While runners are less likely to have back pain, it’s still possible to develop piriformis syndrome, herniated discs, and other spine injuries.
Calf and shin pain is common in runners. The cause may be shin splints, a pulled muscle, a tibial stress fracture, or chronic compartment syndrome.
Runners are at risk for injuring the 26 bones and 30 joints in the foot and ankle. Learn about the common causes of foot and ankle pain in runners.
Runners can have a hard time identifying the cause of hip or thigh pain. Learn the signs and symptoms of common running injuries, such as hip bursitis.
Runners put an enormous amount of pressure on their knees, making the joint susceptible to a number of different conditions.
Running can lead to several lower back problems, but stretching, muscle toning, stamina training, and cross-training can help mitigate the risk.
Guide to prevent and treat lower back injuries in runners, addressing issues aggravated by running for better back health.
Learn what should be done when runners experience or exacerbate low back pain during the course of their running.
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