Massage & Bodywork

May/June 2011

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myofascial techniques BY TIL LUCHAU The tibia and fibula form a fork-like mortise around the talus bone (orange), giving the ankle both stability and adaptability. When the interosseous membrane and tibiofibular ligaments (violet) don't allow normal resilience and spring in the ankle mortise, dorsiflexion will be limited. Image courtesy Primal Pictures. Used with permission. 110 massage & bodywork may/june 2011

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