Pain located along the medial (inside) aspect of the heel or arch of foot that is typically worse in the morning.
Increased pain, swelling or thickness of the achilles tendon. Crepitus, or a crackling sound, when the tendon is moved or touched is very common.
Pain in or around the shin that increases with running. Most commonly, the pain is located either on the anterior (front) or medial (inside) portion of the shin.
Pain in the low back that increases with prolonged running, cycling or a combination of the activities.
Generalized knee pain that is primarily localized around the kneecap (patella). The pain typically increases with running (or with other high impact activities), walking downstairs or with prolonged sitting.
Pain that is located on the lateral (outside) aspect of the knee that gradually increases with running. The pain may become so severe that a person will begin running or walking with a straight leg to avoid bending the knee. A clicking or rubbing sound on the outside of knee is also common.
General pain that results from repetitive overhead motions, such as swimming. Pain is typically localized in the outer region of the shoulder.