Tibialis Posterior Insufficiency

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    Tibialis Posterior Insufficiency Dr. N. Craig Stone Nov 21, 2002
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Tibialis Posterior Insufficiency Introduction Functional Anatomy Etiology Clinical Presentation Treatment
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Tibialis Posterior Insufficiency Introduction Flatfoot – Acquired, congenital Acquired Tarsal Coalition Neurologic Tib. Post. Insufficiency Frequently not appreciated
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Tibialis Posterior Insufficiency Anatomy Deep posterior compartment Tendon in fibro-osseous groove Multiple insertions –mainly navicular and med.  Cuneiform Posterior and medial to subtalar and ankle joint – flexes  ankle and inverts hindfoot Locks subtalar complex in push off
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Tibialis Posterior Insufficiency ?Etiology? Trauma Systemic inflammatory process Impingement in tunnel Hypovascularity
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Tibial Posterior Insufficiency  
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Tibialis Posterior Insufficiency ?Etiology? Tib post has 1.5 cm excursion
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