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The opposite of dorsiflexion is plantar flexion.
Dorsiflexion happens when the toes are brought closer to the shin and decreases the ankle between the leg and the dorsum of the foot. Walking on your heels causes dorsiflexion of your ankle.
Yes, both the foot and ankle have the capacity for dorsiflexion
Tibialis Anterior. You can feel and see it contract as the ankle moves into dorsiflexion.
Dorsiflexion is a movement upward and is usually in the ankle. The average range is from 0 to 20 degrees.
Dorsiflexion is moving your foot upwards toward you. Plantar flexion is when you move it down away from you.
inversion and dorsiflexion
Ankle dorsiflexion is when the ankle is moved back towards the body. The muscles involved in this movement is the ankle extensor.