|Condition||Common Signs & Symptoms|
(Inversion/Eversion Injury of the Ankle)
|High Ankle Sprain
|Lisfranc Joint Injury
(Ruptured Tarso-Metatarsal Ligaments)
|Os Trigonum Syndrome
(Floating bone in back of ankle)
(Fracture of the Lateral Process of the Talus Bone)
Tibialis Posterior Pain
(Acquired Flat Foot)
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