Wearing compression sleeves can be an excellent option to help treat a torn calf muscle. Calf compressions provide you with comfort and relaxation. If you suffer from a torn calf muscle injury, you may have difficulty walking or climbing the stairs. At 360 Relief, we have a variety of calf compressions and supports that you can use to help you with your torn calf muscle.

A torn calf muscle is an injury that causes a partial or complete tear in the muscles behind the shin bone. It causes sudden and intense calf pain. The pain may also prevent you from walking or bearing weight on the legs. You may also feel tightness, tenderness, and weakness in the calf area. A torn calf muscle usually happens when your muscles become overstretched and strained. Exhaustion, overuse, improper use, and fatigue can also become the reasons for the torn calf muscle. Although, if you have such symptoms, you must contact your healthcare provider, who will review them and perform a physical exam.
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Keep in mind that a torn calf muscle does not heal on its own. A minor torn calf injury can be treated by incorporating conservative measures, such as rest, ice, massage, elevation, and wearing compression sleeves. A major torn calf muscle may require surgery.

When you have minor symptoms, treat them properly. However, leaving a torn leg calf untreated may lead to chronic injury, which will require more time to heal.

You should wear calf compressions or braces to help prevent swelling and inflammation because of the torn muscle. Calf compressions improve blood circulation by helping pump the freshly oxygenated blood into the arteries.

The blood flows easily to reach the limbs, where the cells and muscles use the oxygenated blood and nutrients. Calf compressions also help protect the muscles, especially during exercise.

Our compression calf sleeves provide you with an excellent compression range and protection to the affected areas. Whether you are recovering from stiffness, swelling, inflammation, soreness, calf sprains or strains, our compression calf sleeves are comfortable to wear anywhere.

How much time does a torn calf muscle take to heal?

A torn calf muscle can take up to a minimum of three days before it starts to feel better. Full recovery in most cases does not require surgery or operation. But in severe cases, it will take up to six or eight weeks to heal.

Can I see a doctor for a torn calf muscle?

In most cases, people take first aid measures like applying hot and cold pads, wearing supports, and elevation. If you have a severe injury with unbearable pain, you should ask a doctor for its cure.

How does torn calf muscle get worse?

A calf strain can cause pain and make it difficult to run, jump, or participate in other activities. A torn calf muscle can cause semi or complete tears of tissues, and then it may require surgery.

Should I massage torn muscles?

Massage treatment promotes the healing of injured tissue by relaxing tense muscles and increasing blood flow. The removal of excess fluid is improved by applying pressure to the torn muscle. It also has the effect of speeding up the muscle recovery process.

How can I check to see if I have a torn calf muscle?
  • If you unable to put weight on your injured calf
  • Feel sharp pain and soreness
  • Swelling and bruising

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