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  • Tendon may also attach to the lateral meniscus
  • Absent in 5-10% of the population
  • The leg

    1. 1. + ESS 3092: KINESIOLOGY Week 14: Wednesday
    2. 2. + Tibia & Fibula  Bony Landmarks  Superior & Inferior articulations 3
    3. 3. + Popliteus  Origin  Lateral aspect of the lateral femoral condyle via the popliteus tendon  Insertion  Posterior surface of the tibia  Proximal to the soleal line  Location  Posterior  Not easily palpated  Action  Knee flexion  Tibial internal rotation 4
    4. 4. + Plantaris  Origin  Lower aspect of the lateral supracondylar ridge  Insertion  Posterior surface of the calcaneus via the tendo calcaneus  Location  Posterior  Action  Unknown  Minor knee flexion/ankle plantarflexion
    5. 5. + The Leg 6
    6. 6. + Plantarflexors 7
    7. 7. + Manual of Structural Kinesiology The Ankle and Foot Joints 11-8 Gastrocnemius Muscle Plantar flexion of ankle Flexion of knee
    8. 8. + Manual of Structural Kinesiology The Ankle and Foot Joints 11-9 Soleus Muscle Plantar flexion of ankle
    9. 9. + Manual of Structural Kinesiology The Ankle and Foot Joints 11- 10 Peroneus Longus (fibularis) Muscle Eversion of foot Plantar flexion of ankle
    10. 10. + Manual of Structural Kinesiology The Ankle and Foot Joints 11- 11 Peroneus Brevis (fibularis) Muscle Eversion of foot Plantar flexion of ankle
    11. 11. + Manual of Structural Kinesiology The Ankle and Foot Joints 11- 12 Tibialis Posterior Muscle Plantar flexion of ankle Inversion of foot
    12. 12. + Manual of Structural Kinesiology The Ankle and Foot Joints 11- 13 Flexor Digitorum Longus Muscle Flexion of 4 lesser toes at metatarsophalangeal, proximal & distal interphalangeal joints Plantar flexion of ankle Inversion of foot
    13. 13. + Dorsiflexors 14
    14. 14. + Anterior Leg 15
    15. 15. + Manual of Structural Kinesiology The Ankle and Foot Joints 11- 16 Tibialis Anterior Muscle Dorsiflexion of ankle Inversion of foot
    16. 16. + Manual of Structural Kinesiology The Ankle and Foot Joints 11- 17 Extensor Digitorum Longus Muscle Extension of four lesser toes at metatarsophalangeal, proximal & distal interphalangeal joints Dorsiflexion of ankle Eversion of foot
    17. 17. + Manual of Structural Kinesiology The Ankle and Foot Joints 11- 18 Extensor Hallucis Longus Muscle Extension of great toe at metatarsophalangeal & interphalangeal joints Dorsiflexion of ankle Weak inversion of foot
    18. 18. + Shin Splints  Muscles affected: Tibialis anterior, tibialis posterior, 19
    19. 19. + Muscle commonly involved in eversion  Extensor digitorum longus  Peroneus longus  Peroneus brevis 20

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