Re: Inner ankle pain...scar tiisue??
I'd see if they could do another MRI, although I trust them about as far as I can throw them.
I"ve never had an MRI (I've had lots of them on my ankle) that didn''t miss something major.
I've had it miss peroneal tendon tears (as in plural), PTT tear, and ocd lesions. But, how to convince your dr. to keep looking, I don't know.
My PTT tear was not in the arch. That's where the PTT attaches, I believe, but mine was under and behind my medial malleolus (the inside ankle bone) and that is where the tear was. My dr. went in for surgery for "tendonitis" but actually, my PTT and peroneal tendons were stuck down with scar tissue and my PTT was torn. So it was a good thing he decided to go in there to clean things up. Nothing showed up on films. I think scar tissue won't show up on MRI and as far as I'm concerned, very few tears show up on MRI.
Can you get up on your tip toes while standing only on your left foot? That will give you a clue if something is going on with your PTT. If it is hard, painful, or impossible, to get on your tip toes, then you know something is probably going on there.
Brostrom x2, peroneal tendon repair x2, Peroneal subluxation, PTT tendon repair, microfracture x5, OATS, Distraction arthroplasty, ORIF talus & fibula, subtalar fusion, ankle replacement (failed)