Ankle Arthritis

Arthritis in the ankle often stems from a previous injury or misalignment.

Osteoarthritis is a common joint condition caused by deterioration or loss of cartilage. The reasons cartilage wears away are not always understood. But when osteoarthritis affects the ankle, there is often an underlying cause. “About 75% of cases of ankle arthritis are post-traumatic,” says Cleveland Clinic foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeon Stephen Pinney, MD. The […]
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