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Calf Muscle Spasms and Pain in the Calf Muscles | calf muscle spasm

Posted November 2nd, 2010 by Ian Constable

A calf muscle spasm can be described as an involuntary tightening of the calf muscle. It is not under your control. Calf muscle tightness is not the same as calf muscle spasm.

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Signs of a Blood Clot in the Leg | signs of blood clot in leg

Posted October 28th, 2010 by Ian Constable

Sportspeople should be on their guard if they experience calf muscle soreness or a swollen calf for no reason.

If they do they should check for these symptoms :-

  • Gradual onset of PAIN
  • SWELLING
  • REDNESS
  • WARMTH to the touch
  • Increased PAIN with Dorsiflexion
  • LEG CRAMPS especially at night
  • Whiteish or Blueish DISCOLOURATION of SKIN
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Torn / Ruptured Calf Muscle Symptoms

Posted October 26th, 2010 by Ian Constable

Sudden, sharp, severe pain in the back of the Calf Muscle. You are unable to put the heel down properly.

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Plantaris Tendon / Muscle Rupture and Pulled Calf Muscle | Plantaris Tendon Rupture

Posted October 25th, 2010 by Ian Constable

Plantaris Tendon / Muscle Rupture Plantaris Tendon Rupture has become known as “Tennis Leg” although this term is also used for tears to the Gastroc or Soleus and / or any combination of the three muscles. The Plantaris muscle can become strained or suffer a complete tear. If you look at the tendon which is [...]

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Cramps in Calf Muscle

Posted October 20th, 2010 by Ian Constable

Cramps in Calf Muscle are painful spasms of the Gastrocnemius Muscle. These uncontrolled spasms or pain in the calf muscle can last anything from a few seconds up to over 15 minutes.

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Gastroc / Gastrocnemius and Pulled Calf Muscle

Posted October 19th, 2010 by Ian Constable

The Gastrocs or more correctly Gastrocnemius Muscles comprise of two parts (or heads). Gastroc strains or Pulled Calf Muscles are graded from 1 to 3.

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