Helping with injuries of the Achilles tendon

A tendon is a band of tissue that connects muscle to bone . The Achilles tendon is located in the posterior inferior and connects the calf muscles to the calcaneus posterior calf . The main action of this muscle is to facilitate walking by doing so raising the heel and plantar flexion of the earth. Rupture of the tendon fibers represents continuity interruption when the tendon is subjected to tensile forces greater than its capacity of the resistance. Such jumps or rotational movements , as fast accelerations at the start jogging , can overload and cause a tendon rupture . A rupture of the Achilles tendon can also produce due to a fall or fast walking . *Achilles tendon rupture can be seen frequently in middle-aged patients who participate in casual sports activities in leisure time. Less commonly , medications ( steroids ) or antibiotics can lead to the weakening of the tendon and contribute to its rupture. *A person with Achilles tendon rupture may have the following symptoms: Acute pain ( feels like a pain ) , feeling the back of the calf or ankle - time often becomes less intense pain, sensation in the back of the calf strain and enlargement of the posterior portion of the lower leg and ankle.


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