Functional Restoration is effective to treat achilles tendonitis before further injury ruptures the achilles tendon. Achilles tendonitis often initiates as "pain behind the heel" for most people. Functional restoration intervenes early in the acute stage of achilles tendonitis to reduce the swelling and lessen the inflammatory responses. Using functional exercises to increase range of motion of supporting muscles and increase ability of muscles to excessive force avoids the tendon rupture. Functional restoration is a process of active exercise, combined with electrical stimulation during and after exercising, that avoids rupture and avoids achilles tendon rupture surgery.
This video explains more about avoiding rupture and non surgical intervention for ruptured achilles tendons. View our web site for more information or call us if additional information needed.