Welcome to the Peroneus Brevis Tendonitis Complete Diagnosis and Treatment Guide.
The Peroneus Brevis is a muscle that forms half of the peroneal tendons and when inflamed can cause peroneus brevis tendinitis.
The Peroneus Brevis muscle is the primary muscle responsible for turning the foot up and out.
It may not always be possible for some athletes, but switch it up to biking or swimming for a little while!
Nothing as dramatic as an ice bath, but icing for 15-20 mins will help relieve the soreness & speed healing time!
Compression socks & stockings can really help out. This increases blood flow & decreases swelling.
Topical anti-inflammatory gels work very well in helping to decrease inflammation!
Anti-inflammatory medication can really jump start the healing process. Use it for a 1-2 weeks until the inflammation decreases & your body can start healing.
Get a good running shoe that fits properly & has a stiff sole.
A proper orthotic will aid in controlling biomechanics & decreasing stress on your peroneus longus.
Physical therapy will target your sore muscles & strengthen the weakness!
A podiatrist can assess your biomechanical abnormalities & get to the root of the problem!
Calluses are thick patches of skin that appear in sites of friction against the shoe, the floor or any other part of the foot. The danger is a blister can form underneath the callus!
A corn looks like a little pebble that can form, they usually even occur with a callus around them. This can be exceptionally painful.
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These occur from stubbing your toe, so learn how to deal with them properly! Is it broken or is it just bruised, find out with this guide.
This is when you toe looks really big and as if though its popping out at the base.
This is when you have a crooked or curved toe.