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Ankle Injuries and Conditions

The ankle joint is composed of the tibia, fibula and talus bones. The talus (or "ankle bone") connects your leg to your foot). Ligaments connect bone to bone to provide joint stability and cartilage provides a cushion or lining between the bones.

Graphic showing bones of the ankle with labeling of the fibula, tibia, medial malleolus, lateral malleolus, posterior malleolus and talus (ankle bone).

Learn more ankle injuries and conditions, as well as treatments available at HSS. (For foot conditions, see Foot Pain Causes, Conditions and Treatments.

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