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Ankle and Foot Muscl

Ankle and Foot Muscles

MuscleActionPrime Mover
Extensor digitorum brevis extension of 4 lesser toes
Flexor hallicis longus flexion of great toe; ankle plantar flexion/inversion
Extensor digitorum longus extension of 4 lesser toes; ankle dorsiflexion
Flexor digitorum longus flexion of 4 lesser toes; ankle plantar flexion/inversion
Soleus ankle plantar flexion
Peroneus longus ankle plantar flexion/eversion ankle eversion
Tibialis anterior ankle dorsiflexion/inversion ankle dorsiflexion
Gastrocnemius knee flexion; ankle plantar flexion ankle plantar flexion
Posterior tibialis ankle plantar flexion/inversion ankle inversion
Peroneus tertius ankle dorsiflexion/eversion
Peroneus brevis ankle plantar flexion/eversion
"Tom, Dick, and Harry" all plantar flexors and invertors; Posterior Tibialis, flexor Digitorum longus, and flexor Hallicis longus
Extensor hallicis longus extension of great toe; ankle dorsiflexion
Created by: MTaylor10