Do not run with a calf strain. Running with a calf strain is a bad idea, as you may make the injury worse. You must give the calf muscle time to heal properly. Running too soon after a calf strain increases the potential for further damage to the injured muscle tissue.
10 Powerful Tips to Prevent Knee Pain when Running
How to prevent knee pain when running. I’ve got ten simple tips for you which will help you to prevent Runner’s Knee and continue to run pain free. This advice will help you to build stronger knees for running and keep you injury free.
How Long Does a Sprained Ankle Last?
Mild ankle sprains usually only last 2-3 weeks. However, a moderately sprained ankle can take 6-12 weeks to recover enough for full running training. Severe ankle sprains which require surgery may take up to 6 months for full post-operative recovery and return to sport.
Can You Run with a Quad Strain?
If you’ve sustained a severe quadriceps muscle strain, the answer to whether or not you can continue to run will be pretty obvious. The pain […]
How Long Does Plantar Fasciitis Last?
How long does plantar fasciitis last? Plantar fasciitis is both painful and frustrating, if you’re currently suffering from this type of heel pain, understanding the typical recovery time will help you to overcome the problem.
Can You Run with Anterior Compartment Syndrome?
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.