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Anyone who could help me, I would very grateful.

I posted a week or so ago about an injured knee / leg.

I've since been to the GP's and been advised I have an enflamed muscle behind a bone in my lower leg. So every time I run, this aggravates the muscle and causes my leg to have a numb / dead leg / weak feeling.

I need rest etc.

I have a 10k on 21st July and I need to do everything I can to sort this problem. Has anyone ever had anything like this before? And how did you combat the pain and recover quickly?

Just a swing in the dark that someone can help, really.
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Anyone who could help me, I would very grateful.

I posted a week or so ago about an injured knee / leg.

I've since been to the GP's and been advised I have an enflamed muscle behind a bone in my lower leg. So every time I run, this aggravates the muscle and causes my leg to have a numb / dead leg / weak feeling.

I need rest etc.

I have a 10k on 21st July and I need to do everything I can to sort this problem. Has anyone ever had anything like this before? And how did you combat the pain and recover quickly?

Just a swing in the dark that someone can help, really.
ice it? which leg, which bone, which muscle? it could easily be ITB or shin splints. but i don't know, be more specific (how long on a run till out hurts, where, sharp pain or just weak feeling?).

ice, stretch, massage (depending).

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Hmm. The Doc didn't even tell my exactly which muscle. Its basically the outisde of my lower leg, so knee down. After running for 30 seconds, the dead leg comes on straght away, its almost like my leg loses all strength.

Have you heard of anything like that before?
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Yep wouldn't mess about with an injured knee coz it can become far more worse if you push too much on it ...maybe you should check with a doctor specialist with sports in France we call them " medecin du sport" specialist with all sports injuries. I have been having an Achille's tendonitis right foot for more than a month now and can't run at all on it ..I 've tried but it comes back all the time and I take the risk of it becoming chronic. I've iced it,just started to do protocole stanish, I'm doing transverse deep friction massages, got orthopaedics soles to a foot doctor but I reckon I will need to see a physiotherapist. Did you check a foot doctor ? sometimes knee problems can result from a foot problem ( flat foot, curve foot etc ...) my advice would be check this with another doctor !!!!! He should have been able to give you more details !

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Anyone who could help me, I would very grateful.

I posted a week or so ago about an injured knee / leg.

I've since been to the GP's and been advised I have an enflamed muscle behind a bone in my lower leg. So every time I run, this aggravates the muscle and causes my leg to have a numb / dead leg / weak feeling.

I need rest etc.

I have a 10k on 21st July and I need to do everything I can to sort this problem. Has anyone ever had anything like this before? And how did you combat the pain and recover quickly?

Just a swing in the dark that someone can help, really.
How I understand ( even if I'm not running 10K yet ) ! It's been really hard for me to stop running, but unfortunately you will need to be patient, if you want it to solve quikly, running on it you just maintain the injury I'm afraid..
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Anyone who could help me, I would very grateful.

I posted a week or so ago about an injured knee / leg.

I've since been to the GP's and been advised I have an enflamed muscle behind a bone in my lower leg. So every time I run, this aggravates the muscle and causes my leg to have a numb / dead leg / weak feeling.

I need rest etc.

I have a 10k on 21st July and I need to do everything I can to sort this problem. Has anyone ever had anything like this before? And how did you combat the pain and recover quickly?

Just a swing in the dark that someone can help, really.
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Hmm. The Doc didn't even tell my exactly which muscle. Its basically the outisde of my lower leg, so knee down. After running for 30 seconds, the dead leg comes on straght away, its almost like my leg loses all strength.

Have you heard of anything like that before?
So its basically pain in your peroneus longus or tibialis anterior muscle? do you have a foam roller at all at home? if you do, or have access to one then use it.


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if you dont have a foam roller use a tennis ball

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So its basically pain in your peroneus longus or tibialis anterior muscle? do you have a foam roller at all at home? if you do, or have access to one then use it.
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if you dont have a foam roller use a tennis ball
We have them at my gym.

Im sorry I can't describe the injury in a little more detail.

I was very nervous / scared at first, just because of the numbness and dead leg sensation I was getting, I've never had anything like that before.

Usually it's just a blatant injury, ie: Twisted ankle.

But this came out of no where.

I've never used the rollers. But I found this on YouTube, is this what I should be doing? Will it just stretch and warm my leg up?

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