What is the treatment for sinus tarsi syndrome?

The treatment program of STS includes proprioceptive training, balance training, taping and bracing, muscle strengthening exercises and orthese. Some athletes have synovitis of the joint and anti-inflammatory medication would be helpful to reduce the inflammation. Ice on the affected area can help too.

Is there a cure for oral lichen planus?

Oral lichen planus is a chronic condition. There is no cure, so the treatment focuses on helping severe lesions heal and reducing pain or other discomfort. Your doctor will monitor your condition to determine the appropriate treatment or stop treatment as necessary.

What triggers oral lichen planus?

But more research is needed to determine the exact cause. It’s possible that, in some people, oral lichen planus may be triggered by certain medications, mouth injury, infection or allergy-causing agents such as dental materials. Stress may be involved in symptoms becoming worse or recurring.

Should I worry about oral lichen planus?

Usually oral lichen planus only needs to be treated when there are painful symptoms. Sometimes patients with white patches that are not painful complain of a slight roughness of the lining of the mouth. But this usually does not need any treatment.

How long does it take for sinus tarsi to heal?

Athletes who have undergone ligamentous reconstructions will commonly be immobilized for a 6-week period, followed by a rehabilitation program to regain normal ankle mobility, strength, and balance. Return to athletic activities usually begins at 4 to 6 months post-operatively.

What is the best medicine for lichen planus?

The first choice for treatment of lichen planus is usually a prescription corticosteroid cream or ointment. If that doesn’t help and your condition is severe or widespread, your doctor might suggest a corticosteroid pill or injection.

What does lichen planus in the mouth look like?

In the mouth, lichen planus appears as white, net-like patches, most often seen on the inner cheeks. This oral lichen planus does not usually cause symptoms, though severe outbreaks may develop painful sores and ulcers in the mouth.