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    • SEPTEMBER 26, 2019
    Is Being Flexible Always a Good Thing?

    Is Being Flexible Always a Good Thing?

    In most situations, being flexible is a positive thing. After all, life is easier if you were, say, picking out a place for dinner and were flexible about the type of cuisine. However, too much flexibility…

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    • JULY 18, 2019
    Torn Tendons: Non-Surgical Treatment Options

    Torn Tendons: Non-Surgical Treatment Options

    Like we mentioned last week, proper recovery from a tendon injury is critical to get you back to an active lifestyle. You can only treat your tendon injury or tear properly with an accurate diagnosis…

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    • JUNE 28, 2019
    The Pesky Peroneal Tendons

    The Pesky Peroneal Tendons

    What are they? The peroneal (per-o-ne-al) tendons are bands of tissue extending from the calf muscle, down the fibula (lower leg bone), and over the outside of the ankle. You have two in each leg. One…

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    • MAY 9, 2019
    Achilles & Calf Muscles—BFFs

    Achilles & Calf Muscles—BFFs

    The Achilles tendon is closely connected to the calf muscle. In fact, one might say they are best friends. The calf is made of several bundles of muscles including the gastrocnemius and the soleus….

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    • APRIL 25, 2019
    Achilles Ruptures and What to Do

    Achilles Ruptures and What to Do

    Last week we discussed the importance of the Achilles tendon. Today, we explore how it can be affected by chronic and acute damage. A healthy tendon does not rupture. If you experience a tendon rupture—either…

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    • APRIL 18, 2019
    All Things Achilles

    All Things Achilles

    The Achilles tendon is the largest and strongest tendon in the body. It is located on the back of the lower leg, surrounded by the calf muscle. The calf muscle is made up of three structures that serve…

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    • APRIL 17, 2018
    Another Cause of Heel Pain

    Another Cause of Heel Pain

    Heel pain has many causes, but the results are always the same – pain. If you’re living with heel pain not brought on by an injury, you need to see a podiatrist for an accurate diagnosis. Pump bump…

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