We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byArleen Underwood
Modified about 1 year ago
Foot Surface Anatomy
Bony Palpation Medial Aspect
First Metatarsalphalangeal Joint
Bony Palpation Lateral Aspect
Styloid Process (base of 5 th metatarsal)
Fifth Metatarsalphalangeal Joint
Bony Palpation Dorsal Aspect
2 nd, 3 rd, 4 th Metatarsals
2 nd, 3 rd, 4 th Metatarsalphalangeal Joint
2 nd, 3 rd Cuneiform
Bony Palpation Plantar Aspect
Medial Calcaneal Tubercle
Soft Tissue Palpation Medial and Plantar Aspect
Tibialis Posterior tendon
Tibialis Posterior tendon (blue) Flexor Digitorum Longus tendon (red) Flexor Hallucis Longus tendon (green)
“Tom, Dick, Harry”
Calcaneonavicular ligament (Spring ligament)
Medial Longitudinal arch
Soft Tissue Palpation Lateral and Dorsal Aspects
Peroneus Longus tendon (green) Peroneus Brevis tendon (red) Peroneus Tertius tendon (blue)
Extensor Hallucis Longus tendon
Extensor Digitorum Longus tendon
Extensor Digitorum Brevis tendon
Tibialis Anterior tendon
Dorsalis Pedis Pulse
Tap or Percussion Test
Distraction of Longitudinal Arch
Ankle and Foot Bones and Muscles For the Lab Exam.
Ankle/Lower Leg Anatomy.. Bones Name and locate the following bones: – Tarsals Talus Calcaneus Cuboid Cuneiforms (medial, middle, lateral) Navicular.
Plate 511 Talus Navicular Medial cuneiform Metatarsal 1 Cuboid Calcaneus Tubercle of metatarsal 5.
The Foot. Foot Anatomy The foot has many articulations which makes it a complex bone and soft tissue structure that undergoes a great deal of stress.
Foot, Ankle, & Lower Leg Anatomical Structures. Bones 28 bones in the foot Toes = phalanges (14 bones) Sesamoids Metatarsals (5 bones) Cuboid, Navicular,
DR. SREEKANTH THOTA DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY Lower limb Foot.
Anlkle joint D.Rania Gabr D.Sama. D.Elsherbiny. Calcaneus Talus Navicular Cuboid Cuneiform bones Metatarsals Phalanges Tarsal bones CuboidCalcaneus Talus.
Muscles of the foot and ankle. Anterior compartment.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written Answer this is the prompt the students will see, and where I.
Ankle, Foot & Lower Leg Muscles and Movements Look at your coloring sheet as you go thru these.
REVIEW of the ANKLE and FOOT. Name the muscle and its actions Flexor digitorum longus Actions: –toe flexion –plantar flexion, –inversion of the foot.
Flexor Digitorum Longus 1.Origin: *posterior surface of tibia *crural fascia 2. Insertion: *plantar surface of bases of the 2-5th distal phalanges 3. Action:
Muscles of the Foot, Ankle, Lower Leg. Gastrocnemius Origin Medial head medial femoral condyle; Lateral head lateral condyle Insertion the Achilles tendon,
Foot Anatomy Dr Rania Gabr. Objectives Know the retinaculae around the ankle and their relations. Discuss the characteristic features of joints of foot.
ANKLE AND FOOT Aaron Yang, Stacey Kent, Mackenzie Saxton.
The Ankle and Foot Joints. Function of the foot Provide a stable platform Generate propulsion Absorb shock.
ANATOMY FOOT AND ANKLE. RESOURCES: Getbodysmart.com
Ch. 17 Foot, Ankle, and Lower Leg. Objectives Describe the anatomy of the foot and ankle. Cite primary extrinsic and intrinsic muscles of the lower leg.
Arteries Blood supply to the foot is by branches of the posterior tibial and dorsalis pedis (dorsal artery of the foot) arteries.
ANTERIOR, LATERAL COMPARTMENTS OF THE LEG & DORSUM OF THE FOOT Dr JAMILA EL MEDANY Dr SAEED VOHRA &
ANATOMY LECTURE SOLE OF FOOT Dermatomes of the foot.
Exam 1 Section 2 ATHT 205. Layers of muscles 1-Superficial – abduct 1 st toe, abduct 5 th toe, flex toes middle- changes angle of pull for flexor.
JOINTS, PALPATIONS, & ROM FOOT AND ANKLE. BELL RINGER What bones make up the foot? What bones make up the ankle? What bones make up the lower leg? What.
Chapter 18 Review THE FOOT Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Mrs. Marr And the Lower Leg Foot Sports Medicine II.
FOOT & ANKLE. 4 Motions of the Foot PlantarflexionDorsiflexionInversionEversion.
JOINTS, PALPATIONS, & ROM FOOT AND ANKLE. JOINTS: A synovial joint, also known as a diarthrosis, is the most common and most movable type of joint in.
Ankle and Foot Tiffany, Brian, Marc. Tibiofibular Ligaments Anterior Tibiofibular Ligament Attaches the Anterior Distal Tibia to the anterior Distal Fibula.
Anatomy lecture Anterior and lateral compartment of leg.
FOOT. Dorsum of Foot Blood supply: Blood supply: Anterior tibial artery via dorsalis pedis. Arcuate artery: Dorsal metatarsals to dorsal digitals. Deep.
1 Myology Myology of the Ankle. 2 Anatomical Review: Tibia and Fibula.
H. Muscles that move the foot and toes 1. Anterior compartment a. Tibialis anterior- dorsiflexes and inverts foot 1. Originates from lateral condyle of.
Ankle Joint Dr Rania Gabr. Ankle Joint Tibia is the larger bone and the true weight bearing bone of the leg. Medial and lateral malleoli are at.
Ankle Joint. Tibia is the larger bone and the true weight bearing bone of the leg. Medial and lateral malleoli are at the distal end of the tibia and.
Lower Limb CONTENTS OF THE ANTERIOR FASCIAL COMPARTMENT OF THE LEG Muscles: The tibialis anterior, extensor digitorum longus, peroneus tertius and extensor.
Foot and Ankle Andrea, Colten, Jessica, Tyne. Surface Anatomy.
Foot Anatomy. Bone Anatomy Tarsal Bones –Calcaneus –Cuboid –Navicular –3 Cuneiforms –5 metatarsals –14 phalanges (proximal, middle, distal) Exception.
Ankle Anatomy Review Mr. Brewer. Terminology Distal – Further away from the core of the body. Proximal – Closer to the core of the body. Lateral- Away.
Dr. SREEKANTH THOTA DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY Lower limb LEG.
Foot, Ankle, & Lower Leg Anatomical Structures. Foot and Ankle Overview Bones: –Tibia (Medial Malleolus) –Fibula (Lateral Malleolus) –Tarsals TalusCalcaneusNavicularCuboid.
THE ANKLE AND FOOT. MUSLCES Plantar flexion musclesDorsiflexion muscles Posterior musclesAnterior muscles.
Plate 475 Pubofemoral ligament Iliofemoral ligament.
ESAT 3600 Fundamentals of Athletic Training. Tibiofibular joint Ankle (Talocrural) joint ◦ Distal end of tibia fibula & Talus Subtalar joint Divisions.
1 GROSS ANATOMY OF FOOT BY Dr. Ansari, prof. & chair-person, Dept.of anatomy, RAKMHSU. 10/9/2015.
Sports Medicine 15 Unit I: Anatomy Part 3 Anatomy of the Lower Limbs: The Foot, Ankle and Lower Leg By Andrew Morgan BPE/BEd.
Ankle Joint It consists of a deep socket formed by the lower end of the tibia & fibula, into which is fitted the upper part of the body of the talus. The.
Ankle Joint The tibia and the fibula go from the knee to the ankle. In between is the interosseous membrane which provides muscle attachments.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.