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Is peroneal tendon subluxation bad? What can happen from being untreated? I don't wanna end my tennis season early! Can it get worse?

Not good. Could get worse. Waiting to treat could make it even worse . Read more...
Time to stop tennis. I assume from the diagnosis you have seen an ortho or podiatrist. If you continue to play, you could develop a trar of the peroneal tendon or avukse the tendon from the bone. Better to miss playing time, than risk surgery that will effect your ability to work. Read more...

What to do if I have peroneal tendon subluxation?

Visit foot/ankle doc. If the condition is painful there is a surgical option to fix. Read more...

Can peroneal tendon subluxation cause throbbing in the region?

Subluxation. Simply means the tendons are moving out of their normal groove....throbbing is possible with or without subluxation but is not necesarily related. . Read more...

I have peroneal tendon subluxation and the only problem right now is this popping sound from that area. How can I cure this one symptom?

Surgery. popping sensation is the two tendons moving either out or moving on top of each other. Surgery is needed to repair the groove that they normally ride in. If you ignore it you may tear or rupture the tendons. . Read more...

Diagnosed with peroneal tendon subluxation now experiencing so much pain & popping from playing basketball do you think I tore it? Surgery is Tuesday

Probably not. You could have torn it, but it is probably more likely that your symptoms are from your peroneal subluxation, which can cause the tendons to snap and pop as the ankle is put through various movements. Hopefully the surgery will take care of it. Read more...

Can peroneal tendon subluxation cause swelling around the posterior calf by the achilles?

If it causes. You to walk differently there may be some effect....but that high up and in the back should not... Read more...

Can doctors do arthoscopic for peroneal tendon subluxation? And will I still need a cast? Can this be done if you have plates in ankle?

No. Peroneal tendon subluxation requires reconstruction of the torn tissue ( retinaculum) that is allowing these tendons to subluxate( slip out of place).The presence of a fibular plate is not a problem in the surgical procedure( which is done in an 'open' fashion).best of luck! Read more...