I posted a note to you recently - a clicking but pain-free right knee, and pains in right leg (at point where glute meets ham) after sprinting. You advised to see a Chiro, who specializes in atheletes.
I found a Chiro who has "30% atheletes as clients". He found my back to be a little out of alignment (confirmed by X-ray), and it has "responded well" to manipulation. My right knee was also found to be compacted a little - not much movement, and apparently some inflammation. He's been tugging at it, and doing some ultra-sound. I've done a couple of gravity-boot inversions, which seems to help all-round, but he's now asked me to stop that for a while. My legs are now same length (right was shorter than left - I did not know before Chiro Doc found this). I still get the same, quite strong pain in right ham/glute and the clicking in right knee is presently much worse, which is disconcerting. I am still undergoing treatment, but I wanted to touch base with you to share findings thus far see if you had any thoughts on this. The Chiro Doc is not concerned that my clicking is "worse" - he keeps manipulating the back ("very pleased with how I respond"), and pulling on right leg ("ditto").
I'm pleased to say I am still pain-free in the right knee, but the ham/glute is as sore as ever for several days after even a reduced sprinting session (not 100% effort - more like 90%+) My range of motion is also reduced considerably for a while after sprinting (e.g. when stretching).
You said to check back with you after I saw a Chiro - I gladly check thus - but maybe I'm being a little premature in that I don't know how long I should wait to see an improvement, and the Chiro doesn't seem to know either (and I don't criticise him for that).
Do you have any thoughts you could share on my glute/ham pain and what I might do to try to prevent it from re-occuring and/or minimize it (other than stop sprinting)? Any thoughts on why my knee clicking seems to be much worse (still painfree though!) - and should I be worried or pleased?