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RE: compromised peroneus longus and tibialis posterior

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Uploaded on Mar 24, 2009

From: http://www.youtube.com/user/FetishFoo... Hey massage nerd - my question is this..

From my internet reading.. at:
http://www.latrobe.edu.au/podiatry/my...
http://www.latrobe.edu.au/podiatry/my...

I got the impression that a compromised peroneus longus and tibialis posterior went hand in hand in the case of ankle instability and heel pain - which seems to be the case for me.
ie 'peroneal muscles should also be examined as they often contain active TrPs when tibialis posterior is involved'. In my case, I often have mild to severe achilles tendonitis in the morning, which improves as it warms up. When running I no power through the affected calf, compared to the good leg. I've tried to find further info but drawn a blank. Can you comment on whether this makes any sense, and any further references you may suggest?

Thanks and regards
David

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