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OIF Ankle/ Lower Leg

Origin of Tibialis Anterior Lateral condyle and lateral surface(upper) of tibia
Insertion of Tibialis Anterior Medial cuiniform and base of MT 1
Function of Tibialis Anterior Dorsiflexes and supinates foot
Origin of Extensor Hallicus longus fibula and interosseous membrane
Insertion of Extensor Hallicus longus dorsal surface of distal first toe
Function of Extensor Hallicus longus dorsiflexes ankle and extends first toe
Origin of Extensor Digitorum Longus anterior surface of fibula, lateral condyle of tibia, and interosseous membrane
Insertion of Extensor Digitorum Longus common extensor tendon(lateral 4 toes)
Function of Extensor Digitorum Longus dorsiflexes foot and extends toes
Origin of Tibialis Posterior interosseous membrane
Insertion of Tibialis Posterior navicular and cuiniform
Function of Tibialis Posterior plantar flexes and supinates foot
Origin of Flexor Hallicus Longus posterior surface of fibula
Insertion of Flexor Hallicus Longus distal great toe
Function of Flexor Hallicus Longus plantar flexes ankle and flexes great toe
Origin of Flexor Digitorum Longus posterior shaft of tibia
Insertion of Flexor Digitorum Longus distal lateral toes
Function of Flexor Digitorum Longus plantar flexes ankle and flexes toes
Origin of Peroneus Longus lateral surface of fibula
Insertion of Peroneus Longus lateral MT 1 and medial cuiniform
Function of Peroneus Longus everts foot and plantar flexes ankle
Origin of Gastrocnemius lateral and medial condyle of the femur
Insertion of Gastrocnemius achilles
Function of Gastrocnemius flexes knee, plantar flexes ankle, supinates foot
Origin of Soleus posterior head of fibula and medial border of tibia
Insertion of Soleus achilles
Function of Soleus plantar flexes ankle and supinates foot
Origin of Plantaris lateral condyle of femur
Insertion of Plantaris achilles
Function of Plantaris plantar flexes foot and slightly flexes knee
Created by: 18stonkyl
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