Haven’t I heard the name “Achilles” before?
You’ve probably heard the name “Achilles” if you’ve ever studied Greek mythology. According to myth, Achilles was a legendary warrior in Agamemnon’s army during the Trojan War. He was known far and wide for his good looks and bravery.
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Why Does my Foot Suddenly Hurt?
Sudden foot pain immediately following an injury obviously needs immediate diagnosis and treatment. Pain can set in immediately following an obvious injury, but many injuries and other medical conditions associated with sudden foot pain may not cause any discomfort for days, weeks or even years after an injury or overuse.
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Where Does Nerve Pain in the Ankles Come From?
As an average person, you take 5,000 to 7,000 steps every day. So it's not surprising that ankle pain is one of the most common medical complaints. Since your ankles are subject to so much stress, ligaments, joints, and tendons will all have problems that lead to pain.
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What Exactly is Tendonitis, and What Causes This Condition?
Tendonitis is the inflammation of a tendon; tendons are thick cords of tissue that connect muscles to bones. Tendonitis can be the result of overuse of a tendon, from a foot or ankle injury such as a ligament sprain, or repetitive friction on the tendon including a shoe rubbing on a tendon.
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