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Ankle & Foot (2). Inversion: Tarsal Joints.  Range of motion 0° – 35 ° Testing position Short sitting with knee flexed to 90° & the lower leg over the edge of the supporting surface Stabilization Stabilize the tibia and fibula to prevent:

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Ankle foot 2

Ankle & Foot (2)


Ankle foot 2

Inversion: Tarsal Joints


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 Range of motion

0° – 35 °

Testing position

Short sitting with knee flexed to 90° & the lower leg over the edge of the supporting surface

Stabilization

Stabilize the tibia and fibula to prevent:

Medial rotation & extension of knee + lateral rotation & abduction of hip


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 Goniometer Alignment

Fulcrum

Anterior aspect of the ankle midway between the malleoli

Proximal Arm

Anterior midline of the lower leg, using the tibial tuberosity for reference

Distal Arm

Anterior midline of the second metatarsal


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 Patient Instruction

Ask the patient to turn their foot in.


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 Normal End Feel

Firm, because of tension in:

  • Joint capsule

  • Anterior & posterior talofibular ligaments

  • Calcaneofibular ligament

  • Anterior, posterior & interosseous talocalcaneal ligament

  • Dorsal calcaneal ligaments

  • Dorsal calcaneocuboid ligament

  • Dorsal talonavicular ligament

  • Lateral band of bifurcate ligament

  • Transverse metatarsal ligament

  • Dorsal, planter, interosseous cuboidonavicular, cuneonavicular, intercuneiform, cuneocuboid, TMT, & intermetatarsal joints

  • Peroneus longus & brevis muscles


Inversion muscle

Inversion Muscle

Tibialis posterior


Tibialis posterior

Tibialis Posterior

Origin:

Shaft of tibia + interosseous membrane + shaft of fibula + deep transverse

fascia + intermascualr septum

Insertion:

Navicular tuberosity + cuneiform bones + suntestaculum tail + 2-4 metatarsal

Innervation:

Tibial Nerve (L4-L5, & sometimes S1)


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 Patient Position

Short sitting with ankle in slight planter flexion

Test For Grades 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and 0

 Therapist and Patient Instructions  

Sitting next to test limb place the resistance hand over the dorsum and medial side of the foot at the metatarsal heads. The stabilizing hand is placed around the posterior ankle just above the malleoli. Resistance is given in the direction of eversion and toward slight dorsiflexion, almost as if pulling up and around laterally. Ask the patient to, “turn your foot down and in, toward your other foot, don’t let me push it out.”


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Grade 5 (Normal): completes full range of motion and holds against maximal resistance.

Grade 4 (Good): completes available range of motion and holds against strong to moderate resistance.

Grade 3 (Fair): the patient will be able to invert the foot through full available range of motion.

Grade 2 (Poor): completes only partial range of motion.

Grade 1 (Trace): palpate tendon of tibialis posterior between the medial malleolus & navicular bone, or above the malleolu. If palpable activity occurs with no movement, the grade is 1.

Grade 0 (Zero): no palpable contraction

Test For Grades 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and 0


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  • Substitution by the Flexors of the toes should remain relaxed to prevent substitution by the Flexor digitorum longus & Flexor hallucis longus

 Substitution 


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Eversion:

Tarsal Joints


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 Range of motion

0° – 25 °

Testing position

Short sitting with knee flexed to 90° & the lower leg over the edge of the supporting surface

Stabilization

Stabilize the tibia and fibula to prevent:

Lateral rotation & flexion of knee + Medial rotation & abduction of hip


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 Goniometer Alignment

Fulcrum

Anterior aspect of the ankle midway between the malleoli

Proximal Arm

Anterior midline of the lower leg, using the tibial tuberosity for reference

Distal Arm

Anterior midline of the second metatarsal


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 Patient Instruction

Ask the patient to turn their foot out.


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Normal End Feel

Hard, because of tension in:

  • Contact between the calcaneus & the floor of the sinus tarsi

    Or

    Firm, because of tension in:

  • Joint capsule

  • Deltoid ligament

  • Medial talocalcaneal ligament

  • Planter calcaneonavicular ligament

  • Calcaneocuboid ligament

  • Dorsal talonavicular ligament

  • Medial band of bifurcate ligament

  • Transverse metatarsal ligament

  • Dorsal, planter, interosseous cuboidonavicular, cuneonavicular, intercuneiform, cuneocuboid, TMT, & intermetatarsal joints

  • Tibialis posterior muscles


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Foot Eversion With Planter Flexion


Foot eversion with planter flexion muscles

Foot Eversion With Planter Flexion Muscles

Peroneus Longus

Peroneus brevis


Peroneus longus

Peroneus Longus

Origin:

Head & shaft of fibula + lateral condyle of tibia + fascia cruris +

intermascular septum

Insertion:

1st metatarsal + medial cuneiform + occasionally from other metatarsals

Innervation:

Superficial Peroneal Nerve (L5-S1)


Peroneus brevis

Peroneus Brevis

Origin:

Shaft of fibula + crural intermascular septum

Insertion:

5th metatarsal

Innervation:

Superficial Peroneal Nerve (L5-S1)


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 Patient Position

Short sitting with ankle in neutral position

Test For Grades 5, 4, 3 and 2

 Therapist and Patient Instructions  

Sitting on stool beside the patient’s test limb, one hand stabilizes by gripping around the ankle. Resistance is given around the dorsum and lateral border of the foot. Resistance is in the direction of inversion and slight dorsiflexion, or in an up and medial direction. Ask the patient to, “turn your foot down and out, don’t let me push it in.”


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Grade 5 (Normal): completes full range of motion and holds against maximal resistance.

Grade 4 (Good): completes available range of motion and holds against strong to moderate resistance.

Grade 3 (Fair): the patient will be able to invert the foot through full available range of motion but tolerate no resistance.

Grade 2 (Poor): completes only partial range of eversion motion.

Grading


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 Patient Position

Short sitting or supine

 Therapist and Patient Instructions  

Sitting on stool beside the patient’s test limb, or standing at the end of table. To palpate Peroneus longus, place fingers on the lateral leg over the upper one-third just below the head of the fibula. The tendon of the muscle can be felt posterior to the lateral malleolus behind the tendon of the Peroneus brevis.

To palpate tendon of Peroneus brevis place the index finger over the tendon as it comes forward from behind the lateral malleolus, proximal to the base of 5th metatarsal. The belly of the muscle can be palpated on the lateral surface of the distal leg over the fibula

Test For Grades 1 and 0


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Grade 1 (Trace): palpation will reveal contractile activity in either or both muscles, which may cause the tendon to stand out. No motion occurs

Grade 0 (Zero): no palpable contraction

Grading


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  • To Isolate Peroneus Longus give resistance against the planter surface of the head of the 1st metatarsal in a direction toward invesion & dorsiflexion.

  • Foot Eversion With Dorsiflexion: if peroneus tertius is present, it can be tested by asking the patient to evert & dorsiflex the foot. In this motion, however, Extensor digitorum longus participates. The tendon of peroneus tertius can be palpated on the lateral aspect of the dorsum of the foot, lateral to the tendon of Extensor digitorum longus.

 Notes 


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Inversion: Subtalar Joint

(Rearfoot)


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 Range of motion

0° –5 °

Testing position

Prone

Stabilization

Stabilize the tibia and fibula to prevent:

lateral rotation of knee + lateral rotation & abduction of hip


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 Goniometer Alignment

Fulcrum

Posterior aspect of the ankle midway between the malleoli

Proximal Arm

Posterior midline of the lower leg

Distal Arm

Posterior midline of the calcaneus


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 Patient Instruction

Ask the patient to turn their foot in.


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 Normal End Feel

Firm, because of tension in:

  • Lateral Joint capsule

  • Anterior & posterior talofibular ligaments

  • Calcaneofibular ligament

  • Anterior, posterior & interosseous talocalcaneal ligament


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Eversion:

Subtalar Joint (Rearfoot)


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 Range of motion

0° –5 °

Testing position

Prone

Stabilization

Stabilize the tibia and fibula to prevent:

Medial rotation flexion of knee + Medial rotation & abduction of hip


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 Goniometer Alignment

Fulcrum

Posterior aspect of the ankle midway between the malleoli

Proximal Arm

Posterior midline of the lower leg

Distal Arm

Posterior midline of the calcaneus


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 Patient Instruction

Ask the patient to turn their foot out.


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Normal End Feel

Hard, because of tension in:

  • Contact between the calcaneus & the floor of the sinus tarsi

    Or

    Firm, because of tension in:

  • Deltoid ligament

  • Medial talocalcaneal ligament

  • Tibialis posterior muscles


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 Good Luck To You All 


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