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Foot & Ankle

Foot & Ankle Anatomy :: Ankle Fracture :: Achilles Tendon Rupture :: Ankle Sprain
Common Toe Deformities :: Plantar Fasciitis

Foot & Ankle Anatomy

How does the Foot & Ankle joint work?
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Ankle Fracture

Ankle injuries are the most common sports-related injury. An ankle fracture is a break in one or more bones that make up the ankle joint. Sometimes ligaments may also be damaged.

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Achilles Tendon Rupture

Achilles tendon is a strong fibrous cord present behind the ankle that connects the calf muscles to heel bone. It is used when you walk, run and jump. When the Achilles tendon becomes thin, weak, or if it is not used, it may be susceptible to injury or damage.

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Ankle Sprain

A sprain is stretching or tearing of ligaments, which connect adjacent bones in a joint and provides stability to the joint. An ankle sprain is a common injury and occurs when you fall or suddenly twist the ankle joint or when you land your foot in an awkward position after a jump.

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Common Toe Deformities

Toes are the digits in your foot and are associated with walking, providing balance, weight-bearing and other activities. A variety of toe deformities occur in children's feet.

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Click on the topics below to find out more from the Orthopaedic connection website of American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.

Steven D. Stahle MD
Steven D. Stahle MD
Sports Medicine Doctor
Tenex Procedure Healthcare of ST Louis
US Center For Sports Medicine
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