Yes it is possible for high heels to cause a number of symptoms: lower back pain, leg pain, calf pain, and foot pain. The muscles of the calf are the Gastrocnemius and Soleus. Wearing High Heels reduces the normal activity
My aching feet...by
! Stretching my calves, foot massages, and doing nothing help somewhat, but it's really annoying...
Oh, my achin calves...by
Amy and April Y.
to ache and throb. The pain progresses to the point that they feel so freakin tight... stretching and warming-up and it did seem to make a bit of a difference. My calves still both hurt...
My poor sore legs!by
Many women have general aches and pains in their legs and hips. The two affecting me the most are calf cramps and hip ache, both at night, but I have found some simple ways to ease the pain.
A bit odd to post this on the basketball section of the site but I'll take a run at it anyway.
When the cruciate ligaments go they often make a pop like a champagne cork. So if the sound is the ONLY barometer for assessment
I have a date with….by
To be used for any and all aches and pains in your muscles... and excitement. These will work great on a tight Piriformis, shoulders, hips, back, shoulders, knees or calves...
Running myself sickby
As my weekly mileage has increased, so to have the aches and pains in my body: left heel; both calves; right quad and hip.
I know that if I take it easy and run a lot more slower miles, that pain...