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My Achilles Tendon Feels Weak
Today woke-pain top foot feel misaligned. Barely weight bear- Loud snapping and severe pain-passed out. Subluxed extensor tendons snapping back?
Stretching program.: If you have already started a stretching program on your own and still have a problem formal physical therapy can often help . Some patient are unable to overcome this problem with therapy and may requiresurgery to loosen the muscle9s) or the tendon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tight calf-achilles. Also feels like something hard runs along achilles-calf head. After sitting then stand, tightness behind knee and hamstring?
See details: Then see an orthopedist and have the area examined. No one can answer your question without examining the calf. ...Read more
Tendon(s) to toes: There are a group of tendons behind the ankle in front of the achilles tendon that are stretched when you lift your toes up taht can give you this sensation. Also the achilles tendon and its muscles are working to prevent the ankle from going up with the toe motion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a bone spur under my achilles' tendon and have developed synovitis around up my achilles' tendon. Burns and hurts. Can you help?
Ouch: First line of treatment is eccentric stretching of the achilles, anti-inflammatories, and modification of the heal counter of the shoe. If conservative treatment fails, then surgery is an option to remove the spur. ...Read more
I hurt my big toe by kicking a wall, foot feels numb and stiff and when I move my foot my toes feel like dead weight?
Nerve issue: If you are referring to you're calf and ankle please consider if perhaps you may a back issue. Does you're back hurt and does this radiate down the leg. If so perhaps a herniated disc is the cause. ...Read more
Tendonitis: See a hand specialist( orthopedist) who can help you. ...Read more
What areMedial gastrocnemius Strain symptoms? Running yesterday, cramp inside right calf just below knee, feel pull when sleep and tender? Advice?
Pain medial calf: Sounds as very well could be medial gastroc strain. Symptoms generally self limited and should improve with time. For now recommend avoid provocative activities (running), gentle stretching as tol, anti-inflammatories, ice, etc. Would fully expect this to improve over a week or so. Unlikely to represent a tear which is extremely painful and associated with significant swelling. ...Read more
The tendon under my foot keeps cramping up. Feels like im walking barefoot on pebble stones. My calf also very tight.
After a high ankle sprain 6 weeks ago, I am still experiencing discomfort at my achilles' tendon and heel when i plantar flex my foot. Why is this?
My Achilles tendon and hip flexor have been hurting..Is it possibly because of too much exercise?
My right leg feels heavy when I walk. It feels like there's a throbbing pulse(no pain) in my right thigh, hip flexor, and both calves.
Claudication : It sounds like you have either neurogenic or vascular claudication, or possibly radiculopathy from a disc herniation and nerve root compression. I would recommend a number I and vascular studies to determine the diagnosis. I would also ask you to examine any change in activities such as prolong sitting or changes to your exercise regimen. ...Read more
Couple weeks, my body's been hurting all over.My arms,legs,hands,knees,feet,ankles, fingers.Lower right leg & knee hurt more. Feels like bone and musc?
See doc: Joint pains for a couple of weeks could be due to something serious. It's hard to say what, without knowing more. To make an accurate diagnosis get seen today at an UC or call your doctor. Hopefully it is nothing much, but you don't want to delay, in case it is something significant. If you have fever, joint swelling or redness, go to an ER now. ...Read more
Strained my muscle/tendon, specif. Arnd semitendinosus tendon area i think, near the inner and back of my right knee when i stretch out my leg to run?
Let it rest: Hamstring muscle/ tendon strains [email protected] the knee take a while to heal.If you strained your "semi- t" then rest , ice , compression , elevation(rice) is appropriate acutely . Avoid running or other activities which will aggravate it. The biggest mistake i see in athletes is coming back to soon after a hamstring injury. There is no substitute for rest. U may be able to swim or ex. Bike w/o re-injury. ...Read more