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Rearfoot/Heel

Achilles Tendon Rupture
The Achilles tendon is the body's single strongest tendon. Its primary function is to transmit force from the upper leg and calf to the foot, enabling walking and running. An Achilles tendon rupture... read more...
Achilles Tendonitis
Achilles tendinitis describes an inflammatory change of the Achilles tendon without a tear of the tendon. Achilles tendinitis may be acute or chronic. The onset of pain is usually unilateral... read more...
Arthritis of the Foot and Ankle
Arthritis is an inflammatory condition of one or more joints. There are many different types of arthritis. Each type of arthritis has a characteristic group of symptoms... read more...
Athlete's Foot
Athlete's foot is the layman's term used to describe two different fungal infections of the foot collectively known as tinea pedis. Acute and chronic athlete's foot are caused by two different types of... read more...
Baxter's Nerve Entrapment
Baxter's nerve entrapment refers to an entrapment of the calcaneal branch of the posterior tibial nerve (Baxter's nerve.) Baxter's entrapment results in plantar heel pain. Baxter's entrapment is typically... read more...
Bursitis of the Foot and Ankle
Bursitis describes an inflammatory tissue that forms in response to physical irritation or repetitive mechanical load to a specific area of the body. Bursitis is found throughout the body at locations... read more...
Calcaneal Fractures
A broken heel bone is called a calcaneal fracture. There are many types of calcaneal fractures that are described by several calcaneal fracture classifications schemes. Treatment of a calcaneal fracture... read more...
Charcot Joint
Charcot joints occur when the ability to sense deep pain is diminished or lost. As a result of the inability to sense pain, small fractures begin to develop in bone subject to mechanical stress. The normal... read more...
Charcot Marie Tooth Disease
Charcot-Marie Tooth Disease (CMT) is an inherited neurological condition that results in muscle wasting of the lower legs, feet, and hands. CMT effects the peripheral nervous system and results in muscle... read more...