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Oct 12, 2016 7:47 PM # 
CoBra:
Wowsers. Any good news? Sounds like a conversation that might have ended with "so am I ok to run the xc at the weekend then?"
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Oct 12, 2016 10:03 PM # 
Career Move:
Ha! The good news is that there is only a minimal tear in my quad and I'm good to do karate!!!
Oct 14, 2016 4:39 PM # 
Sean:
When you say leg length difference, were you measured properly?

I was told that previously and it turned out the legs are exactly the same length and it was a twist & rotation in the pelvis (SI joint issue) which made it seem as though one leg shorter than other.

SI was clunk clicked into position and **touch wood** no issues in a long time.
Oct 14, 2016 7:10 PM # 
Career Move:
Ya I'm sceptical about the leg length discrepancy. The only way to measure it accurately is by X-ray/MRI and that wasn't done. However, at least 4 physios/PT/quacks have told me the same thing and I do think there is some instability in my left hip since 2014. When I lie straight on the floor and raise my left leg up so that it's perpendicular to my body, there is always a clunking sound which doesn't happen on the opposite side. And no matter how careful I am, I can't keep it right. I was running 80km/wk for ages before I did the mountain marathon in 2014 and it first got injured! So I think it might be worth trying the heel raisers. It's 3mm and only costs €7 and if nothing else it'll be an interesting experiment. I suspect it'll make little or no difference but as its so cheap and I'm an eternal optimist I might as well give it a try!
Oct 15, 2016 11:38 AM # 
Sean:
Even cheaper option. Cut beer mats to the shape of the shoe insole and pop under the liner ;)
Oct 28, 2016 6:02 AM # 
CoBra:
Any improvement K?
Oct 28, 2016 9:00 AM # 
Career Move:
Ya a bit thanks. Have managed 3 very small runs this week. Hopefully can build from there

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