Tibialis Posterior Syndrome in Vancouver
The tibialis posterior muscle comes from behind the shin bone (tibia) and runs into a tendon that passes behind the bony bit on the inside of the ankle (medial malleolus). Inflammaion can occur around the medial malleolus and further down under the foot where the tendon attaches. If you over pronate you are more likely to suffer from this injury.
Patellofemoral Syndrome - Patellofemoral pain is a common knee problem. If you have this condition, you feel pain under and around your kneecap. The pain can get worse when you're active or when you sit for a long time. You can have the pain in one or both knees. The exact cause of patellofemoral pain isn't known. It probably has to do with the way your kneecap (patella) moves on the groove of your thigh bone (femur).
Dr. Michael Horowitz offers a 5-Step process to successfully treating Tibialis Posterior Syndrome. He can help evaluate & diagnose your condition and recommend the best course of action for you. Call Vancouver Orthotics at 604-737-3668 for more information.
YOU MIGHT HAVE THESE QUESTIONS ABOUT TIBIALIS POSTERIOR SYNDROME TREATMENT:
- What is the most effective treatment for Tibialis Posterior Syndrome?
- What exercises & stretches do you recommend for Tibialis Posterior Syndrome?
- What other symptoms are most commonly associated with Tibialis Posterior Syndrome?
- What shoes are best for Tibialis Posterior Syndrome?
- Where can I get medical hardware for Tibialis Posterior Syndrome?
- Why is the pain so chronic?