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2010 has been the year from hell for me and looks like 2011 is starting the same way . got injured back in april with anterior tibialis tendonitis, it hung around for a while and eventually cleared up around july/august. but then around august/september i started with a constant ache on the outside of my right leg, went to see a physio and was told it was compartmental syndrome of the anterior tibialis.
was told to rest and then start up runnign again, ive rested for 10-12 weeks and started upa gain and at first seems ok, keeping distance short and slow but then all of a sudden its back. last week it felt fine and running was ok but still slow but then today i attempted to just jog the parkrun and i was in agony.
initially i was told it was because i overpronate and i had been running in neutral shoes and after seeing a biomechanist i was advised to switch to strucutred shoes and was told to get some off the shelf orthahell orthotic insoles. im sure they have helped a bit but the problem still seesm to be ehre and not sure what my next step should be, my physio and sports masseur both say im fine and im ok to run but im clearly not and my doctor says its just shijn splints and it will clear up and there is nothing they can do.
anybody anywhere out there got any advice on my next port of call ? should i find a new physio, a decent podiatrist, get custom orthotics, get referred for surgery or just plod on ????? im pissed off and trying to at least start 2011 on somthing of a positive note.