Calf Pain: Causes & Treatments for Calf Pain

The back of the foot is the calf muscles that extend between the knee and Achilles tendon. Sometimes the calf pain, pain, throb, or tingling. This  calf pain or calf discomfort can result from trauma, injury, exercise, and excessive walking.

Pain in the foot is indeed often unpredictable presence. If you already feel, the legs feel very heavy and even stiff when moved. Usually, we will apply a balm and massage the leg muscle part of the sick. Unfortunately, this is sometimes ineffective and even makes the hand feel sore.

Calf Pain Specialist ClinicCauses of Calf Pain

Common causes of calf pain includes calf muscle injury, achilles tendonitis, baker cyst and Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).

Calf Muscle Injury causes calf pain

Calf muscle tension is a common injury that results in calf pain. This condition occurs when the calf muscles exercise excessively and tear, resulting in swelling, bruising, and acute pain. Pain will get worse as you walk, stretch, or tiptoe.

Calf Muscle cramps can cause seizures of pain. Cramps are not always injured, but can be caused by excessive calf muscle exercises.

Achilles Tendonitis causes calf pain

Achilles tendinitis is an irritation or inflammation that occurs in the achilles tendon. This situation can cause calf pain and pain will increase as you walk or do the exercises. In addition, the skin above the tendon will feel warm to the touch.

Baker Cyst cause calf pain

Baker cysts can form due to a buildup of joint fluid behind the knee. This condition can cause symptoms such as pain and stiffness in the legs including calf area.

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) causes calf pain

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a blood clot in the blood vessels in the body. When formed in the foot it can cause painful DVT calf pain, skin discoloration, warm skin, and swelling.

Calf Pain Treatments

According to our Calf Pain Specialist, calf pain treatments depend on the causes of the calf pain.

Initial treatments of calf pain or home remedy of calf pain includes:

  • Immediately rest when the calf hurts. Try to limit running and movement within the first 24 hours to avoid causing further damage.
  • Cold therapy, ice compress or other cold device to the calf muscles for 15-20 minutes after injury or pain appear. Repeat every few hours during the first 24 hours. Ice is an effective calf pain medication because it can reduce swelling and bruising.
  • Compress, wrap bandages around the calf to prevent further swelling and relieve pain. These bandages should not be wrapped too tight or too loose.
  • Rest your ankle slightly higher. It should stay in this position for 24 hours to reduce swelling.

Other effective treatments for calf pain include:

At Calf pain specialist clinic, for calf pain caused by conditions like DVT, compartment syndrome, or DPN, medical intervention, including surgery and medications, will be required.

If the calf pain is not getting better within 24 hours and the calf pain is worsening, please see doctors immediately. Call 64762106 or SMS 84998384 for an appointment. At Calf Pain Specialist Clinic, our doctors have more than 20 years of experience in treating calf pain.

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