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What are the symptoms of Achilles tendonitis?
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In brief: Pain & Swelling
Achilles tendonitis begins with pain and often swelling.
It may be difficult to walk or propulse off of your affected foot. Heel lifts, taping the foot in plantarflexion, ice, rest, and antiinflammatories may help in allowing the achilles recover.

In brief: Pain & Swelling
Achilles tendonitis begins with pain and often swelling.
It may be difficult to walk or propulse off of your affected foot. Heel lifts, taping the foot in plantarflexion, ice, rest, and antiinflammatories may help in allowing the achilles recover.
Dr. E. James Bodmer
Dr. E. James Bodmer
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1 doctor agrees
In brief: Achilles
Pain, swelling, difficulty walking and or wearing shoegear. Pain with any activities involving weightbearing.

In brief: Achilles
Pain, swelling, difficulty walking and or wearing shoegear. Pain with any activities involving weightbearing.
Dr. Raymond Stolarski
Dr. Raymond Stolarski
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