Ankle Pain Causes
Ankle Pain Causes are many, the most common being sprains and strains. There are other causes of ankle pain which include arthritis, osteoporosis, gout, tendonitis, and tendon sheath inflammation. This page is dedicated to helping you determine with come certainty the cause of your ankle pain, based on the location of the pain, the likelihood of the condition, and the severity of the pain. This following video outlines the causes of foot pain and what can be done!
Location of Ankle Pain
Outside of the Ankle Pain or Lateral ankle pain is normally a chronic pain, as opposed to acute pain (pain that develops suddenly and is due to injury). This chronic ankle pain can have many different causes such as an acute ankle injury that was neglected and did not heal properly. It can also be caused by other conditions such as tendinitis (peroneal tendinopathy). This chronic pain can be exacerbated by strenuous physical activities such as running, jogging and other sports.
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Front of the ankle pain, or anterior ankle pain also comes gradually rather than suddenly. This pain comes as the result of impingement or tendonitis. Impingement is the condition in which the normal range of the ankle is restricted due to a bony growth. Tendonitis is due to overuse of the anterior muscle on the outside of the shin bone.
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- Heel Pain or Bottom of the Foot Pain
- Back of the heel or Bottom of the Heel
- Calf Pain
- Shin Pain
- Top of the Foot Pain
- Flat Foot