Repetitive plantarflexion can lead to pain and mechanical limitation in the posterior ankle joint which is known as posterior ankle impingement syndrome. This pathology commonly occurs in ballet dancers and football players.
Unilateral or bilateral webbed toes are limb malformations that are commonly caused as a result of syndactyly of the foot. This is a congenital abnormality that can either be partial or complete, and symmetrical or asymmetrical.
A common paediatric foot condition called Calcaneal apophysitis, or Sever’s disease, has a clinical presentation that includes posterior heel pain on medial and lateral compression with the prevalence of mild swelling in some cases.
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