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THIRD MALLEOLUS INJURY

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by jtm, Aug 23, 2013.

  1. jtm

    jtm Active Member


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    Male 32 yr old, is presented with posteior ankle pain, Postactive dyscinesia and remision of pain with NSAIDS, treated by the GP and Orthopedic as a Achilles tendinitis, and prescribed an heel orthosis, no real improvement of the sintomatology. US of the tendon is normal, with no tendinosis and no anomalies in the Kagger space. MRI shows an old osteocondral lesion of the third malleolus.
    from a sprain of the ankle
    Any advice....
    Thanks
     
  2. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    I not sure what you mean by 'third' malleolus?

    Do you mean an os trigonum or old fracture of posterior aspect of talus?
     
  3. jtm

    jtm Active Member

    I mean that anatomic structure, the distal posterior plafond of the tibia, he had an ankel sprain about one year ago with no other implication, now he´s got on the zone ( i mean kagger space) and no one can idetified this until a mri is taken, and a intraosseus oedeme is seen.

    My doubt is where can i go,
    plantar orthosis
    Rehab
    Taping ( he has got good sensations with them)
    Walker etc
    any other....

    Thank you sincerely
     
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