Achellies tendon is a vital part of the lower limb that connects the back of the leg with your heel. Achellies Tendonosisis characterized by the swelling and pain in this connecting area of leg and heel; thereby greatly compromising the quality of lower limb motion.

Most notable causes of Achellies Tendonosis includes; a sudden increase in workload across the lower limb, aggressive tightening of calf muscles, running or walking over the hard surfaces, sudden activity or motion of foot etc. Read more



Our body has some special types of connective tissue components (such as ligaments) for the purpose of supporting or stabilizing the articulating bones. Tearing or damage to these ligaments and surrounding tissues can lead to sprains. A sprain may result from a minor injury or from a complete tear. Some common causative agents that may present as… Read more



Along with the bones many muscles are present in a joint complex that serves to support the bones for added strength and stability. Every major joint of the body is stabilized with the help ofantagonist group of muscles. For example, hip joint is supported by muscles that extend from abdomen to the pelvic and thigh region. Injury to these muscle fibers may results in strains and compromised joint activity.

Depending up on the injury, sprains can are also be classified as mild, moderate and severe. Read more



Muscle tears are caused by moderate to severe damage to the delicate muscle fibers as a result of direct or indirect assault. It is imperative to keep in mind that muscle tears can lead to a variety of other muscle related issues such as strains and sprains etc. Most frequently reported causes of muscle tears are:

  • Direct assault
  • Fall from height
  • Overuse or abuse of muscles as a result of excessive stretching or pulling

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