Achilles Tendon Pain with Running

Achilles Tendon Pain with Running

 How To Treat Pain in the Achilles Tendon

Mid Portion Achilles Tendinopathy  

         

Runners often experience pain in the back of the Achilles tendon that can persist.  This pain is usually caused by deficits in flexibility, strength, and neuromuscular control. The longer that this Achilles tendon pain persists the longer it usually takes to heal. Watch this video to learn more about Achilles tendinopathy and how to treat it so you can run pain-free!

What to do about Plantar Fasciitis

What to do about Plantar Fasciitis

 Plantar Fasciitis

Pain in the bottom of the heel is often caused by plantar fasciitis. The key to treating plantar fasciitis is to figure out the root cause of why the plantar fascia is painful to begin with. This condition can be caused by many different factors including flexibility, strength, the range of motion, and potentially a problem in the back. Plantar fasciitis can affect runners and people who stand on their feet a lot during the day. Watch this video below to learn more.

Pain in the back of the Heel

Pain in the back of the Heel

How To Treat Pain In Back Of Heel (Achilles)   

 

Pain in the back of the Achilles tendon and lower heel can make it difficult to run and even walk at times. Pain in the Achilles tendon could be either be Achilles tendinitis or Achilles tendinopathy.  Getting to the root cause of the Achilles tendon pain is the key to lasting relief and running pain-free. Watch this video below to learn more about insertional Achilles tendinopathy.