Peroneal Tendonitis is associated with pain to the outside region of the foot and ankle following the course of the peroneal tendons. Peroneal Tendonitis is most commonly seen in people with history of ankle sprains and people with Pes Cavus, or high arch. 

A stable shoe with a wide base of support is reduces the potential tendency to have the heel bone invert or turn in. A orthotic with a valgus post inside the supportive shoe will further prevent the tendency for the foot to turn in reduces tension in the Peroneal Tendon. 

Visit SLO Motion Shoes for all your footwear and orthotic needs for peroneal tendonitis and many other lower extremity conditions. 



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