Thursday, April 12, 2007

PRP for Posterior Tibial Tendonitis

Several readers have asked about the use of PRP for posterior tibial tendonitis. The posterior tibial tendon is located behind the inside part of the ankle and helps support the arch of the foot. Degeneration or tearing of this tendon can lead to foot and ankle pain.

No one to our knowledge has used PRP for this condition yet. There is increasing evidence that PRP is useful for achilles tendon disorders. Discuss the use of PRP for this condition with your physician and keep watching this blog. We'll post any evidence about the use of PRP for this condition as soon as it becomes available.

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