The tibialis anterior muscle dorsiflexes and inverts the foot. Tibialis Anterior Tendon Inflammation often arises due to overuse, such as in running or tennis.
What is it?
Tibialis Anterior Tendon Inflammation is the inflammation and irritation of the tendon sheath of the tibialis anterior muscle.
Common Signs & Symptoms:
Common symptoms include pain in dorsiflexion, swelling on the anterior ankle, tightness in the tibialis anterior muscle, and sometimes, weakness when moving the foot into dorsiflexion or inversion.
Assessment methods for diagnosing Tibialis Anterior Tendon Inflammation may involve evaluating pain levels and location, testing strength limitations of the tibialis anterior muscle, and observation of swelling or redness.
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