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Medical Conditions: Ankle

Achilles Tendonitis

Achilles Tendonitis

Achilles tendonitis is an inflammation of the Achilles tendon. This inflammation is typically short-lived. Over time the condition can progress to a degeneration of the tendon (Achilles tendinosis), in which the tendon loses its organized structure and is likely to develop microscopic tears causing further foot and ankle pain.

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Achilles Tendonitis, Bursitis

Achilles Tendonitis, Bursitis

Bursitis, or Achilles tendonitis is an inflammation of the Achilles tendon. This inflammation is typically short-lived. Over time the condition can progress to a degeneration of the tendon (Achilles tendinosis), in which the tendon loses its organized structure and is likely to develop microscopic tears causing further foot and ankle pain.

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Ankle Arthritis (DJD)

Ankle Arthritis (DJD)

This condition is characterized by the breakdown and eventual loss of cartilage in one or more joints. When cartilage deteriorates or is lost, even simple daily movement of the ankle becomes painful.

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Ankle Instability

Ankle Instability

Chronic ankle instability usually develops following an ankle sprain that has not adequately healed or was not rehabilitated completely.

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Ankle Scar Tissue (Impingement)

Ankle Scar Tissue (Impingement)

This painful condition can affect the front or the back of the ankle, leading to ongoing ankle pain, limited range of motion and possibly even bone spurs and other complications.

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Ankle Sprain

Ankle Sprain

If you frequently experience the sensation that your ankle will "give out," then you may have ankle instability due to a sprained ankle.

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Cartilage Lesion (OCD)

Cartilage Lesion (OCD)

This condition develops when blood supply to the area at the end of your bone is cut off. It is most likely to occur in older children, teenagers and young adults active in sports.

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Charcot

Charcot

Charcot is a condition of the foot typically experienced by people suffering from neuropathy, oftentimes as a result of diabetes.

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Diabetes

Diabetes

Diabetes is the cause of ankle and foot pain for approximately 16 million Americans. This disease disrupts the vascular system and can have negative affects on the legs and feet.

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Flat Foot, Pes Planus

Flat Foot, Pes Planus

Otherwise known as Pes Planus, flat feet is a condition where the foot lacks a distinct arch.

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Peroneal Tendonitis/Tear

Peroneal Tendonitis/Tear

Tendon injuries to the foot and ankle can elevate until the tendon tears or ruptures.

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Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction

Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction

PTTD is the painful irritation and weakening of the key tendon that connects to the inside edge of the foot at the arch.

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Synovitis Ankle

Synovitis Ankle

Ankle Synovitis is an injury to the synovial membrane in the ankle that causes pain and swelling and can result in a blockage of nutrients to the surrounding surfaces.

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Tarsal Tunnel

Tarsal Tunnel

Pain, numbness, burning and electrical sensations may occur along the course of the nerve, which includes the inside of the ankle, heel, arch and bottom of foot.

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Ulcer Ankle

Ulcer Ankle

There are three common types of leg and foot ulcers. Each one has a unique treatment program to effectively heal the wound and keep it from returning.

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