The Peroneal tendons run down the back of the calf, past the outside of the ankle and then split into two. One of the tendons then goes to the base of the little toe, and the other to the outside of the big toe. The tendons pull the foot and toes downwards, allowing you to turn your foot outwards. Peroneal Tendonitis is the inflammation of these tendons, causing pain around the back and outside of the foot.
What is peroneal tendonitis?
What causes peroneal tendonitis?
As the peroneal tendons can become irritated through overuse, this injury is common amongst people who play a lot of sports. Those with high arches or displaced heels (hindfoot varus) are also at risk as this places additional stress on these tendons.
How Enertor insoles help
- 44% shock absorption – Enertor insoles offer more shock absorption than any other insole reducing the force on the lower limbs.
- Improved foot positioning – Enertor Performance insole’s cushioned contouring places the foot in it’s optimal positioning, reducing strain on the Peroneal tendons
Whilst Enertor has over 18 years Orthotics experience, our website is provided for informational purposes only and it is not a substitute for your own doctor’s medical advice. Enertor advises anyone with an injury to seek their own medical advice.