Is TAA Effective in Patients with Stiff Ankles?

Recent studies suggest TAA preserves—and may even increase—range of motion

Jennie McKee

“Ankle arthritis is unlike arthritis in other joints,” said James W. Brodsky, MD. “In the ankle, the loss of motion may not be proportional to the severity of the arthritis, nor is there necessarily contracture or extreme loss of motion.”

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