Top of Foot Troubles: Extensor Tendonitis - Healing Feet - NYC Podiatrist & Foot Doctor.
Share:So your ankle is fine. Your toes are fine. Your heel is fine. Everything in your foot is fine, right? Well, except for that problem on the top of your foot… Top of your foot?! Could it be extensor tendonitis?!!! Yes. Extensor tendonitis? Yes, also known as extensor tendinopathy. Great, an injury with two names. …
Extensor Tendonitis: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment
Extensor tendonitis is a common cause of top of foot pain. Find out about the cause, symptoms and treatment options of extensor tendonitis in the foot.
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Peroneal Tendon Problems
Introduction Problems affecting the two peroneal tendons that lie behind the outer ankle bone (the lateral malleolus) are common in athletes. These problems...
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Peroneal Tendonitis is inflammation in the two major tendons that go around the outside of the ankle. Peroneal Tendons balance the ankle and the back of the foot and prevent the foot from turning inwards repetitively, causing ankle sprains.