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scar tissue in calf from running watch

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    well is there any quick way of removing it completely or with enough work done by a professional so you can work it yourself afterwards?

    say with a timeframe of 30 days?

    I basically injured my calf 4 yrs ago in running, pulling / straining / rupturing or whatever but didn't take good care of it hence the troubles today. I know it's a long time but i either didn't notice in the beginnings or had other factors that stopped me from starting to really exercise later.
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    bio-oil

    might take a couple of years lol
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    Are you sure? Was it a US or MRI scan?
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    (Original post by Renal)
    Are you sure? Was it a US or MRI scan?
    I am absolutely sure because there can be no other reason and I remember injuring it very well.

    I haven't had a US or MRI scan. Do they help? I'm gonna see a doctor next week.
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    (Original post by The-Real-One)
    I am absolutely sure because there can be no other reason and I remember injuring it very well.

    I haven't had a US or MRI scan. Do they help? I'm gonna see a doctor next week.
    Well, is it scar tissue or is it just muscle that has some residual weakness? I'm no expert on rheum or sports med, but there's a world of difference between the two and how they're managed. I'm not entirely sure of the best thing for you to do, a sports medic - if you're serious about your sport and can afford it - private PT or just self-exercise.
 
 
 
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