The Foot and PTTD

Typically the posterior tibial muscle as well as tendon is definitely an very important muscle/tendon complex for holding up the arch of the feet up. If something goes wrong with the muscle tendon complex , this means it can no longer carry out its function appropriately, then a condition known as posterior tibial tendon dysfunction can happen. The consequences of posterior tibial tendon dysfunction really are a gradual flat foot.

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The Foot and PTTD

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