13 Maio, 2018 In By

Why Does My Foot Hurt?

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PILON FRACTURES

Pilon fractures are fractures of the distal tibia articular surface. These fractures are caused by high energy mechanisms, such as motor vehicle accidents or high falls.

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ACHILLES TENDON RUPTURES

The Achilles tendon is the most powerful tendon of the human body. It is frequently affected by inflamation, degeneration (tendinopathy) and/or rupture.

 

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ANKLE FRACTURES

Ankle fractures are frequent injuries. Depending on the number of ligament and bone structures involved, these fractures may be unstable, thus surgical treatment recommended.

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ANKLE OSTEOARTHRITIS

Unlike hip or knee osteoarthritis, the ankle is not frequently affected by degenerative changes. When they occur, it usually is the consequence of fractures or sprains, thus affecting a much younger and active population.

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ANKLE SPRAINS AND INSTABILITY

Ankle sprains are one of the most comoninjuries in sports. Although frequently considered benign injuries, up to 70% of these cases remain with residual complaints and around 1/3 undergo surgical treatment.

 

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PLANTAR FASCIITIS
(CALCANEAL SPUR)

Plantar fasciitis is a common pathology and the most likely cause for heel pain. It is caused by the inflammation, degeneration and possible calcification of the plantar fascia insertion in the calcaneal bone, reason why it is frequently called of “heel spur”.

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TALUS FRACTURES
CALCANEAL FRACTURES

The most frequent fracture of the tarsal bones, is the calcaneal fracture, of which 75% are intra-articular.

 

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FLATFOOT

The acquired flatfoot in the adult is a diferent entity from the flatfoot in children.

 

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LISFRANC INJURIES

The tarso-metatarsal (Lisfranc) injury is frequently diagnosed in a later stage, which undermines the initial treatment.

 

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HALLUX VALGUS (BUNION)

The Hallux Valgus, frequently called as “bunion”, refers to the deformity of the great toe.

 

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METATARSALGIA

 

Metatarsalgia is very common and frequently misdiagnosed pathology.

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CLAW TOES HAMMER TOES MALLET TOES

Claw, hammer and mallet toes are toe deformities, were metatarsophalangeal and/or interphalangeal joints of the lesser rays are affected.

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MORTON’S NEUROMA

 

Morton’s neuroma is a benign thickening of a the plantar nerve, that usually occurs in the 3rd intermetatarsal space.

 

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BUNIONETTE

The Bunionette, or Taylor’s bunion, refers to the deformity 5th metatarsal, that may occur due to head enlargement, metatarsal torsion or increased angulation from the other metatarsals.

 

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