So I play lacrosse everyday after school for like 3 hours. And the season just started like two weeks ago. Now I'm getting this pain in my ankle during practice. But not at any other time. When I start to run it hurts and continues hurting and then like a half hour later after practice whne im sitting doing nothing its better. I never really had an injury to my ankle that would cause this. It just kinda slowly started, it feels like my ankles have so much pressure on it and is just worn and tired.
Anyone know what this is or how to diagnose it?
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i could be totally wrong, but if the pain goes away after being properly warmed up and such, you could have a little bit of tendonitis. i get it sometimes after taking off a bit from running, and then like a mile into the run it goes away.
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i hate the first few weeks of lax, running in the cold and pavement is awful. mostly kids just get shin splints and they go away but mine stayed for like a month last time and i had to run like a gayper all season. try footbeds...gellin like a felon.
ps: try dancing it out, nothin like a good bone to ease the pain.
i had sievers disease or however you spell it freshmen year during baseball. Basically my bones were growing too fast for the tendons and pulling on the tendons in my heal. It hurt pretty bad and got to the point where I looked like a fool running, and it hurt anytime I tried to run. Try heal gel cups, and icing, that should help some.
they'll wrap you up real good and give you the support you need for practice. the reason it might not hurt any other time is because you're obviously not putting as much impact on it at school as you would playing a sport for a few hours.. Just dont let it go without help because ankle's can get real messed up REALLY fast if they dont have time to heal. take care of your body!