The midtarsal joint is also known as Chopart’s joint and consists of the talonavicular joint (between the talus and navicular bones) and calcaneocuboid joint (between the calcaeus or heel bone and the cuboid bone).
Injury to the midtarsal joint is rare but is more likely seen in gymnasts, footballers and sports involving jumping.
· Placing the foot into inversion may cause pain.
An MRI scan may be done to confirm the diagnosis.
An X-ray can be done to rule out a fracture.
PHYSIOLINE’S SPECIALIZED PHYSIOTHERAPY HAS VITAL ROLE TO PLAY
At Physioline, all the members of the rehabilitation team work together so as to provide proper care and the therapy in order :
· A corticosteroid injection may be done if symptoms persist.
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