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Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome -Thursday, 14 January 2021
Tarsal tunnel syndrome (TTS) refers to an entrapment of the posterior tibial nerve as it descends from the leg passing through the medial ankle to the foot. This condition was first described by... (read more)
Sinus Tarsi Syndrome -Wednesday, 21 October 2020
Sinus tarsi syndrome is an inflammatory reaction found within the sinus tarsi. The sinus tarsi is the lateral entry point to the subtalar joint. The subtalar joint consists of the talus on the top and... (read more)
Saddle Bone Deformity -Wednesday, 13 January 2021
A saddle bone deformity, also known as a metatarsal cuneiform exostosis, is a prominence of bone that forms on the top of the foot above the arch. A saddle bone deformity occurs as a result of hypermobility... (read more)
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy -Wednesday, 13 January 2021
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy, also known as RSD or RSDS, is one of several pain syndromes better described collectively as complex regional pain syndromes, or CRPS. The description of CRPS... (read more)
Peroneal Palsy -Wednesday, 13 January 2021
Peroneal palsy is the term used to describe the loss of motor function of the muscles supplied by the common peroneal nerve. Peroneal palsy, also called drop foot, is the result of chronic nerve compression... (read more)
Peripheral Neuropathy -Wednesday, 13 January 2021
Peripheral neuropathy is a disease process that affects the sensory, reflex, motor, and vasomotor (pertaining to the blood vessel) responses of the peripheral nerves. Some forms of neuropathy affect the... (read more)
Morton's Neuroma -Wednesday, 13 January 2021
Morton's Neuroma is a painful condition of the forefoot that is caused by the entrapment of the common intermetatarsal nerve as it passes through the forefoot to the toes. This condition was first... (read more)
Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy -Wednesday, 09 December 2020
18.2 million people living in the United States have diabetes. This number represents over 6.3% of the population. One of the most common complications of diabetes is loss of sensation... (read more)
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome -Wednesday, 09 December 2020
The description of complex regional pain syndromes (CRPS) dates back to the mid-19th century when Mitchell first described this condition in 1864. Mitchell, a civil war surgeon, coined the term causalgia,... (read more)