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I just got my gait analyzed Wednesday. Thought maybe I could change my form to prevent all these injuries. After complete analysis, the answer was basically no. If I changed from running excessively on my forefoot and toes, I'd lose all my power. And getting back toward midfoot wouldn't guarantee that I wouldn't develop a different injury with high mileage, and it would take months or years to become efficient at it. I'm better off with lower mileage and managing my pain. :-. It was interesting to see the tape and have it explained why I ran a certain way that would appear to slow me down was actually an evolution of becoming more efficient. (I drop one hip, but in slow motion you could see I had to for a split second else my left calf would hit my inner leg).