DRS, PF with ankle pain. Is this unusual?Posted by Kelly on 3/13/04 at 03:05 (146844)
I have suffered from PF for a little over two years. During the two years, I have been diagnosed with several disorders: my first diagnosis was PF. My second diagnosis was TTS. My Third diagnosis was achilles tendonitis. Now, I have been diagnosed with PF again.
I have PF symtoms such as pain in getting up from sitting and waking up in the morning.
My ankles are hurting and I don't know what to make of it.
Is it unusal to have ankle pain with a diagnosis of PF?
Thank you very much,
Re: DRS, PF with ankle pain. Is this unusual?Dr. Z on 3/13/04 at 09:29 (146857)
With pf your foot and entire lower extremity will compensate and can cause foot, ankle, other tendon pain, and at times TTS. TTS can also cause lateral ankle pain. How is your other foot or is this in both feet
Re: DRS, PF with ankle pain. Is this unusual?Kelly on 3/13/04 at 13:03 (146876)
Thank you for your response. Yes, this is occuring with both feet and ankles.
TTS was ruled out of because I did not have tingling sensations when the tap test (I can't think of the name of the test. But, tapping the insides of my ankle, etc.)was done.
Re: DRS, PF with ankle pain. Is this unusual?Dr. Z on 3/14/04 at 14:12 (146956)
Tinnel signs was probaby the test.