A 39-year-old male asked:
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if i strained/sprained my achilles tendons 10 years ago and they still get achey sometimes, is there anything i can do about that? cause for concern?

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Dr. Edward Junn
32 years experience Emergency Medicine
Yes: Have you consulted your provider. You could have developed arthritc changes and sometimes you could have developed calcium deposits or they have not healed well. Please consult your provider.
Answered on Nov 26, 2013
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Dr. Edward Junn
Dr. Edward Junn commented
32 years experience Emergency Medicine
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with internal med PCP first
Feb 7, 2012

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