AC Joint injuries happen when the ligament that holds the acromioclavicular joint together at the top of the shoulder is torn or sprained.
The Achilles tendon is a strong fibrous cord that helps connect the muscles in the back of your calf to the heel bone. This tendon helps in pointing your foot downward, rising on your toes, and pushing off your foot when walking.
Although it is extremely painful calf muscle tears occur often, especially to men ages 40 to 60. The muscles of the Achilles complex are most likely to be damaged, the muscles that stretch from the calf down to the Achilles tendon.
A corked thigh is a very typical injury and occurs often in sports when blunt trauma causes your muscles in your thigh to be pinned down to the bone underneath them.
The condition known as Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness,sometimes referred to as DOMS, is the result of exercise or physical exertion of muscles beyond the levels they are accustomed to. When overexerted, muscles tear at many points microscopically.
An overuse injury is any kind of joint or muscle injury, like a stress fracture or tendinitis that happens from repetitive micro-trauma to the joints, tendons, and bones. Overuse injuries ultimately result in injuries like tennis elbow, runner’s knee, shin splints, and achilles tendinitis.