Ankle Anatomy/Joint Mobility

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Ankle Anatomy/Joint Mobility
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Ankle Anatomy Joint Mobility PTA 204
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Ankle Anatomy/Joint Mobility PP from shatchew and KP. UNFINISHED 3/5/14
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  1. Subtalar joint talus is concave or convex
    concave
  2. Subtalar joint calcaneous is concave or convex
    convex
  3. movements at subtalar joint
    • inversion
    • eversion
  4. talocrural joint talus is convex or concave
    convex
  5. talocrural joint tib/fib is
    concave
  6. what 3 muscles' tendons loop around the sustentaculum tali?
    • Post tib
    • flexor digitorum longus
    • flexor hallucis
  7. talocrural is responsible for these motions
    • DF
    • PF
  8. subtalar and midtarsal responsible for these motions
    • inversion
    • eversion
  9. midfoot and forefoot responsible for these motions
    • add
    • abd
  10. CKC what direction does leg rotate on foot during DF
    medially
  11. CKC what direction does leg rotate on foot during PF
    lat
  12. OKC what other direction does the foot go in DF
    abd
  13. OKC what other direction does the foot go in PF
    add
  14. LCL of the ankle is composed of these parts
    • anterior talofibular lig
    • posterior talofibular lig
    • calcaneofibular lig
  15. deltoid ligament function
    • strengthens medial side
    • holds the calcaneous and navicular against the talus
    • helps maintain medial longitudinal arch
  16. function of arches
    • absorb shock
    • adjust to terrain
    • propel body forward
  17. three WB points of foot
    • 1st and 5th metatarsal
    • base of calcaneous
  18. central/top most part (keystone) of medial longitudinal arch
    talus
  19. keystone of transverse arch
    2nd cuneiform
  20. the muscles that maintain arch mostly are responsible for these motions
    the everters and inverters
  21. plantar fascia location and function
    • calcaneus to proximal phalanges
    • increases stability of foot and arches during WB and walking
    • acts as a tie rod, keeps calcaneus and talus together with anterior tarsals and metatarsals

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