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04/25/2018 at 9:12 pm #77185
You will also need to start building in some specific strengthening activities for the posterior tib and calf. Particularly eccentric work which has to be pretty aggressive to get a positive result. Eccentric calf raises with resistance and eccentric work for the posterior tib (it inverts the foot so you have to resist eversion if that makes sense). Along with what Kaitlin said as soft tissue work and desensitization, adding in 2-3 sessions a week of that kind of strength training for 3 sets of 12-15 reps may be what you need.