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Achilles Tendon Rupture

SYMPTOMS

A sharp sudden pain in the Achilles tendon during activity, often recognised by the patient and people around as a loud snap, followed by the inability to continue. Often the patient believes somebody has hit them over the calf. It is most common in middle-aged recreational athletes in impact sports such as badminton […]

Hallux Valgus

SYMPTOMS

Increasing stiffness, aching pain and typical deformation of MTP I without preceding trauma. Often the symptoms are bilateral. This condition is commonly presented by middle-aged recreational athletes or sedentary people, predominantly female, but it can occur in younger individuals.

AETIOLOGY

The aetiology is unclear but there is possibly a genetic predisposition to this disease, […]

Hallux Rigidus

SYMPTOMS

There is increasing stiffness and exercise-induced pain around MTP I without preceding trauma, usually affecting adult athletes. This condition can be mistaken for ‘turf toe’, which is common in young footballers.

AETIOLOGY

The aetiology is unclear but there is a possible genetic predisposition.

CLINICAL FINDINGS

There is decreased active and passive range […]