Foot and Ankle Conditions

Posterior Tibialis Tendonopathy

Posterior tibialis tendinopathy is a type of overuse injury that affects the posterior tibialis muscle located at the inside of the ankle. It can occur from an acute injury, such as a fall but is also common from repetitive trauma or stress to the tendon, like excess weight, loaded calf raises, or jumping exercises.

Common symptoms you may experience are:

  • Pain along the inside of the foot
  • Pain with activity
  • Swelling
  • Sense of ankle instability

A physical therapist can work with you and assess the joint to create an individualized treatment plan.

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