Functional anatomy of tarsal tunnel syndrome: a cadaver case series
Annual Conference of the California Physical Therapy Association
California Physical Therapy Association
Santa Clara, CA
September 28, 2012-September 29, 2012
Date of Presentation
This functional anatomy demonstration showed the kinesiological basis of tarsal tunnel syndrome (TTS). The relative influences of foot pronation and lower leg loading on tibial nerve loads were compared. Lower leg loading showed the strongest association with tibial nerve loading. This information will assist clinicians in prioritizing interventions for TTS.
Schultz, A.; Young, L.; Sullivan, K.; Ceja, V.; Davenport, Todd E.; Phelan, Tamara L.; and Mansoor, Jim K., "Functional anatomy of tarsal tunnel syndrome: a cadaver case series" (2012). School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Faculty Presentations. 20.
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