Posted: 03/12/2014 at 13:01
This is one of those f.edifIknow questions...
But your (presumably) professionally qualified physiotherapist says you should be OK?
Your professionally qualified physiotherapist who has taken your history and examined your calf?
I know that even professionals make mistakes, but asking for advice from a bunch of (potential) loons (like me, for instance) when you have a professional opinion?
But given that you are looking to 'finish well' and not necessarily get a pb, go for it. But when you are injured try and cross train, even doing some weight training on your upper body will stimulate the hormones that will stimulate recovery in your calf(s)? Cycling,rowing, swimming, etc. being injured is not a reason to not train!