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With cuboid syndrome does the bone right itself over time?

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Dr. Amir Khan
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In brief: With manipulation

Cuboid syndrome is generally treated by manipulative therapy/reduction such as the cuboid whip.
Other treatment options may include taping, orthotics, and stretching. The prognosis in people who have suffered a cuboid syndrome is usually pretty good and most people do not experience any pain and do return to their activity. More studies are needed to find out what works best to treat cuboid synd.

In brief: With manipulation

Cuboid syndrome is generally treated by manipulative therapy/reduction such as the cuboid whip.
Other treatment options may include taping, orthotics, and stretching. The prognosis in people who have suffered a cuboid syndrome is usually pretty good and most people do not experience any pain and do return to their activity. More studies are needed to find out what works best to treat cuboid synd.
Dr. Amir Khan
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In brief: Cuboid syndrome

It is very dependant on the position of the bone.
If it was caused by an injury , or athletics etc this can mitigate things , too. Generally it does not by itself- but that is a generalization. Seek the advise of a podiatrist who will take x rays and guide you . Good luck.

In brief: Cuboid syndrome

It is very dependant on the position of the bone.
If it was caused by an injury , or athletics etc this can mitigate things , too. Generally it does not by itself- but that is a generalization. Seek the advise of a podiatrist who will take x rays and guide you . Good luck.
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