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Supination Injury

Supination Trauma


  • We report this complex presentation sustained following a supination-abduction force. Case report A 20-year-old male, presented to the emergency department after a motor vehicle collision.[faoj.org]
  • All skeletally mature patients ( 16 years old) with a unilateral Lauge-Hansen supination-external rotation type 4 ankle fractures treated within one week after injury at our hospital were considered eligible for the present study.[clinicaltrials.gov]
  • This study presented an accidental supination ankle sprain injury occurred in a laboratory under a high-speed video and plantar pressure capturing setting.[ostrc.no]
  • The present study indicates that these in vivo pain threshold levels represent approximately 50% of the rotation to failure and 25% of the torque to failure.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • This study presented an accidental supination ankle sprain injury that occurred in a laboratory under a high-speed video and plantar pressure capturing setting.[dspace.lboro.ac.uk]
  • I iced it, and the pain subsided. Over the next week, the pain intensified, and relieved. I went to urgent care yesterday. I tore the Soleus muscle.[forums.zenlabsfitness.com]
  • In a prior in vivo study, approximately 10 Nm of external foot torque and 20 degrees of foot rotation could be tolerated prior to the initiation of pain.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Frequent pains at the ankle Clawed hammertoes or toes Swelling of the foot, ankle, or heel.[runnerclick.com]
  • Critical bony and ligamentous structures like the fifth metatarsal base, the calcaneo-cuboideal ligament, the ligaments of the anterior calcaneal process, the talus and syndesmotic ligaments have to be screened for pain and swelling.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • We hypothesized that patients with more disability and those with anxiety or depressive symptoms would have greater exp ...… The purpose of this study was to perform a histological comparative analysis of tibiotalar joint samples taken from areas of osteolysis[player.fm]
  • .8,9 Although the deformity starts as a dynamic deficit, it progresses to a fixed supination contracture as interosseous membrane stiffness, muscle shortening, and joint stiffness increases.10 The posture in forearm supination presents serious functional disabilities[kundoc.com]
  • All English, French, German, and Italian literature was included. The search terms contained: PubMed: 1.[kundoc.com]
Ankle Pain
  • Other Causes of Supination Include: Sedentary lifestyle Hard Surfaces Limited range of motion Standing for long periods of time Overuse injuries Injuries That Occur Because of Supination Ankle Sprains Ankle pain Wear and tear on outside of feet It band[khohealth.com]
  • People who supinate too much are at greater risk of developing certain conditions and symptoms, including: ankle pain ankle sprains calluses or bunions on the outer edge of the foot hammertoes or clawed toes iliotibial band pain syndrome pain in the ball[medicalnewstoday.com]
Foot Pain
  • Tight shoes can cause limping from foot pain. Oversized shoes can also impair your gait. Either way, you’ll be putting unnecessary stress on your knees and hips. Stability sneakers provide cushioning and help control over pronation.[orthofeet.com]
  • In addition to foot pain while running, undersupinators are at risk of developing: IT Pain Syndrome Calluses and bunions Hammertoes or clawed toes Stress fractures Inflammation and swelling It’s a less common problem, and supination is not as strong as[roadrunnersports.com]
  • Watch out for uneven or hard surfaces that may be making your form and foot pain worse. Listen to your body. Take time off if pain worsens and spreads up the legs.[draxe.com]
Ankle Arthritis
  • .… Over the past decade, total ankle arthroplasty (TAA) has become a mainstay in the treatment of end-stage ankle arthritis.[player.fm]
Foot Deformity
  • .… Hallux valgus is one of the most common foot deformities. This long-term follow-up study compared the results of 2 widely used operative treatments for hallux valgus: the scarf and chevron osteotomy.[player.fm]
Joint Stiffness
  • stiffness increases.10 The posture in forearm supination presents serious functional disabilities.[kundoc.com]
Panic Attacks
  • So I have bad anxiety and occasional panic attacks. I found running and fell in love. My anxiety was dramaticly reduced. I walked for 3 weeks then built up to run/walk. 11 days ago I was out running and I developed a pain in my shins.[forums.zenlabsfitness.com]


  • Failure to respond to this regimen may indicate underlying pathology, and a further workup may be needed. Subluxation of the ECU Subluxation of the ECU tendon should be considered in the athlete with ulnar wrist pain.[bsems.com.au]


  • […] findings, we recommend the following strategy for the treatment of supination deformity.[kundoc.com]
  • .… Over the past decade, total ankle arthroplasty (TAA) has become a mainstay in the treatment of end-stage ankle arthritis.[player.fm]
  • The active range of motionin the ankle joint was less at the end of treatment in group 2 than in group 1.[sajp.co.za]
  • : - frequently does well w/ closed reduction; - Operative Treatment: - may be fixed w/ 2 malleolar screws & single fibular screw; - fibula : - K wires, 1.6 mm & figure of 8 tension band wires; - for larger frag use one third tubular plate ; - operative[wheelessonline.com]
  • Treatment of acute sport injuries usually follows the RICE protocol (rest, ice, compression, elevation).[amboss.com]


  • Failure of conservative treatment Differential diagnosis : ankle fracture Prognosis Most ankle sprains heal well.[amboss.com]
  • The management and prognosis of such complex midtarsal injuries in the literature have not been elaborated, except for a few case reports favoring open reduction and internal fixation [9].[faoj.org]


  • Overview List of topics covered in this card: Sport injuries covered in other cards: Injuries to the bones, tendons, and ligaments Patellar tendon rupture Injuries to ankle ligaments Etiology Supination injury to the ankle joint ; sprain of the lateral[amboss.com]


  • For the study, published this month in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, Danish researchers shared the results of their “one-year epidemiological observational prospective cohort study,” in which they asked 927 novice runners to participate.[nationalpost.com]
  • Related Medscape Reference topics : Ankle Impingement Syndrome Ankle Sprain Ankle Taping and Bracing Related Medscape resources Resource Center Exercise and Sports Medicine Resource Center Joint Disorders Specialty Site Orthopaedics Epidemiology Frequency[emedicine.medscape.com]
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  • To prevent the fall, the lead foot then hits the ground immediately followed by the rear leg that swings forward quickly. The cycle keeps on repeating with all the steps.[runnerclick.com]
  • Prevention Orthotic inserts help correct supination by providing support that prevents the outward over-rotation of your foot.[sportsrec.com]
  • This support allows the foot to move naturally while preventing the weakening and collapse of the arch.[yoursole.com]
  • […] and are best treated and prevented with orthotic inserts.[stretchcoach.com]

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