ADVICE & GUIDES
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In our Boot Zone, we share advise relating to the best work boots, from insoles right through to socks.
We’ve got your sporting needs covered, all the way from running shoes through to basketball shoes.
We have found that insoles do help with peroneal tendonitis, with runners also finding them to be an effective treatment option.
If you are looking for ways to treat peroneal tendonitis, then we list out a handful of effective techniques you can follow at home.
It is still possible to run with peroneal tendonitis, but be careful and take the following tips on board.
Running can cause peroneal tendonitis, but that’s only under certain circumstances or if one of these other common factors are present.
Here, we take a look at what peroneal tendonitis is – it’s causes, the symptoms and its effects on runners.
Unfortunately, there may be some correlation between your running shoes and your Achilles pain – and we discuss that here.
We look at the many combinations of Achilles strength training, stretching and improvements to surrounding areas to help for running.
Calf muscles get tight when running for a number of reasons, but mainly due to your muscles becoming overworked – which we will look at now.
Being able to run with calf strain depends on the severity of the injury, which is something we look closely at in this article.
The most important, and obvious, thing you can do is make sure your work boots are the correct size and shape for your feet.
If you find that your new work boots are hurting your feet, you may just need to be a little bit patient while they break-in.
There’s no reason you shouldn’t be able to wear your work boots every day, as long as they are good quality and don’t harm your feet.