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262 | Calf Strain or Pain During Activity? What Should You Do‪?‬ The Optimal Body

    • Health & Fitness

Diagnosed with a calf strain? DocJen & Dr. Dom dive into the anatomy of the calf and how it relates to knee and ankle function. Furthermore, they discuss the causes of different calf strains and the protective mechanisms of the muscle spindles. Furthermore, they explain who is at most risk, stages of calf strains, risk factors for calf strains, and how passive range of motion within tolerance is advisable within the first 48-72 hours of injury. Finally, they provide insight into muscle loss and heel lift, as well as the power of balance training and strength exercises on calf strain rehabilitation. Get those fibres in an optimally healing environment!

CYBER MONDAY SALE. THIS WEEK ONLY! Gain access to 11 specific plans with 2-3 phases on different pain points, as well as searchable quick tips and live webinars for the price of $119 for the year membership! This is the lowest it has ever been and subscribing now locks you in at $119 per year price point for life! GRAB THIS DEAL BEFORE ITS TOO LATE on Jen Health.

What You Will Learn PT Pearl:

3:20 - Who is at highest risk of a calf strain?

5:00 - Anatomy of the calf strains

10:10 - Who’s at most risk?

14:14 - Stages of Calf Strain

17:42 - Risk Factor for Calf Strains

19:20 - What to do 24-72 hours after injury?

21:47 - Should you get surgery?

22:40 - How to prevent muscle loss through calf strains?

25:19 - How heel lifts are perpetuating risk for calf strains

26:00 - The power of balance training

27:45 - Starting strengthening exercises

29:47 - Warm up!

Watch Episode 262 on Youtube

For research and full show notes, visit the full website at:

https://www.docjenfit.com/podcast/episode262/

Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Optimal Body Podcast. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute to subscribe and leave a quick rating and review of the show!


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Diagnosed with a calf strain? DocJen & Dr. Dom dive into the anatomy of the calf and how it relates to knee and ankle function. Furthermore, they discuss the causes of different calf strains and the protective mechanisms of the muscle spindles. Furthermore, they explain who is at most risk, stages of calf strains, risk factors for calf strains, and how passive range of motion within tolerance is advisable within the first 48-72 hours of injury. Finally, they provide insight into muscle loss and heel lift, as well as the power of balance training and strength exercises on calf strain rehabilitation. Get those fibres in an optimally healing environment!

CYBER MONDAY SALE. THIS WEEK ONLY! Gain access to 11 specific plans with 2-3 phases on different pain points, as well as searchable quick tips and live webinars for the price of $119 for the year membership! This is the lowest it has ever been and subscribing now locks you in at $119 per year price point for life! GRAB THIS DEAL BEFORE ITS TOO LATE on Jen Health.

What You Will Learn PT Pearl:

3:20 - Who is at highest risk of a calf strain?

5:00 - Anatomy of the calf strains

10:10 - Who’s at most risk?

14:14 - Stages of Calf Strain

17:42 - Risk Factor for Calf Strains

19:20 - What to do 24-72 hours after injury?

21:47 - Should you get surgery?

22:40 - How to prevent muscle loss through calf strains?

25:19 - How heel lifts are perpetuating risk for calf strains

26:00 - The power of balance training

27:45 - Starting strengthening exercises

29:47 - Warm up!

Watch Episode 262 on Youtube

For research and full show notes, visit the full website at:

https://www.docjenfit.com/podcast/episode262/

Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Optimal Body Podcast. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute to subscribe and leave a quick rating and review of the show!


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