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Posterior Tibial Tendonitis

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POSTERIOR TIBIAL TENDONITIS Posterior Tibial Tendonitis, which runs along the foot and inside the ankle, develops due to overuse or strain. When this tendon fails to perform correctly, additional foot disorders such as arch pain, heel pain, heel spurs, fallen arches (flat feet) or even plantar fasciitis can develop. Strain results in swelling and inflammation of the Posterior Tibial Tendon with moderate to severe pain in the instep area of the foot. In rare cases, the tendon can rupture which causes gross over-pronation, an inward rolling of the foot at the ankle which results in foot imbalance and instability. While...

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