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Soleus, Tibial Torsion Assessment

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Have your client prone with their knee flexed. Gently dorsiflex their ankle, then observe the resting position of their foot.

If the foot is not parallel to the table, there may be tightness in your client’s Soleus.

If the foot points medial or lateral, there may be tibial torsion.

Related Techniques:

Tibial Torsion Treatment

Tibial Torsion Exercise

Gastrocnemius and Soleus – Facilitated Stretch

Gastrocnemius and Soleus – Soft Tissue Release


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