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  1. Your Achilles tendon joins your calf muscle to your heel. You can tear your Achilles tendon if you land hard on your heel during ... stepping into a hole. Surgery to repair the Achilles tendon is done if your Achilles tendon has a ...
  2. The Achilles tendon connects your calf muscles to your heel bone. Together, they help you push your heel off the ... your toes. You use these muscles and your Achilles tendon when you walk, run, and jump. If your ...
  3. An inflamed or torn Achilles tendon causes intense pain and affects mobility.
  4. ... tendons around the foot longer or shorter. The Achilles tendon at the back of the foot is almost ...
  5. ... of the foot. This tendon is called the Achilles tendon. It allows you to push your foot down. You use your Achilles tendon when walking, running, and jumping.
  6. When you overuse the Achilles tendon, it can become swollen and painful near the bottom of the foot and cause heel pain. This is called Achilles ...
  7. ... by the heel. It is where the large Achilles tendon connects the calf muscles to the heel bone. ... ankle. The focus will be on stretching your Achilles tendon. This can help the bursitis improve and prevent ...
  8. ... often Tightness in your calf muscle or the Achilles tendon Sudden inward or outward turning of your heel ... heel pain include: Swelling and pain in the Achilles tendon Swelling of the fluid-filled sac (bursa) at ...
  9. ... obese or gain weight suddenly Have a tight Achilles tendon (the tendon connecting the calf muscles to the ... of your foot. Stiffness or tightness with your Achilles tendon. X-rays may be taken to rule out ...
  10. ... down when exercising. Always stretch first. Stretch your Achilles tendon. A tight Achilles tendon can lead to poor foot mechanics. Increase your ...
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