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Running injury

Posted on 12/17/22 at 7:11 am
Posted by cassopher
Lake Charles
Member since Jan 2010
710 posts
Posted on 12/17/22 at 7:11 am
I did an 8 mile run on December 8th and ever since my lower leg has been bothering me. Pain is in the shin and calf area and the pain only arises when I first stand up from inactivity (driving, sitting on couch, etc). After I start moving for a bit the pain stops.
I have not ran since the injury, but I have done some elliptical. Sound like a strain or could I be looking at a stress fracture?
Posted by LSUfan20005
Member since Sep 2012
8835 posts
Posted on 12/17/22 at 12:05 pm to
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shin and calf area


Where exactly? Peroneal nerves?

Doubt this is a stress fracture. Suspect shin splints and peroneal tightness, but need to nail down area better.

Posted by cassopher
Lake Charles
Member since Jan 2010
710 posts
Posted on 12/17/22 at 12:49 pm to
Front lower shin, directly above the ankle. Pain radiates to the inside and outside.
As I said once I start walking the pain goes away. It only hurts once I get up from inactivity.
Posted by Anemone
New Orleans
Member since Feb 2016
100 posts
Posted on 12/17/22 at 3:02 pm to
Muscle strain in the anterior tibialis muscle
Posted by Aubie Spr96
lolwut?
Member since Dec 2009
41472 posts
Posted on 12/17/22 at 5:44 pm to
Tib Raises


Start doing these.
Posted by LSUfan20005
Member since Sep 2012
8835 posts
Posted on 12/17/22 at 6:23 pm to
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Front lower shin, directly above the ankle. Pain radiates to the inside and outside.


While you almost certainly have an issue in your anterior tib, I bet you have some ankle issues reflecting upstream. If you do ankle rotations before you stand up (having rested a while), how does it feel?
Posted by REG861
Ocelot, Iowa
Member since Oct 2011
36547 posts
Posted on 12/18/22 at 11:27 am to
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Tib Raises Start doing these.


Truth.
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