Monday, May 20, 2024

Inversion Motion of the Foot

The inversion motion of the foot is a movement that occurs when the heel and toes are brought together so that the sole of the foot faces inward. This movement is important for activities such as walking and running, as it helps to stabilize the foot and prevent injuries.

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