Runners will often develop Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) after running on uneven terrain or downhill.
The pain, located on the lateral (outside) leg or knee, can be very debilitating to the point that running or hiking activities have to be stopped.
Even walking becomes difficult. If you handle your pain and symptoms quickly, ITBS can be easily self-treated.
This post will help you discover the risk factors for ITBS, and learn how to quickly return to your running routine with these self-treatment techniques. Continue Reading →