Peroneal Tendinopathy

Peroneal Pain Gold Coast

Peroneal Tendinopathy Treatment

Do you have pernoeal pain? is your pain worse in the mornings or after periods of rest? Is the pain stopping you from doing the activities you love and from enjoying your life? If so you may have Perineal tendiopathy.

With people spending time on their feet, the area never gets time to heal. This extremely common conditions easily treated via footwear advise, stretches and exercises, and custom orthotics.

So book an appointment today at one of our gold coast clinics so you can get back on your feet and enjoy the things you love.

A tendon is a tough cord composed of closely packed white fibers of connective tissue

What Is Peroneal Tendinopathy

 

The Peroneals are a group of three muscles originating from the outside of your lower leg and connect to the outside of the foot.

The condition affects either the insertion or mid-portion of one or more Peroneal muscle tendons. It is caused by continual, repetitive stress, which leads to micro trauma of the tendon. This results in degeneration, inflammation, and sometimes rupture. It is important to treat this condition in the early stages (acute) as late stages (chronic) can lead to permanent damage and/or rupture.

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Risk Factors 

  • Rolling out of the feet (Supination)
  • Inappropriate footwear
  • Excessive training or large increase in training
  • Ankle sprains
  • Leg length difference
  • Rigid feet
  • Tight calf muscles

Signs & Symptoms

  • Rolling out of the feet (Supination)
  • Inappropriate footwear
  • Excessive training or large increase in training
  • Ankle sprains
  • Leg length difference
  • Rigid feet
  • Tight calf muscles
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Preventing Peroneal Tendinopathy

  • Rolling out of the feet (Supination)
  • Inappropriate footwear
  • Excessive training or large increase in training
  • Ankle sprains
  • Leg length difference
  • Rigid feet
  • Tight calf muscles
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