Q Im a flat-footed overpronator, and for a long time I suffered from a painful and stiff right heel. I had an operation called a heel trim and the problem cleared up. But now I seem to have the same problem in my left heel. My local hospital no longer carries out heel trims, an...
Q I have recently noticed a small lump on the outside of my heel. Its about the size of a pea and the skin covering it is numb. It isnt painful, although it can rub on my shoes, and when I stretch my Achilles it feels uncomfortable. Should I be worried, and can I get it removed...
after a long run. Although x-rays may show a calcaneal spur, this is irrelevant as many that are found accidentally are not associated with plantar fascia pain, and many with pain have no spur.What else could it be?Other causes of the pain could be a
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think would be to try to have a training partner for next time as it helps to have someone to spur you on. The key to my success, and it was a success as I did it in 3:52:29 a full 18 minutes faster than last time, is that when things get tough keep
Time: 3:24What was the best moment (excluding the finish)? Running along Embankment where I had two surprise supporters. Spurred me on no end! Split before seeing friends = 8:52.3. Split after seeing friends = 7:48.4!! And London Bridge - couldn
Waking up when it was still dark on Sunday morning, with screaming leg muscles and buses to the start leaving at 6.45am sharp, the prospect of taking on another race seemed impossibly cruel. But one thing spurred me on: the smug knowledge
three-year BSc in podiatry. Injuries treated All foot injuries. These include plantar fasciitis (heel pain), bone spurs, hammer toes, bunions and severe toenail and blister pain. Also, leg problems caused by improper foot plant. When to go When a leg
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was amazing. I then met my wife, one-year-old daughter and sister which really spurred me on. I went through halfway in 2:33, 50 minutes slower than my PB. At Mile 18 I was overtaken by Mr Happy, Batman and Evel Knievel but knew I would complete it. I
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