PTM

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5,6,9,10) Patients typically have a flatfooted heel-toe progression and a poor or absent heel rise, in fact those with a dysfunctional tibialis posterior muscle asked to rise onto their toes from a position of single-leg stance are either completely unable to comply or can do so only to a limited degree.
Care must be taken to identify and release the separate compartment of the tibialis posterior muscle when decompressing the deep posterior compartment.
There was full strength of the tibialis posterior muscles bilaterally.