I'm thinking of leaving physio early, i can walk already, and i want to get back to work. i can't run, i can't lift my foot upward more than a few mill, but i can walk pretty normally with a slight limp. physio wants to see me 3 days a week, which kinda makes going back to work quite hard - night shift and all. the injury is a torn calf muscle and a bunch of scar tissue and whatever, the top part of the muscle is all hard and tight. when i'm at physio, he does an ultrasound massage thing, a deep tissue massage, puts me on the weights, then the wobble board, then more exercises, then electronic muscle stimulater for 10 minutes, then some ice. and i'm good to go home. he's got me doing exercises at home (up on my tip toes, down, backward with toes pointing up, tip toes over a ledge (step) and try and put load on my heel to make it go below the ledge, calf stretches with a straight knee, etc etc) anyone in the know think i'll be right to leave physio and get back to work? he might be doing good, or he might be just milking it for some more $$ (fair enough.. i would too lol, but i need work. i'm running broke!). i haven't seen any REAL improvements at physio since about a week into it when we heard a nice rip and my knee freed up, and now that the foot as movement, i'm good. I do my exercises 3 times a day and see physio 3 times a week and it's slowly but surely getting better. now that i'm walking, i assume walking lots at work will just naturally heal it and i'll be good as gold in a month or so without physio anyway. any ideas or thoughts? anyone with experience able to suggest which way to lean?