I’ve suffered an injury approx 5 weeks ago whilst running which my doc diagnosed as a probable torn ligament. After reading-up myself I suspect it is my medial collateral ligament.It had improved markedly until today when it ‘went’ a few times
does anyone know of anything that can help a strained ligament recover? going through a core stability program at the moment but am looking at ways of helping a strained ligament recover and i don't really fancy prolotherapy!cheers any ideas?
I have just returned to running having just had my anterior cruciate ligament replaced. Is there anyone else out there in a similar position returning to running after this sort of thing? Is there any advice anyone can offer? Hi RussellI know
I tripped running for the bus (the shame!) last night, landed on the side of my foot and subsequently ended up in A&E until 4am. X-rays showed no fractures and when I finally saw the doctor she theorised it was probably a ligament tear. Her
Have a pressing issue in that my left Medial Ligaments are acting up. Went running (12 miles) last Friday evening after work. I had been feeling the odd twinge bfore this particular runn but on Friday I came close to actually "colapsing" - my knee
I'm still suffering although the swelling has gone down loads, but the more the swelling goes down the more pain I seem to suffer from when I walk. The medial collateral ligament was partially torn but the swelling is below the knee cap
has any body had trouble with there inguinal ligament, Possibly, Philip. Where is it?!Sounds nasty!
Hi there, I am due to do my first half marathon in October and have only done 5K's in the past. Im a bit concerned about the distance as I sprained the ligaments in my knee a few years ago and can feel my knee pulling slightly during and after
Hi I've been told that I have loose ligaments in my left leg which accounts for knee pains when running.Can anyone suggest some excercises that I can do at home to build the muscles around the knee area to help support it. Thanks alot.Kevin
Being relatively new to running I have somehow already injured myself.I have a very dull pain just below the knee which is agony if i press.Could this be tendons and ligaments or something more sinister?! could be a ruptured/torn patellar ligamentbe
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