Restricted Joint Motions

Restricted Joint Motions

Ankle Joint:
(see equinus above)

Subtalar Joint:
Could be due to structure of joint, tarsal coalition, bony restriction or soft tissue restriction.
Pseudo-restriction – more vertical orientation of the STJ axis will mean there will be relatively less calcaneal inversion/eversion  give impression of a restricted range of motion.

First metatarsophalangeal joint:

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