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Os trigonum syndrome, a musculoskeletal disorder causing posterior ankle pain, occurs in approximately one in every 13 people. This condition can be challenging for the athletic trainer when evaluating an acute ankle injury. We present a unique case of an os trigonum successfully treated with conservative rehabilitation without a definitive diagnosis.

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Acute Posterior Ankle Pain in a Female Recreational Soccer Player

Os trigonum syndrome, a musculoskeletal disorder causing posterior ankle pain, occurs in approximately one in every 13 people. This condition can be challenging for the athletic trainer when evaluating an acute ankle injury. We present a unique case of an os trigonum successfully treated with conservative rehabilitation without a definitive diagnosis.