Do shin splints go away?

Do shin splints go away?

Shin Splints rehab Shin splints is a fairly common running injury. Shin splints typically develop after exercise and manifest as pain along the inside of your shin bone (tibia).  The medical term for shin splints is medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS). It is an...
Common ankle injuries

Common ankle injuries

A sprain is very common when it comes to ankle injuries. We usually find in a sprained ankle that one or more of the ligaments are partially or completely torn. This happens when one or more ankle ligaments are overstretched, causing them to tear. The mechanism of...
ITBS treatment

ITBS treatment

Iliotibial Band Syndrome is a common sports injury whereby pain is felt on the outside of your knee joint, especially when running downhill or going downstairs. It is a non-traumatic overuse injury and is often experienced alongside weak hip abductor muscles (gluteus...
How do you detect a stress fracture?

How do you detect a stress fracture?

A stress fracture is exactly as the name suggests – a fracture that has been caused by excess stress on the area. Stress fractures happen when a small or moderate amount of force occurs on a bone repeatedly. They are small cracks in the bone usually due to repetitive...
Runners knee pain

Runners knee pain

Runners knee (patella femoral pain syndrome) Despite what the name suggests, this is not an injury limited just to the running population. It is also not a specific injury, but rather a broad term used to describe the pain you feel in your knee in relation to your...
Cause and treatment of plantar fasciitis

Cause and treatment of plantar fasciitis

What is plantar fasciitis? Plantar fasciitus is when you have pain on your heel and/or in your foot arch. Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the plantar fascia. This is usually caused by a strain on the plantar fascia as it attaches to the heel bone or other...
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