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Common causes of Achilles stiffness when walking uphill

Achilles stiffness when walking uphill Common Causes

Some of the common causes of Achilles stiffness when walking uphill may include:

Introduction:

This information shows the various causes of Achilles stiffness when walking uphill, and how common these diseases or conditions are in the general population. This is not a direct indication as to how commonly these diseases are the actual cause of Achilles stiffness when walking uphill, but gives a relative idea as to how frequent these diseases are seen overall.

  • 7 diseases without any prevalence information.

    Causes of Achilles stiffness when walking uphill without any prevalence information

    The following causes of Achilles stiffness when walking uphill are ones for which we do not have any prevalence information.

    • Athletes
    • Climbing up hill
    • Constant use of high heels
    • Excessive training
    • Overpronation of the heel
    • Overuse injury
    • Runners
    • more causes...»

    All Causes of Achilles stiffness when walking uphill

    The full list of all possible causes for Achilles stiffness when walking uphill described in various sources is as follows:

    • Athletes
    • Climbing up hill
    • Constant use of high heels
    • Excessive training
    • Overpronation of the heel
    • more causes...»

    See full list of possible disease causes of Achilles stiffness when walking uphill

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