Beginner Triathlete - Triathlon Injuries articles

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photoThere are about three causes to the clicking sound in your knee, even if it doesn't hurt. Also included are some exercises to help alleviate the symptoms.
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photoAny athlete who is facing the potential for an ACL repair surgery should ask himself or herself what they are hoping to do in the future.
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photoDo you find your hip hurting after running or after running a long race? This article provides diagnosis and treatment for greater trochanteric pain syndrome.
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photoHip or pelvic pain is a common complaint for runners and can range from severe problems, such as stress fractures or arthritis, to mild problems, such as muscle strains or bursitis.
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photoHow does a stress reaction differ from a stress fracture? This article goes into the diagnosis and treatments of both.
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photoAt about the 1/2 mile mark my left soleus becomes extremely tight and painful. The pain then progresses into my left arch and then into my left knee.
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photoI am experiencing hip flexor pain. I hurt it two weeks ago during a race and it's bothered me ever since. Do you have suggestions on how to prevent problems or how to cure it?
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photoFinding the correct cause and most effective treatment will return the athlete to competitive form most quickly, and should be done under the guidance of a well qualified physician.
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photoWhat you should know about Achilles tendinopathy to prevent its occurrence and to stop it in its tracks before it stops you.
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photoWhat could be causing pain and soreness in my tailbone?
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photoWhat could be causing the pain on the top of the foot at the toes? Here are some easy ways to find the cause and possibly end the pain.
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photoThe symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, recovery and prevention of iliotibial band syndrome caused by excessive friction of the distal portion of the iliotibial band during activities like running.
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photoI've noticed when running that my hands start to swell. I started running with a fuel belt and started sipping water about 15 minutes into my run. It seemed to help for a few runs, but not all.
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photoI expected to hurt after the marathon, and I did but there was nothing that I was immediately alarmed about. Since then, the foot pain that popped up after the marathon has not really gone away.
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photo*The past few weeks I have had this dull, sometimes sharp pain around my ankle. It's on the front of my ankle (which is weird). I get the most pain when swimming.
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