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• All of the problems in this area have the potential to be managed and reduced over a very long period of time. It can take a couple of years for the internal ankle area to fully heal. Fragile tendons can continue to improve for a very long time if not aggravated. Many people have problems with popping out tendons in their teens but see gradual healing.
• Those with higher arched feet can experience post ankle sprain pinching on the ankle bone due to pronation, even when they look straight when one is yoga in shoes. This type of foot has a limited ability to pronate at all, and even a small amount of overnormal pronation for the individual can be irritating. Finding a combination of shoes and inserts can bring the pronation into the “non-irritating” range for a temporary period.
• The common sense rules apply, but it is normal to train with a mild ache or soreness in this area – not pain.
• It is a mistake to continue training when there is pain or no progress in healing. Progression of the damage can occur just as well with long-term moderate pain as with short term strong pain. Tendinitis will turn into a tear that requires surgery, and mild bone stress can become a stress fracture.
• It is unusual that pain starting in a single yoga pose would require a total training layoff. Staying below the threshold of irritation is the key. If the injury is not improving, a strategic healing period of 3-10 days can often jump start this process. Talk to your doctor.
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Inside of Ankle Just Above the Ankle Bone TIBIALIS POSTERIOR ANKLE
• The Tibialis Posterior tendon and two others (flexor hallucis longus and flexor digitorum longus) will hurt on the inner ankle just above the ankle bone. The pain can be mistaken for bone pain.
• The pain is often located next to the tibia, at the ankle – or back towards the Achilles tendon and sometimes feels like Achilles tendinitis. yoga your fingers up and down the Achilles tendon and if there is pain, it is Achilles tendinitis. But if there is no pain, you may have medial tibia tendinitis. The affected tendons hide deeply behind the ankle bone, making it difficult to tell where the pain originates.
• If the bone hurts when you tap on it, you have a bone injury. Initial treatment is the same for MTT and bone injury in this region.
• This pain can be part of a broader injury that includes the muscles and tendons of the inner foot or inner leg.