Cuboid Syndrome

by Admin on March 18, 2012

Cuboid syndrome is a problem that occurs when there is excessive movement of the cuboid bone and there is a strain of the ligaments that surround the joint. This bone is important as a pulley for the tendon of peroneus longus, so this tendon does subject the bone and its surrounding joints to a lot of force and tit needs to be stable, otherwise there is a high risk for cuboid syndrome.

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