Sunday, July 21, 2024

Eversion Motion of the Foot

The “eversion” motion of the foot is a movement that occurs when the foot turns outward. This can happen at the ankle, subtalar joint, or both. Eversion is the opposite of inversion, which is when the foot turns inward. The eversion motion is important for walking and running because it helps to stabilize the foot and prevent injuries.

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