Peroneal Tendinitis and Dislocation
What is Peroneal Tendinitis and Dislocation?
This condition is often seen in patients with ankle instability but can present at any time with pain over the lateral or outer aspect of the leg associated with a snapping sensation.
Signs and Symptoms
Pain on the lateral side of the ankle often associated with chronic ankle instability.
What if the Condition is Left Untreated?
Will progress to degeneration and tearing of the tendon.
How is Peroneal Tendinitis and Dislocation Treated?
Traditional surgeries required open removal of bone with tightening of the tissue to prevent recurrent displacement of the tendons. NYU surgeons have been pioneers in using minimally invasive surgery (MIS Nano tendoscopic procedures that allow this surgery be performed through keyhole surgery in the office facilitating early return to sport.
- Osteochondral Injuries of The Ankle
- Osteochondral Lesion (OCL) of The Foot
- Osteochondral Lesions of the Ankle
- Achilles Tendon Rupture
- Foot and Ankle Arthritis
- Midfoot Arthritis
- Achilles Tendinitis or Tendinosis
- Ankle Sprains
- Haglund’s Syndrome/Heel Spur aka Bauer Bump or Pump Bump
- Impingement of The Ankle: Anterior and Posterior
- Hallux Valgus: Bunions
- Hallux Rigidus: Stiff Big Toe
- Lesser Toe Deformities
- Fifth Metatarsal Fractures: Jones Fracture
- Metatarsal and Phalangeal (Forefoot) Fractures
- Stress Fractures of Foot and Ankle
- Talus Fracture
- Lisfranc (Midfoot) Injury
- Morton’s Neuroma
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Peroneal Tendinitis and Dislocation
- Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction
- Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
- Achilles Tendon Bursitis
- Ankle Ligament Injury
- Ankle Instability
- Foot Pain
- Foot Drop
- Foot Fracture
- Ankle Fracture
- Ligament Tear
- Haglund's deformity
- Hallux valgus