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Painful, progressive flatfoot in adults goes by a variety of names, including posterior tibial tendon dysfunction, posterior tibial tendon insufficiency, and adult acquired flatfoot, but the condition is not always related to the posterior tibial tendon.
Let the staff at Great Lakes Foot & Ankle Centers determine the cause and the proper treatment.
The staff may make a hands-on examination of your foot and ankle, and may also observe you as you walk. X-rays and MRI scans are often not required during an evaluation.
The range of treatments typically includes rest, casts, anti-inflammatories, and orthoses.