A 27-year-old male asked:
Can peroneal subluxation cause tendon problems in the hamstring directly and/or indirectly?
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Podiatry 26 years experience
Absolutely: Both. All the muscles and joints of the lower leg work synergistically. One weak link in the chain of gait is easy to cause another. Awareness and strengthening are the hallmarks of prevention. Bracing and other hard devices should be explored as adjuncts or non-invasive options.
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Last updated Dec 5, 2014
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