In addition to what has been described above, for chronic tendinopathy treatment with pamitoylethanolamide (PeaPure) can help to bring rest to the chronic low grade inflammation and the chronic pains.
Pain in the achilles region is extremely frequent and common complaint for long distance runners. The Achilles tendon arises from the two muscles in the lower leg; the gastrocnemius and soleus. In humans, the tendon passes down the posterior aspect of the lower limb and attaches at the calcaneum. It is the thickest and strongest tendon in the body.
The onset of Achilles pain is usually more sudden in a partial tear and can arise due to overstressing the tendon, or it may result from a series of stresses that produce small tears over time (overuse). There can be many factors that can lead to this injury, but the main causes are; poor conditioning, increases in training intensity, inappropriate footwear or changes in training surfaces.
The achiles tendon has a partically poor blood supply, so recover from this condition can be slow. This is why early detection and rest from training is imperitive for decreased time away from…
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