Do You Feel Pain In Your Lower Calf Or Heel? Then You May Have Achilles Tendonitis.

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Have you noticed that you are feeling more and more pain in the back of your lower leg near your heel? If so, you may be dealing with Achilles tendonitis.

This is a pretty common injury for active people, especially runners.

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What Is Achilles Tendonitis?

  • Achilles Tendonitis is an overuse injury of the Achilles tendon.
  • It happens when the tendon that attaches the calf muscle to the heel becomes inflamed.

What Are The Symptoms Of Achilles Tendonitis?

  • Swelling and discomfort in the back of the heel.
  • Pain and stiffness along the Achilles tendon.
  • Limited range of motion when moving or flexing your foot.
  • Calf muscle that feels tight.

What Happens If Achilles Tendonitis Goes Untreated?

  • It can become an ongoing/ chronic issue.
  • It can make everyday activities such as walking almost unbearable.
  • It can rupture which may need surgery to correct.

How Can You Treat Achilles Tendonitis?

  • First, have it diagnosed to make sure that is what you have.
  • Second, finding the right shoe is especially important.
  • Third, adding a specific type of deep-cup orthotic to go with the shoe will make a huge difference.

Want To Alleviate Your Achilles Tendonitis?

If you're at the point where your Achilles tendonitis has been bothering you for some time, you don't want to let it drag out anymore.

The future issues from it become much more severe.

So we're offering you a FREE Achilles tendonitis consultation to help you find the perfect solution to alleviate this issue.

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