The peroneal tendon is responsible for connecting your lower leg to your foot, providing support for your ankle, and enabling you to rock your foot outward. Due to overuse or ankle injury, the tendon can become inflamed, a condition referred … Read More
Foot injuries are very common when playing sports. Some sports cause sudden injuries, such as soccer or football, while others cause overuse injuries, such as track and field. Regardless of the sport you play, your feet are susceptible to injury, … Read More
Your feet are probably the hardest working components of your body. They take you to places and allow you to enjoy and do your daily activities, making them highly susceptible to pain and injury. Some pain may go away with … Read More
The posterior tibial tendon is one of the most important tendons in your lower extremities. Its purpose is to stabilize your ankle. It is the tendon that makes it possible for you to point your foot in several directions.
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Tendonitis can be a painful condition which is caused by inflammation or irritation of a tendon. It can occur anywhere in the body, but it most commonly occurs in the feet and ankles.
Overuse, repetitive movements, or overstretching can result … Read More
Peroneal tendonitis is a condition that develops when the peroneal tendons in your legs are inflamed. It is an overuse injury usually caused by the tendons in the legs rubbing against bone which results in inflammation. As a reaction to … Read More