Ankle Impingement is the medical condition where the bone spurs or soft tissue structures are compressed during activities that involve maximal ankle dorsiflexion motion. This causes pain at the front of the ankle. Usually patients and sportsmen will have difficulty in squatting , running sitting in indian commode
The different non-surgical treatment options are:
The doctors might recommend surgical options for treating this condition if the non-surgical treatment is not effective in relieving the symptoms. Surgery is also recommended when the removal of the prominent impinging bone spurs or soft tissue structures can help relieve the symptoms. The removal of the bone spurs are usually surgically removed using the Ankle Arthroscopy technique.
This is a minimal invasive surgical procedure performed to diagnose and treat problems in the ankle joint.
Basically, the doctor will make a very small incision and insert the Arthroscope, a tiny camera, into your ankle enabling them to view the inside of the joint on the screen. The surgeons will then investigate the issue with the ankle and correct it, if necessary, using small instruments within the arthroscope.
Arthroscopic ankle surgery helps in diagnosing and treating several ankle with minimal risk. The recovery time and the prognosis will depend on the extent of the ankle injury and the complexity of the procedure.