You have sprained your ankle, assuming you have just torn some ligaments. But there’s so much more that can go wrong and delay your recovery.… Read More »Why is my sprained ankle not getting better?
Retrocalcaneal bursitis is an inflammatory condition of the bursa (pad) between the Achilles tendon and the heel bone Pain is worse while walking uphill and… Read More »Retrocalcaneal bursitis – the cause of heel pain
Pain from Achilles tendinopathy comes on slowly over a period of weeks and months. It often begins as a mild discomfort after a run or… Read More »Achilles tendinopathy – efficient solutions
Ankle sprains occur after a rapid and uncontrolled “roll” of the ankle Swelling and/or bruising indicates structural damage, usually involving a ligament or bone The… Read More »Ankle sprain – the quick fix for your rolled ankle
Black toenails from running is one of the more common issues amongst distance runners. It’s also one of the most misinterpreted! Black toenails will usually… Read More »Why do I get black toenails from running?
Bone stress reaction causes a dull, usually prolonged, ache around the injury site A bone stress reaction can occur due to impact loading or connective… Read More »Bone stress reaction – what, why and how to fix it
Talar dome lesion refers to an injury to the surface of the bone in the ankle joint, the Talus. It’s a sneaky injury that can… Read More »Talar dome lesion – a complication of ankle sprain
There is nothing more frustrating than being stuck in a boot or a leg cast for weeks. You may have a stress fracture in your… Read More »Strength exercises while you’re stuck in a boot!