Calf strain, lower back pain & tight hamstring and only 18!
I have a disability called Cerebral palsy, which means that only one side of my body works normally (in my case my weaker side is my right side)
i play alot of sport including playing football for the English FA CP football squad.
my left leg is maybe 1″ longer than the other but i dont know if thats the course of it.
ever since i was 16 (a year after i joined the Cp squad) i started with a tight hamstring, last year before i turned 18 i went to a sports injury clinic to have it sorted & it did work until now.
also just lately i have started having a calf strain (Rupture of the Gastrocnemius or Soleus muscle) which is really hurting and i dont know why.
i also get lower back pain, which i have worked out (thanks to this site) as Spondylolisthesis i think.
If i was to put the pain in order:
the sharpest pain is my lower back, then my calf and then my hamstring.
why do i seem to have all of these problems?
Is it to do with my leg or my disability?
This is really not helping me because i can not train 100% or even work on my fitness at a 100%
any help would be gratefully received.
can anyone help!!