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  • Physical Therapy for Posterior Tibial Tendonitis

    Physical therapy for posterior tibial tendonitis (PTT) can help you regain normal foot and ankle range of motion (ROM), strength, and mobility. This can help eliminate your foot and ankle pain and get you back to your normal work and recreational activities.

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  • What Is Haglund's Deformity?

    Haglund's deformity is a bony bump where your Achilles tendon attaches at the back of your heel bone. Because of its prominence, the bump is subject to the effects of constant friction. This causes redness and irritation, and can cause skin thickening, pain, swelling, and increased skin lines.

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  • What to Know About Peroneal Tendonitis

    ‌The peroneal tendons stabilize the foot and guard against sprains. When they become inflamed, moving your foot may be painful.

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  • Internal brace construct to treat Lisfranc injuries provides flexible fixation

    Ligamentous Lisfranc injuries are characterized by a disruption between the articulation of the medial cuneiform and the base of the second metatarsal.

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  • Syndesmosis Injuries to the Ankle

    The syndesmotic ligament connects the two bones of the leg; this is often referred to as the ankle sydesmosis, or just syndesmosis. These bones, the tibia, and fibula are between the knee and ankle joints. The tibia is the larger shin bone that supports most of the weight of the body, and the fibula is the smaller bone on the outside of the leg.

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  • Recognizing the Early Signs of Arthritis in Your Feet

    Arthritis can affect any of your joints, including those in your feet. Joint damage from arthritis can cause pain, swelling, and physical changes to the joints.

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  • Common Football Foot and Ankle Injuries

    The explosive, shifting movements required in football, combined with the constant contact between players, make injuries extremely common in both adult and youth players alike.

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  • Maisonneuve Fracture of the Ankle

    A Maisonneuve fracture is a specific type of ankle fracture that occurs when the ankle is forcefully twisted outwards (external rotation). The fracture is important because treatment almost always requires surgery, and without a careful examination of the ankle (and the knee), it's possible to misdiagnose this injury.

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  • You`ve Had Foot Surgery: How Long Until You`re Active Again?

    Most people who have had major foot surgery are able to return to the activities they enjoy, but it may take a long time, new research suggests.

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  • What Is a Plantar Fibroma?

    A plantar fibroma is a small growth on the arch of your foot. It grows from the plantar fascia, which is the ligament that runs along the bottom of your foot, between your heels and toes.

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