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Posterior Tibialis Tendonitis

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The tibialis posterior tendon is a long tendon that comes down the inside of the leg and wraps around the back of the ankle bone terminating underneath the foot. It can become strained and inflamed. This is most commonly seen in those with excessively flat feet.

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Symptoms

  • 1Pain on the inside of the ankle
  • 2Pain increases when barefoot
  • 3Pain increase with activity

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Melanie Walford, Orthotic Technician

Mellanie has an Hons. Bsc. Kinesiology from McMaster University and a Prosthetic and Orthotic Technician diploma from George Brown College. When not caring for feet, she divides her time between good food, her large Doberman puppy Nala, and long distance running.