Achilles Tendon Pain
Pain in the Calf muscle or the Achilles Tendon, whether above the heel or as it inserts into the heel bone itself, can be an extremely painful and limiting condition. Acute flares can be due to doing too much too soon after a period of inactivity.
Chronic tendon degeneration can occur for a number of reasons. This is one of the most common conditions we treat and our team have helped many people overcome their Achilles Tendon and Calf muscle problems.
Helping You With Your Achilles Tendon Pain
Most Chronic forms of Achilles/Calf pain are often helped with Radial Shockwave Therapy. Our Podiatry team will advise you on whether or not this treatment may be appropriate. This treatment is not a panacea, but over the years we have had great results when we use this treatment appropriately. Shockwave Therapy is often used for residual pain relief following mechanical therapies.
There are a number of factors that can contribute to Achilles pain including: Training error, Load Management and foot function issues such as Flat Feet or High Arches.
Alignment of the feet and reinforcement of structure and correct function is paramount to sucessful treatment. Correct footwear and activity choices are also key to recovery.
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Our history and examinations help us to identify the possible causes of your Achilles Tendon pain. Trust a service that has been differentially diagnosing & treating complex Achilles Pain for 25 years.
Often the act of “walking strangely” to avoid pain can over time create pain in other areas as they get overloaded.
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Starting with a good history of your symptoms, together we can make informed choices about your treatment.