Potential Injuries Behind Your Symptoms

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Compartment Syndrome

Compartment syndrome is a condition whereby the fascia in a person’s legs is too rigid and tight. As the muscles swell, there is no room for them to grow, thus causing immense pressure within the compartment. This can lead to a loss of feeling, motor control in the limb, numbness or tingling in the foot, or even pain.

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Stress Fractures

Stress fractures are microscopic breaks in the bone caused by repeated stress. These breaks are extremely painful and can take months to heal.

Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome

Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS)

MTSS is inflammation of the membrane that surrounds the medial tibial. It is caused by unmanaged ground force and often presents in patients with high arches and weak calves and achilles tendons.

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Peroneal Tendinitis

Peroneal tendinitis is another overuse injury causing inflammation on the oustide of the ankle. This inflammation affects the peroneal tendons that run alongside your ankle causing discomfort or pain.