Movement

Knee

Ankle Intertarsal

Ball-and-socket (synovial), formed by acetabulum of innominate bone and the head of the femur

Hinge (synovial), formed by the condyles of the femur and the condyles of the tibia

Hinge (synovial), lower end of tibia and fibula and talus

Gliding (synovial) between tarsal bones

Metatarso-phalangeal Condyloid (synovial)

Inter-phalangeal of toes

Hinge (synovial)

Flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, rotation (medial and lateral) and circumduction

Flexion and extension

Dorsi flexion (foot up) and plantar flexion (point foot)

Inversion (turn foot in) and eversion (turn foot out)

Flexion, extension, abduction, adduction and circumduction

Flexion and extension

Was this article helpful?

0 0
Acupuncture For Cynics

Acupuncture For Cynics

Have You Always Been Curious About Acupuncture, But Were Never Quite Sure Where To Stick The Needles? If you associate acupuncture with needles, pain and weird alternative medicine then you are horribly misinformed about the benefits of the world's oldest form of medicinal treatment.

Get My Free Ebook


Post a comment