Achilles tendinitis is an overuse injury of the Achilles (uh-KILL-eez) tendon, the band of tissue that connects calf muscles at the back of the lower leg to your heel bone.
Achilles tendinitis most commonly occurs in runners who have suddenly increased the intensity or duration of their runs. It's also common in middle-aged people who play sports, such as tennis or basketball, only on the weekends.
Periostitis is a condition that results in inflammation of the band of tissue that surrounds bones known as the periosteum. This condition typically affects people who repetitively jump, run, or lift heavy weights.
If you’re an avid runner, you may be familiar with shin splints, which are a type of periostitis. Repetitive stress on the tibia, or shinbone, causes shin splints. This condition often improves with rest, but it can lead to chronic discomfort and pain.
Periostitis is usually benign and well-tolerated. It can also take other forms, though, including an infectious condition that’s much more serious and may require intensive therapy.
Pain in the joints of the feet, knees, hips, and spine
Running is an aerobic exercise and while it does improve your lung and heart health, strengthen your muscles, builds denser bones, and helps control your weight, it sure does its downsides. A regular running routine compresses and releases the cartilage in your knees, and because it is a high-impact sport, some doctors do not recommend this to people experiencing pain in the joints of their feet, knees, hips, and spine.
Here are people though, who tolerate running using NOENE® MultiSole NO2 insoles .