Tight Peroneal muscles can cause injuries, affect our feet and calves, impact our mobility, and place strain on other joints. Here are three issue that can be caused by tight Peroneal.
1. Tibialis anterior tendonitis (inflammation)
2. Stress Fracture
3. Shin Splints
Pain Pattern are caused by hyper-irritated points in muscles called a “Trigger Point”. Trigger Points can cause pain pattern that are called referral pain. The picture below are the typical pain patterns for the Peroneal muscles. Information and pictures are from Travell and Simon’s Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction, The Trigger Point Manual. Illustrations by Barbara Cummings.
Peroneal longus, brevis, and tertius
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