The posterior tibial tendon serves as one of the major supporting structures of the foot, helping it to function while walking.
PTTD is often called adult acquired flatfoot because it is the most common type of flatfoot developed during adulthood.
For our patient’s convenience, we offer foot and ankle treatments for all kinds of conditions such as Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction in Adrian, MI, Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction in Ann Arbor, MI, and Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction in Jackson, MI. We have our own digital x-ray, MRI, Cat-scan, and ultrasound equipment at many of our podiatry clinics. Our on-site podiatric physical therapy clinics allow for constant communication between the physicians and physical therapists, ensuring the most effective therapy and successful recovery for our patients.