Proximal Tibiofibular Glide Syndrome
Pain on the lateral proximal portion of the fibula and possibly radiating numbness down the lateral leg into the dorsum of the foot. This is due to excessive motion of the fibula due to pull of the lateral hamstrings during activity.
- Manually glide fibular head back to normal alignment (using uninjured side as guideline).
- Tape fibular head in normal alignment for stability.
- Address hamstring length problems.
- Address lack of talocrural dorsiflexion.