Posterior Tibial Tendon Rupture
When the tibialis posterior muscle gets constricted or is extended to its full length, excitement is placed inward the tibialis posterior tendon. If this excitement (tension) is immoderate according to too much pressure or reiteration, harm to the tibialis posterior tendon can happen.
Since the signs of the posterior tibial tendon rupture are similar to ankle sprain, this disease can be diagnosed improperly. In fact the posterior tibial tendon rupture is one of the main reasons for being plagued with flat feet .