Ankle tendonitis is an unhealthy condition that affects many people, especially the flat-footed ones. Read the following article that provides a brief insight into its causes and treatment measures.
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Ankle tendonitis is a condition that affects many people, specifically those who excessively overuse their feet such as athletes. For more information, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900.
Most of the reasons for the development of posterior tibial tendinitis are similar to the progression of Achilles tendonitis. Jumping can also be another reason for this condition to occur, or in some cases, trauma from an injury. However, serious injury to the posterior tibial tendon, or an improper walking gait can also lead to its development and the progress of its symptoms.
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