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... pronation of the foot which leads to tightening of the achilles and calf muscles. I would see an orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon ASAP for evaluation. ... (2 replies)
... will even help improve not only the overly tight muscles, but if taken before bedtime it can help you sleep better too. ... (62 replies)
... Here is the transcript/outline to "Managing Your Heel Pain" By Dr. Ford, Kaiser Permanente Managing Your Heel Pain Introduction Brought to you by The Permanente Medical Group Heel Pain: What It Is and What You Can Do What causes it (9 replies)

... Thank you for that info. Do you know what is causing your tight calf muscles? ... (7 replies)
... particularly on the left side of my ankle. The weird thing is that when I do that and my ankle hurts, I also get some pain in my calf on the left side as well. And the more I walk, the more the calf starts to hurt. if i do nothing, it goes away. ... (1 replies)
... relaxes the calf muscle. ... (4 replies)
... My calf still has an indentation in the back and the muscle is still not as developed as it used to be. I wonder if that was really necessary too. ... (12 replies)
... Kendra, I also have very tight calf muscles. Infact I had surgery two days ago on my right calf. ... (7 replies)
... I was wondering if anyone has had any success with massage. Could it be that my muscles in my feet have become too tight and gone into spasm or something? ... (4 replies)
... Just wanted to point out that PF is often the result of extremely tight calf muscles. ... (62 replies)
... How much different does that calf look from the other one? ... (12 replies)
... armacy and purchase OTC shoe inserts to support the arch and someone else once told me to get a heel cup for the shoe that that helps to take the tension off the tight calf muscles that are pulling on the heel and cause some of the arch pain. ... (1 replies)
Tingling in heel
Aug 21, 2009
... ore sensation in the heel of my right foot. It seems to be worst in the morning and does get better as the day goes on. It also tends to happen when I stretch my calf muscle. ... (4 replies)
... I'm dealing with PF and a resulting heel spur, in my left foot for about 2 years now. It comes in spurts. Right now, it's not too bad. Only hurts for a short while in the morning, right as I take that first step out of bed. Other than that, it's been ok. I've been able to run, bike, eliptical, everything I normally would do on a daily basis. But it took lots of... (12 replies)
... py was a little rough too, and I asked them to take it easy on me. We are doing gentle stretching exercises and they have added a few new ones to help stretch my tight calf muscles. My inner arch has been hurting every time I do pt on it, like a cutting, burning pain. ... (124 replies)
... My incision was never a problem (now 4 weeks postop Austin w/pin), it is 4 inches long on the top of my big toe and a thin red slightly raised line. I had subcuticular stitches - much better cosmetic result than the regular kind supposedly. I do have a lot of extra scar tissue where the pin was; my doctor said it was the most she has ever seen (great, yeah); the pin was really... (8 replies)
... torn peroneus brevis tendon, ganglion cyst, tight calf muscles, flat feet, etc. ... (16 replies)
... (tight calf muscles gastronemius) are a big reason for flat feet. thats why they should always be loose (7 replies)
... If your PF is being caused by tight calf muscles, then it makes sense that the wedge heels would help. Maybe try a heel lift in your flat shoes, and see if you notice an improvement. ... (7 replies)
... April, I've had PTTD in both feet/ankles and have had both fixed by surgery. I know that one of the causes of PTTD can be tight calf muscles, as one of the procedures often done during surgery involves making a small cut in the gastrocnemius muscle (gastrocnemius recession). The blood flow to the posterior tibial tendon isminimal, meaning that healing of any tears, frays... (4 replies)


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