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Joint

Describing anything in which two or more persons hold equal rights and responsibilities. For example, every account holder may use the funds in a joint account (though not always independently from the other holders), and each owner is equally liable for a jointly-held property.
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Forefoot varus is when the forefoot is inverted (big toe higher than 5th toe) while the subtalar joint and calcaneus are in neutral.
After this, on first examination in our clinic, there was a rigid left subtalar joint and weakness of the peroneal muscles.
Supination causes the outside edge of the bottom of your foot to bear the majority of the load, and can be thought of as the "locking" of the subtalar joint in preparation for a strong pushoff.
More typically, an injury to the lateral ligament complex of the ankle is likely to be accompanied by an injury to one or more ankle joint structures including the joint capsule, the subtalar joint ligaments (Lynch and Renstrom 1999), the tibio-fibular ligaments (Safran et al 1999), the muscle tissues surrounding the ankle complex (Hertel 2000) and the peroneal tendon sheaths and tendons (Boruta et al 1990, Liu and Nguyen 1999).
56-61] Limitation of the ankle, subtalar joint, and metatarsophalangeal joints increase the risk of developing foot ulcers in persons with diabetes who have peripheral sensory neuropathy.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to conduct an Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) clinical study to investigate use of the INBONE[R] Total Ankle Replacement with Calcaneal Stem for treatment of end stage ankle arthritis or revision of a failed ankle replacement with subtalar joint insufficiency.
8] Variations in the talar facets of calcanei are important because they influence subtalar joint stability.
This has the effect of putting stress on the subtalar joint on the medial aspect of the foot.
Her medial soleus and gastrocnemius on the right are palpably tighter than on the left; her subtalar joint is slightly inverted in its resting position and does not evert as it should during weightbearing plie but has full range of motion to inversion on her releve.
Limited studies determine kinematics and kinetics in all three planes, where motions of the ankle joint and the subtalar joint actually occur [5].
Will the motion attained following total ankle arthroplasty protect the ipsilateral subtalar joint complex from arthritis?
The chiropractor also re-assessed the patient for biomechanical causes of the tendinopathy and found hypomobility of the right sacroiliac (SI) joint, extremely limited dorsiflexion at the left ankle mortise joint and hypomobilty of the left subtalar joint, along with hypertonic bilateral iliopsoas, left hamstring, gastrocnemius and soleus muscles.