Peroneal Tendon

There are a number of tendons in the foot which helps control movement whilst walking and running. The two major tendons which go around the outside of the ankle are called the peroneal tendons. These tendons help to control movement and prevent lateral (inversion) ankle sprains. Overuse and injury of these tendons causes dysfunction and weakness. Normally, these tendons pass behind the bone on the outside of the ankle (fibula). In some instances, injury can cause the natural restraining mechanism to fail and allow the tendons to slip over the bone (Peroneal tendon dislocation).

Foot Surgery

We provide surgical management for a wide range of foot conditions including detailed assessment and post operative care.


Podiatric biomechanics involves the assessment of the structure, alignment and function of the feet and legs.

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