Achilles Tendonitis

The Achilles tendon is the structure that attaches your calf muscle to the back of your heel.  Achilles tendonitis is typically caused by repetitive or undue stress to the Achilles tendon.  Tight hamstrings and calf muscles, as well as limitations in your ankle range of motion, can alter your walking pattern, and contribute to the problem.  Achilles tendonitis is often aggravated with prolonged walking.

How our physiotherapists can help

Our physiotherapists will take a detailed history, evaluate your leg, ankle and foot mobility, range of motion, strength, balance and walking patterns. This will help us discover the root cause of your pain and resolve it for long term results.  Book an appointment today so that we can help you return to the activities that you love to do!