Posterior Tibial Tendonitis Treatment in Vancouver

Posterior tibial tendonitis is an uncommon problem of the foot. When this tendon is inflamed in posterior tibial tendonitis or if the posterior tibial tendon ruptures, it can cause serious problems. Most commonly, patients with posterior tibial tendonitis complain of pain in the inside of the foot and ankle, and occasionally have problems associated with an unstable gait. Also common in patients with posterior tibial tendonitis is an inability to stand on their toes on the affected side. Also common in patients with posterior tibial tendonitis is an inability to stand on their toes on the affected side.

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