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Proper Diagnosis Could Augment Speedy Recovery Of Haglund’s Syndrom

Haglund’s syndrome, a common running ailment, can be treated in a short time if diagnosed properly. According to Dr. Ronald Adler, chief, Division of Ultrasound// and Body CT, the ultrasound technology could be used to accurately diagnose the ailment and relieve the pain of the patient.

One condition that many runners seek treatment for is associated with a painful bump on the back of the heel, caused by the back of the shoe consistently rubbing against the heel. Often mistaken for tendonitis, superficial irritation or inflammatory arthritis, the proper diagnosis of this condition, Haglund’s syndrome, is essential in order to ensure that patients receive the appropriate treatment.

Radiologist Dr. Ronald Adler, chief, Division of Ultrasound and Body CT, and colleagues at Hospital for Special Surgery, in New York City, described in a study published in the February issue of the HSS Journal, how they have used ultrasound technology to both accurately diagnose and potentially relieve the associated pain of Haglund’s syndrome. Once the diagnosis is confirmed, Dr. Adler and his team use ultrasound to guide an injection of medication directly into the affected area, thus prolonging and, in some cases, eliminating the need for surgery.

"Patients often feel better from the anesthetic, which usually lasts several hours," said Dr. Adler. "A more prolonged response usually begins two to three days following the injection, once the steroids kick in. An ultrasound-guided injection allows us to directly target the painful area or bursa, thereby avoiding an injection into the tendon. This is the real advantage of ultrasound, since blind injections into the tendon can further weaken it, predisposing the tendon to rupture."

A surgical option may also have been considered requiring longer rehabilitation, with several months of restricted activity.

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