Haglund Syndrome

Calcific tendinitis of the Achilles tendon or Haglund’s syndrome

Calcific tendinitis of the Achilles tendon or Haglund’s syndrome: it is a complex degenerative clinical situation that hits the insertion and the shallow and deep surfaces of the tendon with calcification of the heel spur. It is characterized by pain and swellings in the calcaneus, often with deformities that prevent sport activity. Minimally invasive techniques regularize the calcifications and the Lipocell procedures regenerate the superficial surface of the tendon.