Posterior Tibialis Tendinopathy Treatment Overview
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First steps to consider
- If symptoms are mild, you can treat it at home.
- Rest and elevate your foot and avoid physical activity. Using ice and taking ibuprofen (Advil) can help reduce pain and inflammation.
- Using an arch support or heel wedge in your shoe may also help.
When you may need a provider
- Your symptoms have not improved in 2–3 weeks.
- If you can’t walk on the foot, and you have severe pain around the inner ankle and foot bone, get same-day care with your provider, urgent care, or the emergency department.
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