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Achilles Tendon Pain Treatment

The tendon “Achilles” is the most huge tendon in the body. It ranges from the heel bone to the muscles of the calf. The purpose of Achilles’ tendon is to help in pointing the heel towards the floor and make a person stand on the “tiptoes”. 

Achilles tendon usually gets injured which is termed as Achilles tendon strain. The injury might range from moderate to severe. It may cause extreme burning pain and stiffness somewhere in the leg. Severe pain indicates the rupture of the Achilles tendon.

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What is Achilles Tendon?

The “Achilles tendon” is responsible for attaching the calf muscles to the heel bones. Achilles tendon Strains usually occur when suddenly a person starts moving and pushes off while lifting the foot. 

BioFlex Pakistan is offering the best treatment of Achilles tendon strain and various other medical disorders. The Achilles tendon strain is usually caused by excessive exercise and heavy-duty sports activities etc. 

Types of Achilles Tendon

There two known types types Achilles tendon strain:

Non Insertional Achilles Tendon Strain

When little tears in the middle of the tendon fibers start breaking the achilles tendon down. It leads to swelling and immense pain. This kind of achilles tendon strain mainly affects the young generation.

Insertional Achilles Tendon Strain

This is the damage of the achilles tendon that occurs at sports which joins the calf muscle to the heel bone. In this case bone spurs might develop ( extra bone growth). This form of achilles tendon strain affects the people of every age.

Causes of Achilles Tendon

The Achilles tendon strain mostly develops in people who immediately speed up or slow during some activity. Like:

  • Dancing
  • Running
  • Basketball
  • High blood pressure
  • Soft ball
  • Gymnastics
  • Base ball
  • Volleyball
  • High heels
  • Flat foot
  • Tight leg muscles
  • Pushing up on toes
  • Aging
  • Flat arch obesity
  • Tight calf muscles
  • Psoriasis
  • Certain medications

Symptoms of the Achilles Tendon Strain

The pain (at the back of the leg) associated with achilles tendon strain is mild initially but gradually it becomes severe if a person continues to run or do sports related activities. Some signs and symptoms of achilles tendon strain are as follows:

  • Tenderness
  • Stiffness
  • Pain at the back of the heel
  • Swollen heel
  • Tight calf muscles
  • Limited motion range
  • Warmed up heel skin
  • Bruising
  • Trouble pointing the toes

Treatment of Achilles Tendon Strain

The BioFlex Pakistan is offering the best treatment for Achilles tendon strain and many more medical disorders through a very effective cold laser therapy. We use a beam of cold laser light to knock out protons from body cells and initiate physiological reactions.

An increase in physiological reactions leads to more ATP production and therefore the healing process is triggered up. Our technology reduces pain at the site of infection and strengthens the immunity of the patient to fight the inflammation. 

Our technology is world-famous and is practiced in more than 52 countries of the world and over two million patients of different medical disorders are successfully treated with our technology. 

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