If you’ve been diagnosed with Anterior Compartment Syndrome, you might be wondering if you can run with this lower leg injury. In this article I describe what you can do to run with Anterior Compartment Syndrome safely.
Can you run with an inguinal hernia? You should not run with an inguinal hernia. Running with an inguinal hernia may not cause you pain, but it does potentially increase the risk of a strangulated hernia, which would be a medical emergency.
Learn how long it takes to recover from gluteal tendinopathy, and simple steps you can take to recover from this hip injury and return to running pain free.
Although running with extensor tendonitis will be painful, runners like you and me often want to know whether or not we can continue to run with extensor tendonitis.
Can you run with a sprained ankle? Ankle sprains are one of the most common types of running injury. Depending on the severity of your ankle sprain, you might be asking if you can run with this ankle injury.
Running with sciatica can be painful at first, but the sciatic pain usually eases during a run. Runners like you and me often want to know whether or not we can continue to run with sciatica. Is it ok to run with sciatic nerve pain?