So I have dealt with chronic stress fracture type injuries due to lots of running in HS / early college. I had a scholarship to play soccer but I was unable because of these injuries. I guess as I got older I lost some of that flexibility that allowed me to avoid pain. I tried different foot strikes, different shoes, custom insoles, etc etc.
Anyway basically the problem is my legs turn inward slightly. I am in medical school and I really appreciate how amazing the human body is. Due to this slight malformation I blame all of these little pains that I have. It creates unequal stress on my hips, lower back, legs, and feet. I have lower back pain that is not debilitating but shouldn't exist for someone my age. Im 22 years old and very athletic / weight lifts. I am 5"10, 168 lbs, 8% BF so I am no meathead either. A healthy size for my bodytype.
I am just wondering if there is anything I can do. Last week I lifted heavy on my leg day. I did heavier squats / deadlifts which I really tend to avoid given my situation. Proper form a priority for me. For the past few days my back has been hurting more than usual and just leaning forward in my chair hurts me. Like I said its not debilitating by any means (i played tennis yesterday) but I am wondering if anyone has advise to steps I can take to alleviate the problem.