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Old 09-23-2013   #43
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Default Re: OK, I'm starting to panic

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Originally Posted by CloakNNNdagger View Post
I do believe that we are seeing lingering effects of his Lisfranc. As I've tried so many times before to explain, this is not the type of injury that you necessarily would expect re-injury. It is an injury that many times manifests itself as a slowly progressive course of tenderness and aching, not atypically including a degenerative arthritis component. Rest tends to help temporarily, but as soon as repeated stresses are placed on the foot again, the negative effects on performance tend to return and continue, much like an elbow tendonitis problem in a tennis player. Unfortunately, unlike the knee which can be better supported and stabilized by strengthening the large hamstring and quad muscles, there are virtually no muscles of significant size in the foot that can be strengthened enough to effictively improve the support and stability of the Lisfranc joint that must carry the burden of a moving 6'5" 240 pound person.
I experienced so,etching similar with my elbow and it progressed to the point over the years to where I can't even do curls over 15 pounds with my right arm without paying for it for a month. If that's Schaub's problem, it explains a lot.
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