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Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome, a common injury

There are many who want to exercise, but find it boring to lock themselves in a gym and choose to work out, which helps them in their psychology.

Walking on the road, on the sidewalks, but also in the park are some of the options that those who choose to exercise outside the gym have. The chances of injury, however, increase greatly, due to the hard ground, the obstacles that may be in the course of the route, but also the uneven road.

Very common injuries are tendonitis, sprains, and even fatigue fractures.

A common injury that these athletes face is Tibial Syndrome or periosteitis of the tibia. The diagnosis is limited to inflammation of myotendinous structures, excluding fractures and ischemic diseases.
 
It is commonly accepted that pain and tenderness are located along the inside of the tibia, peripherally to 2/3 of it, not along the anterior part of the tibia below the knee.
 
It is commonly accepted that pain and tenderness are located along the inside of the tibia, peripherally to 2/3 of it, not along the anterior part of the tibia below the knee.
 
Internal tibial syndrome is a complex of symptoms that occurs in athletes, with characteristic pain along the peripheral back and inside of the tibia.
The medication recommended by the doctor is non-steroidal anti-inflammatory and depending on the size of the problem the abstinence from sports activity is estimated from 10 days to 1 month. 
 

Physiotherapy is considered necessary and includes, electrotherapy, ultrasound, ice therapy, therapeutic massage, kinesio taping, plyometric exercises and retraining of susceptibility.
After the 1 st  week after symptoms have begun retreating, we can begin to strengthen the leg and ankle with elastics. After 15 days, a gradual return begins with a relaxed run on soft ground, gradually increasing the intensity by 10% each day.
 
Once it has reached 50% without interruption, it can also start the activities of the sport.
 
The elastic leg or tape application is definitely as beneficial as the post-workout cryotherapy.
Once the symptoms appear, there should be no delay in seeking help, because in case of chronicity of the problem, the situation will be complicated and difficult, making them more difficult to deal with.


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