Chances of injuries are high if you run for a long time on a hard surface. Running involves your feet repetitively striking the ground , absorbing shock through your foot giving to your knees then hips and then lower back. Over time, the impact from running on hard surfaces can translate into increased injury risk.

Things to do:

Changing your running surface to soft surface like grassland or raw land.
Abrupt changes can be risky so notice your problems first before going on any conclusion.
If you are feeling pain while or after running take rest and apply ice packs on the affected area.
Walk before you run: Before your start a strenuous high impact activity such as jogging or running, try walking for a week.
Always do Warm up before working out , it gives your body a chance to recover from exercise.