Peroneal tendon tear/dysfunction and inner heel pain related?

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They can be.. Peroneus longus, , brevis or both? Longus plantarflexes the 1st metatarsal, to a tear can result in hypermobility and instability which can lead to hyperpronation and plantar fasciitis symptoms. Now, if you're talking about posterior tibial tendon dysfunction/tears, then for certain there can be a relationship.
Can be. The peroneal tendons run on the outside of the foot. They course down the leg and run under the outer ankle bone. If there is a tear in them, you may be compensating and walking on the inner heel. So sure they could be related.

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What causes peroneal tendon tear/dysfunction and inner heel pain?

Trauma/age. Pttd or tear is very common in females. It is usually due to activities, flat foot, shoe gear and possible hormonal changes and pregnancies. The reason why the inside of your heel hurts, it is due the pathway the tendon travels. If MRI has been done and a tear is detected, many things could be done. Bracing, orthotics, and surgery can help. See a podiatrist. Read more...
I wonder if you. Meant posterior tibial tendon dysfucntion? As the posterior tibial tendon runs on the inner side. You wrote peroneal tendon and this is on the outisde portion of the foot, also the term dysfunction is often used for the posterior tibial tendon and infrequently for the peroneal tendon.... Read more...
Many possibilities. Some causes may include trauma such as a sprain. It may also be as a result of a musculoskeletal or a biomechanical abnormality such as having severe flat feet. A thorough history and physical exam and gait a exam is needed to determine the cause of your problem. Read more...

What's the remedy for a peroneal tendon tear if conservative tx failed?

Repair. Peroneal tendon tears, usaully intrasubstance or partial tears are difficult to treat conservatively. Once the MRI determines the extent and location of the rupture, the tendon can be repaired by various procedures...Tubularization, debridement or replacement. Amniotic membrane is showing a promising treatment by wrapping the torn tendon. Read more...
Depends. If it is a partial tear, prolotherapy may be helpful. You can google it to learn more. Read more...