to write off two months during which you rehabilitate properly, than to risk many more with inappropriate treatment.Trochanteric BursaRunners pain over and below the bony outer part of the hip joint is frequently diagnosed as a bursa forming
Runners know how to rank their body parts. Most vulnerable? It has to be the knees. Most tortured? Feet. Most powerful? When it comes to speed, endurance and holding the strength that gets us uphill, downhill and everywhere in between, most of us would find it hard to credit any...
. Do you advise complete rest or to continue with running? – Also-ranA2) ITBS – can either rear its ugly head as a trochanteric bursa (pain on the outside of your hip) or a friction syndrome (on the outer part of your knee). Either way I’m not sure you
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