Muscles that move the Ankle, Foot, and Toes

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Muscles that move the ankle foot and toes.

Tibialis Anterior

Dorsiflexion, Inversion of the Foot.

Peroneus Tertius

Dorsiflexion, Eversion of the Foot.

Extensor Digitorum Longus

Dorsiflexion, Eversion of the Foot & Extends Toes.

Extensor Hallicus Longus

Dorsiflexion, Eversion of the Foot & Extends the Great Toe.

Gastrocnemius

Aids in Pushing Body Forward in a Walking or Running Motion.
Flexes Leg at Knee.

Soleus

Works with Gastrocnemius.

Flexor Digitorium Longus

Same as Gastrocnemius, Also Extends the Four Lateral Toes.

Plantaris

Dorsiflexion of the Foot.
Can Rapture by Sudden Dorsiflexion of the Foot Caused by Running or Jumping (VERY Painful!)

Tibialis Posterior

Assists With Inversion & Plantor Flexion of Foot.

Peroneus Longus

Eversion & Assists in Plantor Flexion, Helps Support Arch of Foot.

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