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Foot and Ankle Conditions and Injuries
Injuries and Pathologies of the Foot and Ankle
These injuries most commonly occur as the result of a distortion of the foot during supination, typically affecting the medial compartment and resulting in persistent pain and functional limitation.
These type of injuries can be caused by a wide range of occurrences, including car accidents, sports injuries and even accidents around the home or workplace.
Fracture or lesion of Lisfranc joint
This is a rare and difficult to diagnose injury involving the tarsometatarsal joint (also known as the Lisfranc joint).
Achilles tendon rupture
The Achilles tendon is the largest and most robust tendon in the human body. Repetitive stress in athletes or simple aging in inactive people can lead to variations in this tendon’s structure.
Fractures to the fourth and fifth metatarsal are the most common, and typically do not require surgery.
Most people will experience an ankle sprain at some point in their life, ankle sprains are the most frequently seen sporting injury and are particularly prevalent amongst professional sportsmen.
Plantar fasciitis and heel spurs
Plantar fasciitis is a disorder relating to the fibrous connective tissue structures originating from the calcaneal tuberosity and inserting into the metatarsal heads.
Morton’s Neuroma is often attributed to swelling in the plantar nerve branches that run between the second and third, and third and fourth metatarsals.
Several inflammatory and degenerative conditions fall under this heading, including tendinitis, tendinosis and insertional tendinitis.