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RE: posterior tibialis tendonitis--does it ever heal??
My daughter had posterior tibialis pain that was diagnosed by many professionals as tendonitus, stress fractures and none of the doctors could figure out how to cure her. She had this same pain in her calf for over two years, and missed most of her high school career after being a state champion early on. Several months ago she was cured. We saw a new chiropractor who practices ART and the Graston technique. He said immediately that she had a mild form of compression syndrome. After only two weeks of ART and using what looks like a butter knife on her, her pain went away and has not returned. She is now training on a D1 team. The symptoms described sound similar: pain in the PT area either during a run or immediately after, but the pain was usually gone in one hour or by the next day. She wears orthodics because of a biomechanical issue and a low arch. I'd highly recommend ART.
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