Foot Injuries

Foot injuries are very common among both beginners and competitive runners. Below, you will find more information about fasciitis, heel spurs, stress fractures, metatarsalgia and problems related to the big toe.

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Leg injuries

Leg injuries (between the ankle and knee) are very common in recreational runners. Below, you will find more information about periostitis, Achilles tendinitis, compartment syndrome, problems lifting the foot, tibial stress fractures and calf muscle strain injury.

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Knee injuries

Knee injuries are the most common among marathon runners. Below, you will find more information about patellofemoral pain syndrome, patellar tendinitis and iliotibial band syndrome.

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Thigh Injuries

Thigh injuries are relatively rare in runners. With the exception of thigh strain, most pain felt in the thigh actually comes from the hip and back.

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Hip/Back Injuries

Hip and back injuries cannot be specified solely by their location, as pain is all around the pelvis. Below, you will find more information on hip osteoarthritis, lower back pain, bursitis and tendonitis.

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