This is a devasting injury for anyone, especially world-class athletes. Take NBA player Kevin Durant and his injury that could keep him out for some time. To be fair Durant was dealing with a calf injury on the same leg, for some weeks before this injury.
The calf and Achilles tendon are so interrelated that when one has an issue so does the other.
ART is extremely effective for breaking up scar tissue and improving issues with soft tissues. Treatment can do a lot to improve the health of your tendon and the surrounding tissues to avoid further complications. It will also do a lot to help relieve the pain you are experiencing.
Many times, the issues with your Achilles tendon are the result of misalignment in other parts of your body. When your joints are misaligned it tends to put extra stress on your feet and Achilles tendons. To minimize the stress on your joints, your chiropractor will adjust your spine and other joints to ensure proper alignment.
If you are experiencing heel pain, please get in touch with our chiropractic team. We can help to alleviate your pain and help you avoid experiencing further problems with your Achilles tendon.
Custom foot orthotics can help control foot motion and posture. Healthcare professionals prescribe custom foot orthotics to help patients focus on the control of their foot posture and mobility. Research studies have determined that utilizing custom foot orthotics for posture and mobility control can help correct excessive foot pronation and supination to prevent a variety of foot health issues. The following video describes how custom foot orthotics can help control foot posture and mobility to improve health and wellness.
If you have low back pain or have had it, you are not alone. Experts estimate that around 80% of people will experience some type of back problem at some point in their lives. The Global Burden of Disease 2010 lists low back pain as the number one cause of disability worldwide. The good news is the majority of back pain is mechanical in origin or is not organic. This means that infection, cancer, fracture, inflammatory arthritis, and other serious conditions are not the cause. In fact, you may benefit by looking to your feet, knees, and hips as the culprits.
The large, thick tendon that travels up from the base of the heel and into the calf muscle is the Achilles tendon. It connects the calf muscle and heel. It allows you to walk, run and jump. The Achilles tendon is strong and durable, but it is possible to overwork it and cause enough overuse injury.
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