The ankle joint is formed by the juxtaposition of the tibia and tibia at the top and the talus at the bottom. The strongest torso of the body, the Achilles tendon, is located behind this joint. Twisting is commonly seen in this joint.
Pain, swelling, dryness, limited movement, and traumatic injuries are the most common causes of a patient's visit to the doctor due to ankle problems.
In the articles on "ankle", we try to examine the specific problems of this part of the body in terms of orthopedics. You can go to the corresponding page by pointing to each header.