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I would have someone take a look at your running technique.
The injury may not be healed. Yes, you saw improvements with the mentioned episodes, but did you stick with it longer enough to hold the changes? Re setting position can take some time as you are unlearning 1 thing and learning a new position at the same time.
What is your reasoning for ice?
There are times when ice counter acts what your body does naturally to heal an area.
Yes, there are some circumstances where ice may be utilized.