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Please explain what are some symptoms common with pttd?

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In brief: Post Tibial Tendon

Posteiror tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD) refers to a pain occurring in the medial ankle that can sometimes radiate to the heel and is the result in inflammation of the PT tendon.
There are differing degrees of dysufunction from mild to complete tear. Sometimes it presents as an adult flatfoot. Having the condition examined is important to rule out other conditions. See a podiatrist!

In brief: Post Tibial Tendon

Posteiror tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD) refers to a pain occurring in the medial ankle that can sometimes radiate to the heel and is the result in inflammation of the PT tendon.
There are differing degrees of dysufunction from mild to complete tear. Sometimes it presents as an adult flatfoot. Having the condition examined is important to rule out other conditions. See a podiatrist!
Dr. Grace Torres-hodges
Dr. Grace Torres-hodges
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In brief: FLAT FOOT

TPTD is the most common cause of unilateral (one side) flatfoot.
Do both feet look the same?

In brief: FLAT FOOT

TPTD is the most common cause of unilateral (one side) flatfoot.
Do both feet look the same?
Dr. Darrell Latva
Dr. Darrell Latva
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