I have just about two months I could say to come training my physique I am a footballer and it bothers me a lot that I can not stand my ankles and some pains more than them of what I am informed is that it is warm or something like that ... I would like you to explain to me why it hurts so much?
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I. Hello Emgie, I think that perhaps it could be a tibial tendinitis, or periostitis -also tibial-at least they seem to be the boxes are more credible as I have just read, is a problem that has -within-a-marge - simple treatment, but can be a annoying and time-consuming. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwpYQqTIX-g](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwpYQqTIX-g) [https://www.sport.es/labolsadelcorredor/la-periostitis-tibial/](https://www.sport.es/labolsadelcorredor/la-periostitis-tibial/) [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HP1f9591h6A](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HP1f9591h6A) It could also be a muscle strain or osteoarthritis/arthritis, although this in the first place is difficult if you are very young, and in the second, should be confirmed by performing a series of tests that unfortunately are not viable from here. (Yes we could see images, but I think either would be much good). If possible, I suggest going to an orthopedic doctor (especially), or Well a physical therapist, so you can figure out with certainty what happens. Them, using simple tests such as an electromyogram or mri, (perhaps even by simple palpation), will be able to tell you what happens and how to fix it. For the discomfort/pain I think that you could apply Reflex spray-on or Rosemary alcohol directly on the affected area, and also take Ibuprofen / Aspirin every five or six hour. A lot of encouragement.