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Achilles tendinopathy describes pain and dysfunction in the Achilles tendon, usually as a result of excessive loading. The Achilles tendon connects the muscles of the calf (gastrocnemius and soleus) to the back of the heel bone (calcaneum). It acts like a spring and allows us to run and jump with ease. If the tendon’s capacity is exceeded, tendinopathy may develop. 

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