A 21-year-old male asked:
Best way to manage with tibial posterior tendon dysfunction? corrective insoles don't seem to be helping with realigning my foot.
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Internal Medicine 21 years experience
Ankle pain: hi, Tibial Posterior Tendon Dysfunction is very common problem of ankle. If you do sport I suggest that you take it easy for awhile, use ice, Motrin. Has your doctor suggested casting for a little while? Have you done Physical Therapy? Injection of Steroid into ankle can help,too.
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Last updated Dec 11, 2016
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