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Blog posts tagged with 'peroneal tendon injuries'

Peroneal tendon injuries – diagnosis and treatment in elite cross country athletes
Peroneal tendon injuries – diagnosis and treatment in elite cross country athletes

What a cross country training regimen can tell you about peroneal tendinitis, peroneal tendon tears and peroneal tendon subluxationJogging

When you meet with your doctor, there’s an unwritten script that your doc is using to guide his/her decision making.  Past medical history, social history, family hist...

Toe Spring | What is it and why is it helpful?
Toe Spring | What is it and why is it helpful?

What is Toe Spring?Toe Spring

Toe spring is the term used to describe a shoe or foot insert that enables rolling off the forefoot. Let me create the visual – think clog, men’s wingtip shoes or MBT Shoes. Each of these are examples of what is also called a forefoot rocker (aka toe spring.)

Toe Spring – is th...

Lateral Sole Wedges - treatment of lateral ankle instability
Lateral Sole Wedges - treatment of lateral ankle instability

Lateral Sole Wedges are a unique yet simple way to treat mild lateral ankle instability, peroneal tendinitis and peroneal tendon subluxation.

Peroneus brevis tear - the reason for chronic pain.

How do you diagnose a peroneal tendon tear? This article explores the diagnosis and treatment options for peroneus brevis tendon tears.

The frontal plane - treating supination

A high arch foot is usually a rigid foot and referred to as a supinated foot. Supination is often a bit harder to treat than is pronation. Because the supinated foot is rigid, it is less 'cooperative' when it comes to the use of pads or supports. Supinated feet are often associated with peroneal tendon problems and sprained ankles.