Ankle Impingement

Tyson Green, DPM, FACFAS, and Matthew McCabe, DPM
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By Shine John, DPM, Robert W. Mendicino, DPM, and Alan R. Catanzariti, DPM
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Impingement syndromes can result in chronic ankle pain. Initially described as “athlete’s ankle” and “footballer’s ankle,” these syndromes have been associated with athletic activities such as soccer, running, volleyball, high jumping and ballet dancing.1-3 These syndromes can affect either the anterior or posterior aspect of the ankle joint and its causal pathway can be of soft tissue and/or osseous origin.

Only one reported study describes impingement syndromes occurring concurrently at the anterior and posterior ankle.4 Pa

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