How to Treat Running Injuries

One of the unfortunate side effects of running is the injuries that often come from training. Knee pain, achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, and hamstring soreness are all common running injuries that can ruin a runner’s training plan. Here are articles with advice and information on how to prevent and treat the most common running injuries.

  • Achilles Tendonitis
    Information about the painful running injury that occurs in the lower calf/heel area.

  • Plantar Fasciitis
    How to prevent and cure the painful running injury that causes pain in the heal and the bottom of the foot.

  • Runner’s Knee
    Also known as patellofemoral syndrome, runner’s knee is a an injury that almost all runners seem to have at least once in their lives. Having knee pain after running is common and frustrating. This article has information about knee problems in runners and the best way to treat them.

  • IT-Band Pain
    Details about the painful running injury that is felt on the lateral part of the knee and the outside of the thigh.

  • Shin Splints
    Shin splits occur when a runner runs more mileage than he or she is ready to handle. Here is information about how to treat painful shin splint running injury without losing too much training time.

  • Piriformis Syndrome
    Here is information about the injury that is located deep in a runner’s butt.

  • Hamstring Pain
    Details and advice about how to prevent and treat the very common, and very annoying, running injury of the hamstring.