Foot Anatomy Animated Tutorial

What is the proper anatomical term for the top of your foot?
March 18, 2007 10:27 AM ask.metafilter.com
“..I see that the top of the foot is considered as dorsal in human anatomy. At first I would have thought, for consistency, that the top of the foot would be called ventral and the sole dorsal as in a person lying face down. But when you get beyond the wrist, dorsal and ventral are replaced by dorsal and palmar, the terms referring to the palm and back of the hand. Likewise for the foot the terms refer to the plantar (sole) and dorsal (top). This makes some sense in mechanical terms since when you are walking on all fours, the back the hand and top of the foot are folded and point dorsally. I wonder how these surfaces are oriented in view of ontogeny. Would the sole and palm be dorsal?..”

Elderly
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Fitness: Feet Exercises for “Older” People

Others:

These foot exercises help improve seniors’ mobility mcknights.com
“..On March 10, we wrote a news item entitled, “Study shows simple foot exercises significantly decrease seniors’ risk of falls.” In this item (click here to see it) we told you about a group of Portuguese researchers who had discovered that simple foot and ankle exercises had enormous benefits when it comes to improving functional mobility in facility-dwelling seniors…

Dorsiflexor muscle exercises..

While in a sitting position, and with heels planted firmly on the ground, lift the ball of the foot up in the air. There are two muscles that cross the back of the ankle, Smith explained. By performing this exercise in a sitting position, only one of the muscles is used, making this a good routine to start out with…

Plantar flexor muscle exercises

For exercising the plantar flexor muscles (the ones on the bottom of the foot), another simple gravity-based routine will do the trick.

“The simplest thing is to stand with your hands on a counter top or something firm and practice going up on tiptoes on both feet,” Smith said.

Once you get to the top, don’t just come straight back down. Slowly lowering your body is much more beneficial. Once you’ve built up some tolerance to this exercise, you can stay up longer, or switch to just one foot…

Ankle Plantar Flexion Stretch & Exercise

Improve Ankle Mobility (Dorsiflexion) – 3 simple exercises

Exercise for Seniors : Strengthening Exercises for Osteoporosis Patients


Published on Mar 6, 2011
“Strengthening exercises for osteoporosis patients need to be done safely with doctor’s permission. Hold onto a chair with your weight on both feet, lift one heel and drop it down on the floor as demonstrated by a fitness instructor in this free video on exercise.

You Have the Power to Prevent a Fall ncoa.org

-Runners

Ankle Exercises for Runners


“Published on Apr 14, 2015

Rehab / Prehab Exercises by Physiotherapy Experts for strengthening your ankle to improve performance and return to activity after injury. For more Rehab / Prehab Videos and Conditioning Programmes visit our Members App at http://www.yourphysioplan.com”

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Three Ankle Strengthening Exercises – No Equipment Required



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Ankle

Ankle Anatomy Animated Tutorial

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