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Wilkerson ankle

biomechanics and evel of ankle

Lateral ankle sprains involve what ligaments? anterior talofibular, calcaneofibular, and posterior talofibular ligaments
At what joint(s) does ankle plantar flexion and dorsiflexion occur? talocrual joint
List four activities you would use to functionally test an athlete ready to return to participation following an ankle injury. running, jumping, lateral movements, acceleration and deceleration
Which of the following tests examines the integrity of the calcaneofibular and deltoid ligaments? Talar tilt
A syndesmosis sprain involves disruption to which structure(s)? tibiofibular ligament and distal interosseous membrane
In the subtalar joint, which three composite motions result in pronation? eversion, dorsiflexion, foot abduction
Most ankle sprains occur when the ankle is forced into what positions? inversion and plantar flexion
Created by: apage