What Are The Symptoms Of Tarsal Coalition?


People with tarsal coalition may have pain in their foot.  The pain can be severe and achy to superficial and mild.  The pain can be widespread in the foot, or be more focally located directly at the rearfoot where the coalition is.  Muscle spasms may occur as a response to the restricted motion, and specifically involve the peroneal muscles.  Coalitions often also cause a rigid flat foot – which independently be a tremendous source of arch pain and heel pain.