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Ankle and Foot Pain

high ankle sprain/ Syndesmosis injuryAnterolateral impingementOsteoarthritis (OA)
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)MetatarsalgiaFractures around ankle
Osteochondritis dissecans of TalusTibialis anterior tendonitisPosterior tibialis tendonitis/rupture
Tarsal tunnel syndromeDeltoid ligament rupturePosterior impingement(Os trigonum syndrome)
Flexor hallusis longus tenosynovitisAchilles tendonitis/ ruptureRetrocalcaneal bursitis
Ankle sprainRupture of peroneal retinaculumPeroneal tendon subluxation/ rupture
Peroneal tendonitisStress fracture of talusSinus tarsi syndrome
Plantar fasciitisFlat feet

The ankle joint is highly susceptible joint in the body to injury. Most ankle disorders can be prevented by warming up before physical activity. Poor alignment can predispose the joint to wear and tear and put excessive load on structures around the joint.

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The ankle helps to balance and stabilize the body. The ankle joint has very less musculature around it and has to perform weight transfer and absorbs ground reaction forces at the same time which challenges the dynamic stability of the joint. So the athletes need to have adequate strength of lower limb muscles to avoid ankle disorders.

Ankle disorders can result from damage to bone, muscle, or soft tissue. Common ankle disorders include:

  • sprains (injury to ligaments)
  • fractures
  • bursitis (inflammation of the bursa)
  • tendonitis (inflammation of the tendons)
  • arthritis (chronic inflammation of joints)

The ankle is the most frequently injured joint in the body. According to research published by the Walter Reed Medical Center, more than 20,000 ankle sprains occur each day in the United States.

The common conditions that can arise due to injury to structure on the “anterior aspect of ankle”,

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The common conditions that can arise due to injury to structure on the “medial aspect of ankle”,

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The common conditions that can arise due to injury to structure on the “posterior aspect of ankle”,

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The common conditions that can arise due to injury to structure on the “lateral aspect of ankle”,

 

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Other common conditions that affects the ankle and foot are –