Peroneus brevis and peroneus longus tendonitis

If you order Target Plantar Fasciitis and Posterior Tibial Tendonitis, you'll see that it comes with a video. The exercises I cover in both are for the plantar fascia, the achilles tendon, and the posterior tibialis tendon (or post tibial tendon). One thing that wasn't included was what to do for the peroneal tendons (which attach to the peroneus brevis and peroneus longus muscles), which are located on the outside of the foot, opposite from the post tibial tendon.

You don't hear about it a lot, not like the Achilles tendon problems, but the fact is that quite a few people fall prey to peroneal tendon pain every year. And it can be really difficult to rehab, since the peroneal tendons are smaller and more delicate than the other major tendons in the ankle and foot. So not including the peroneus sisters was an oversight on my part, and I recently received an email from a somewhat dissatisfied customer who suffers from peroneal tendon pain. In order to make things right with him, I have just finished a video that will be available to anyone who purchases Target Plantar Fasciitis and Posterior Tibial Tendonitis (from this website; the videos are NOT included in the Kindle version of the book) starting today. And for anyone who has bought it in the past and wants to see the new exercise, just send me an email at the address listed in the book and I'll hook you up.

Along the same lines, if there's something else that you'd like to see in the book, make a comment here and let me know.


Author: Alex Nordach

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3 Responses to “Peroneus brevis and peroneus longus tendonitis”

  1. Sheree Johansen says:

    I get plantar fasciitis in both feet off and on. I have it real bad right now. I also have, I believe, the peroneus tendon problem as the outside of my left foot hurts and is real tender.

  2. Lillian says:

    It's hard to find knowledgeable people about this topic, however,
    you seem like you know what you're talking about! Thanks

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