Posterior Tibialis Tendonitis

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The tibialis posterior tendon is a long tendon that comes down the inside of the leg and wraps around the back of the ankle bone terminating underneath the foot. It can become strained and inflamed. This is most commonly seen in those with excessively flat feet.

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Symptoms

  • 1Pain on the inside of the ankle
  • 2Pain increases when barefoot
  • 3Pain increase with activity

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Katrina Lammers, C.Ped (C) (Certified Pedorthist)

Katrina graduated form McMaster University’s Kinesiology program in 2001. She has been with our company since 2005, working as an orthotic technician, and more recently obtained her Pedorthic designation in 2013. Katrina will help you with all things orthotic, brace and shoe related. She is also certified in fitting custom compression hose. In addiction to the Hewak Foot Clinic, Katrina also works with orthopaedic surgeons as a Pedorthic consultant with the Hamilton branch of The Foot and Ankle Institute.