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Posterior ankle pain

January 30, 2013 by

Posterior ankle pain – Can be the result of a small sack of fluid called the retrocalcaneal bursa, as well as the achilles tendon or tibialis posterior tendonitis. Sometimes, after some sort of trauma, twisting the ankle or tacking a poor tackle during a game of football there can be a fracture to the Talus (bone in the ankle) which leaves a small bit of bone in the ankle joint. It is important to exclude this before commencing with treatment. Don’t leave ankle sprains to just get better, come and get a clear diagnosis and some expert treatment!

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