Running Injuries Minneapolis - Knee & Foot Pain MN
Running injuries, plantar fasciitis, knee pain, and foot pain treated at Minneapolis Chiropractic
Shin SplintsThis running injury often causes pain along either side of the lower leg. Symptoms vary greatly from dull tightness to a painful area along the lower leg. Injuries have a higher incidence of occurrence in athletes starting a new running or aerobic program.
Achilles TendonitisInflammation of the tendon that connects the calf muscle to the heel. Can be stiff at the beginning of a run and feel better during the workout. Pain varies from dull ache to acute, knife-like pain sharp shooting pain. Which can cause pain with Achilles Tendonitis while running or walking.
Stress FractureUsually located in either the lower leg (tibia or fibula) or one of the metatarsals (toes), the 2nd and 3rd toes being the most common. This type of running injury can be difficult to diagnose in its early stages and can be confused with shin splints.
Runners Knee or Knee PainUsual symptoms of this running injury include pain directly under the kneecap, or the surrounding area. Climbing or descending stairs may cause knee pain. Usually the runners knee - running injury responds well our Minneapolis chiropractor.
Plantar Fasciitis or Foot PainCommon type of running injury - varies from a slight tightness in the bottom of the foot to an intense heel pain that may worsen when getting out of bed in the morning and then lessen after a few steps. The pain is often reproduced if the toes are dorsiflexed (pulled up). An X-ray will sometimes reveal the running injury, known as plantar fasciitis, (foot pain) as a "heel spur" on the bottom of the heel. This running injury is usually due to an over pronation of the foot and ankle while walking and running.
With Plantar Fasciitis, the pain is more severe when running on the balls of the feet. If pain is more intense on heel contact, a condition called Heel Spur Syndrome could be present. Heel Spurs result from excessive ossification (bone formation) due to the constant pulling of the fascia at the point where the fascia inserts on the bottom of the heel, this can be extremely painful. Lyn Lake Chiropractic feel they can help with this issue with adjusting your feet, ankle and extremities, massage, ultrasound, laser, taping. We would be glad to assess your shoes, running shoes or sport shoes and suggest the proper shoe your body needs to help correct the problem.
Ilio-Tibial Band SyndromeThese running injuries can manifest themselves anywhere along the entire length of this highly fibrous connective tissue running from the top of the hip to just below the knee. At its worst, pain can be very intense at either the outside of the hip to the outside of the knee. A complete biomechanical evaluation, foot to hip, is needed to diagnose the problem and prevent further running injuries. Stretching can aggravate running injuries of this type.
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