Anatomy

Plantar flexion

Plantar Flexion

Plantar flexion is the movement that occurs at the ankle where the foot pointed downwards. For example when you go up onto your toes. It is the opposite of dorsiflexion, which is pointing the foot …

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Resisted dorsiflexion

Dorsiflexion

Dorsiflexion is the movement that occurs at the ankle where the foot lifted upwards. It is the opposite of plantar flexion, which is pointing the foot downwards as occurs when going up onto your toes. …

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Human muscles

Human Muscles

Here we explain the major muscles of the human body. If you know where muscles attach and how they contract then you can know how to exercise those muscles and diagnose injuries. Foot & ankle …

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Wrist anatomy

Wrist Anatomy

Wrist anatomy is the study of the bones, ligaments and other structures in the wrist. The wrist joint is a complex joint which connects the forearm to the hand, allowing a wide range of movement. …

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