Achilles Tendon Research

Find the latest research and treatment improvements from Achilles Injury Institute, leading Achilles surgery specialists serving Southern California. Our Achilles doctors and surgeons are the forefront of advancing medicine technology. Through their various seminars and conferences throughout the world, they are first to take the next step towards customized, groundbreaking medical techniques used by podiatrists everywhere.

Research about Achilles Tendon Disorders

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Learn about different treatment options for Achilles Tendinosis and bone spurs.

Learn about the improving options for advanced treatment of Achilles Tendinosis

Learn about the causes and treatment of Achilles tendon problems such as Achilles Tendonitis and Achilles Tendinosis

Learn about how an over tight Achilles tendon can cause lack of movement in the ankle.

Learn more about how this improved Achilles treatment can help you find pain relief.

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Achilles Tendon Injury: When to See the Achilles Specialist

The Achilles tendon is the strongest tendon in the body. It connects the calf muscle to the heel bone. Even though it is the strongest tendon, it is still one of the most commonly injured body parts, especially in athletes. Although some injuries to the Achilles tendon require surgery, most of them heal on their own....


Q. What Causes Achilles Tendon Injuries?

A. The Achilles tendon can become injured from a number of activities.Simple overuse, a dramatic increase in activity, failing to stretch before exercise, and improper footwear can all cause Achilles tendon injuries....