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Achilles Tendon Pain & Cycling

The Achilles tendon is the tendon at the back of the ankle, connecting the calf muscle (gastrocnemius) to the heel. If your Achilles is sore during or after riding you may have Achilles tendinopathy. Inflammation, micro-tears or compromised blood flow, often caused by overuse, could put a stop to your riding season - see our client information leaflet for more information.

Achilles Tendon Pain and Cycling
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