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Bottleneck syndrome

Bony changes at the front or rear edge of the tibia and at the ankle result in painful movement restrictions in the ankle joint – tibiotalar impingement or footballer’s ankle. These movement restrictions are caused by either scar tissue, inflammation or bony spurs and are usually the result of repeated injuries and strains to the ligaments.

My treatment spectrum

Arthroscopic decompression

The resulting ossifications are removed through a keyhole surgical procedure. Full mobility and freedom from pain are restored.

My range of treatments for ankle injuries

Other clinical pictures

Ligament injuries