Posterior tibial tendon tendonitis, an inflammation or tearing of the posterior tibial tendon, affects the foot and ankle and compromises the stability of the arch of the foot, causing flatfoot and pain. Most who suffer this may be treated without surgery, with the use of orthotics, braces, and physical therapy. If that doesn’t help, surgery may be the best option.
Treatments We Provide
At Advanced Care, a physical therapist works with your doctor to devise a treatment program expressly for you. That program may include any one or combination of the following.