I went to a running store recommended by my doctor because I've been having plantar fasciitis for six months now. The running store assistant did a gait analysis and said I overpronate. I was really shocked because i have high arches,
I bought the shoes they suggested - stability/motion control shoes (Brooks Ariel). I wore them yesterday for a short 2 mile walk with a little light jogging in short bursts. While walking, my right knee started hurting on the inside (by which I mean the side closest to my body). This is new pain.
Could I be in the wrong shoes? Or is this common for adjusting to your first pair of stability shoes? Or could it be the few seconds of jogging I did (first time to do that in decades)?
I used RICE last night and will do so again today as the knee is still tender.
Edited by: RAVELGIRLY at: 4/17/2013 (11:08)
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