• Chronic Calf Pain

    by Micheal Doyle, MD
    on Sep 10th, 2010

Ideally, I would be doing more exercise. I’d like to do some kind interval training – run, jog, walk – but my calves won’t allow me. They begin to hurt whenever I run more than a small amount. I’ve tried physical therapy, stretching, insoles and the Graston technique. Graston helped, but the problem still flares up. I’m looking into “barefoot running” techniques and I just met a very impressive osteopath named Lisa Preston who says she may be able to help with my Chronic Calf Pain. She works with David Johnston, DO in Ridgefield, CT who several of my patients rave about. I’m trying to find a time to get up to Ridgefield.

Author Micheal Doyle, MD Michael E. Doyle, MD, is a board-certified family physician with nearly two decades of clinical experience. At Darien Integrative Medicine in Darien, Connecticut, he combines his extensive experience in both conventional and alternative medicine to offer his patients uniquely safe and effective care.

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