Don't know if this is the right forum, but anyway.
Just looking for some advice. To make it short on my history for my injury:
-Around 1 year ago or even more I had extreme bad pains from training in my lower inner legs (running around all day, jumping, etc, a sport called parkour.)
I go the pains fast, and it got worse after a few hours I was out until I couldnít walk properly. Both legs were sore for around a week, one didnít heal.
After some weeks I tried to go train again, the pain came immediately again.
Red and hard spot on my lower inner right leg remains
Only thing doctors can give me since I am overseas and my insurance doesnít cover it was advice saying that I needed orthotics. Anti-Inflammatory tablets also do nothing.
I couldnít afford the hard type of orthotics, so I went to a place and got custom made ones that I could also use in sports.
Thing on my leg still didnít heal after 8 months, I was back in Australia and got x-rays, that showed nothing, waited some more weeks and did physio and the stretches he said (he also said that I should get harder orthotics since my feet over pronate pretty bad Ė canít afford them) then today a bone scan and that said my bones are also healthy.
The redness on it is gone(sometimes there..), but it when Iím sitting or laying down I can feel it and sometimes give me a SLIGHT pain (nothing that hurts too much..i just can feel it) and I can push more into my other leg and itís much softer than the hard area on my other leg.
Iím not sure if itís too serious or it will be always like that, but Iím scared to go out training (havenít in 10 months or so and it kills me).
I found about of a plan to get hard orthotics with my health cover and an assessment from a podiatrist, and I will now start using a heating agent (tiger balm) and massage the area.
Does anyone have any idea of what is going on with the f#cking thing? Is it really from my foot over-pronating?
I'v been reading around about fallen arches and so, and trying to correct it. I don't know what the hardness/slight pain is and how to get it away