a month ago i got this pain in the back of my legs whilst running one day and decided to have a rest for a week.However the following week after another 8 mile run a couple of days later i got a pain in my foot,and its been sore for a couple of weeks but the pains gone to the back of my legs now.
Its getting a little bit easier and i dont know if i`m getting a bit frustrated,but when i run i get this pulsating pain in the back of my leg which is preventing me from running far.Can anyone help?
I recently posted some information about the success we've been having coaching runners to adapt their running form to releive the pain of Anterior Compartment Syndrome.
Hope it helps...
I have recently started feeling problems in just above the fibulas on my lower leg and I'm not sure if this is the problem. Having looked at some things I think the actual muscle is the fibularis brevis. I recently ran the London Marathon and the first time I ran after the Marathon, I felt a bit of a twinge in this area. It was about ten days after the marathon. After that every time I ran it was there again but it went away. Now it's got worse but no one seems to know exactly what it is. It's not tendonitis or shin splints. Is it anterior compartment syndrome as it seems the closest or is it likely to be something else, like a different type of tendonitis
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