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  • Ankle replacement surgery: What to expect

    Ankle replacement surgery involves removing damaged parts of the ankle joint and replacing them with an artificial joint. It is an option when noninvasive treatments, such as physical therapy, have been ineffective for arthritis.

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  • Physical Therapy for a High Ankle Sprain

    A high ankle sprain injury can cause a significant amount of pain and can dramatically impact your ability to stand, walk, or exercise. This is because this type of sprain causes symptoms like stiffness, soreness, and instability in your lower leg.

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  • What Is an Anterior Tibialis Tendon Rupture?

    A tibialis anterior tendon rupture is a rare injury that causes sudden pain in the front of your ankle and trouble moving your foot.The tibialis anterior tendon attaches a muscle in the front of your shin to the front of your foot. If the tendon tears, it can cause pain and trouble doing normal activities like walking and running.

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  • What Is Abductor Hallucis Pain and What Causes It?

    The abductor hallucis muscle is located on the inner border of the foot. This muscle bends the big toe and moves it out to the side. More importantly, it supports the medial longitudinal arch, located on the inside border of the foot.

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  • Radiographic comparison of open and minimally invasive distal chevron metatarsal osteotomy in patients with Hallux valgus

    This study aimed to compare radiographic outcomes of open and minimally invasive surgery (MIS) in patients with hallux valgus. We reviewed data of patients with hallux valgus who underwent open or minimally invasive distal chevron osteotomy at our institution. Radiographic assessment was completed preoperatively, immediate postoperatively, and one year postoperatively using eight weight bearing parameters.

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