Free Ground Shipping on orders over $100

Achilles Tendinitis


Achilles Tendinitis (noun): The Achilles tendon connects the heel to the calf muscle and assists in the foot when pushing down during stepping. Achilles tendon strain happens from sudden explosive jumping (Acute) or consistently running up hills (Chronic). If the tendon becomes swollen or irritated due to overuse, it can lead to Achilles Tendonitis.


Individuals complain of mild pain or an ache above the heel with stiffness and tenderness in the morning. The pain will increase when walking uphill, climbing stairs, or during intense exercises.

Solution Products

Prevention/Injury Chart