Posterior Impingement of the Ankle

Posterior impingement of the ankle refers to the compression of soft tissues at the back of the ankle joint, typically between the bones of the lower leg and the heel bone. It is often seen in athletes involved in activities that require repetitive plantarflexion (pointing the foot downward). Symptoms of posterior impingement of the ankle may include:

Signs and symptoms of “Posterior Impingement of the Ankle”

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