Zone 1 – Tuberosity avulsion fracture (aka “Pseudo-Jones” or “Dancer’s” fracture) Involves the proximal tubercle Mechanism: Inversion and plantar flexion (e.g. landing awkwardly after a jump) results in avulsion fracture from the long plantar ligament, lateral band of the plantar fascia, or contraction of the peroneus brevis.What is a 5th metatarsal shaft “dancers” fracture?
A 5th metatarsal shaft “Dancer’s” fracture is an injury that is usually treated non-operatively. The injury will likely heal with non-operative treatment. Treatment involves relative rest and time to allow the fracture to heal.How long does it take to recover from a dancer’s fracture?
It often takes 4 or more months for a full recovery to occur. **There is another fracture that may also be referred to as a dancer’s fracture. However, since this fracture of the fifth metatarsal was first described in ballet dancer’s, it has become known as a dancer’s fracture as well.Are the orthobullets techniques fully complete?
Orthobullets Techniques are largerly incomplete at this time, and will see rapid improvement as they are updated by experts in the field over the coming months. Mastery Trigger: Check the "Mark Skill as Read" under each Step.