Peroneal Tendonitis

by Admin on April 21, 2012

Peroneal tendonitis is a problem that affects the peroneal tendon either just above or just below the lateral malleolus. It is usually an overuse type injury that occurs as a result of an ankle that want to roll outward that increases the activity of the peroneal muscles. Combine that with sports activity and there is an increased risk for peroneal tendonitis. The treatment is to use lateral wedging so that the muscles do not need to work so hard.

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