I should expand on this a little bit.
Your body has a natural tendency to avoid pain. And everything in your kinetic chain is connected. If you have soreness or pain in one area, you will alter your normal stride or gate or make some small adjustment to reduce that pain. That is a completely natural response. And you don’t even know you are doing it.
A common thing you see with runners is that they have one injury, and months later they have a completely different one, and it was the result of something from the prior pain that caused them to make a slight change. And it was something they were not even doing consciously.
So my concern is that if you are running in a certain way to alleviate one pain, you can end up hurting something else.
Does all of that make sense?
For that reason, I’d suggest easing back into everything very cautiously until you are pain free. Just nice and slow.
The main thing is to get your heart rate up. How does going slow but on incline feel?