Physio virtually. More of the same basically..with the emphasis on increasing exercise loading to manage the gap between the simpler forms of the exercises and the high impact nature of running.
I’ve always tended to think that more often than not the use of a physio is more for reassurance or reaffirmation of what you’ve already worked out for yourself. With a modicum of sense and research skills self diagnosis can work pretty well. That’s not to say physios aren’t very useful and can be very reassuring for just that purpose...i.e. telling you you really are doing the right thing....and of course for, perhaps essential, diagnosis of more complex stuff.
Turbo 1:05:00 
Still playing a wee bit and somewhat going through the motions but it’s turning the legs over...and very tolerable in a funny way...although the Valhalla Murders kind of helps.
No problem keeping warm in a freezing garage but I’d rather be in Wanaka with c and k just now.
Continuing calf loading exercises and a fair bit of rolling too.