Talar Tilt Tests

Talar Tilt Tests are physical examinations used to evaluate the integrity of the talar dome, which is the upper surface of the talus (ankle) bone. This test is used to help diagnose ankle pathology and to differentiate between conditions such as joint arthritis and ligament tears. The test procedure involves manipulating the foot and ankle into various positions, including the talar tilt test where the foot is internally rotated and placed into a varus position. The condition of the dome is then examined