In this video we explain tarsal tunnel syndrome's causes, symptoms and treatment options.
The tarsal tunnel in the ankle is the equivalent of the carpal tunnel in the wrist. It's located inside the ankle next to the ankle bones.
It's job is to protect veins, arteries, tendons and nerves, one of these being the posterior tibial nerve. When this nerve is squeezed, or compressed, it results in a condition called tarsal tunnel syndrome (TTS).
Accurate diagnosis of tarsal tunnel is crucial to stopping further damage. With decades of experience armed with state-of-the-art testing techniques we can ensure a pinpoint diagnosis.