23 yo female came in last year with a bad Lisfranc fracture that she sustained at home, in a low energy twisting injury.
Pt followed up with us 18 months later complaining of hindfoot pain —she attributed to her Lisfranc injury.
After some discussion we regrettably informed her that her sinus tarsi syndrome was a result of her pes planus/flat foot deformity, and unrelated to her midfoot trauma. Thankfully her fusions healed well, and this area was asymptomatic on exam.
Arch supports and sinus tarsi injection was utilized to start….To be continued..
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