Tight calves/calf cramps anyone?
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I used to get tight calves often as a goalie – which is not fun to deal with when pucks are flying at your head!
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Because of where they are, calf issues can lead to knee, ankle and foot problems as well.

Here is a great strategy for helping you to deal with tight calves and getting rid of any knots you may have.

Enjoy! 😈

 – John

P.S. To avoid my name becoming a new curse word, please:
1️⃣ apply light pressure in the beginning (i.e. just your leg)
2️⃣ start with a foam roller first (not a lacrosse ball)
3️⃣ avoid this strategy if your calf cramp is accompanied by redness or swelling (this could be a sign of something more serious – talk to your MD)

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At Hands on Healing we offer a holistic and drug-free approach for relief from a variety of symptoms including acute back and neck pain, sports injuries, headaches and everyday aches and pains.

Offering chiropractic, acupuncture and massage therapy services, we're here to help.

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At Hands on Healing we offer a holistic and drug-free approach for relief from a variety of symptoms including acute back and neck pain, sports injuries, headaches and everyday aches and pains. Offering chiropractic, acupuncture and massage therapy services, we're here to help.

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