Central muscles of the sole of the foot (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub

Central muscles of the sole of the foot (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub


Hello, everyone! This is Joao from Kenhub,
and welcome to another anatomy tutorial where, this time, I’m going to be talking about
a long title but easy one. This is the central muscles of the sole of your foot. And today,
we’re going to be talking about the origins, insertions, innervation, and also functions
related to these muscles that you now see on the screen. The central muscles of the foot, they lie
within the central compartment between the muscles of your big toe and also your little
toe, and the compartment comprises numerous short foot muscles in different layers. Now,
together, these muscles form the central surface of the sole of the foot. And before I move on and talk about the different
aspects, the different things that we need to know about these muscles, I would like
to list them, and the first one that we’re going to be talking about on this tutorial
is known as the flexor digitorum brevis muscle. The other one is the quadratus plantae… Hey guys, as you can see, this video is a
preview which is reserved to Kenhub premium members. Why not become one today? As a premium
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One Reply to “Central muscles of the sole of the foot (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub”

  1. Hi everyone! Hope you enjoyed this sneak peek at our video on the central plantar muscles of the foot. If you thought this was good, please be sure to check out our latest video on the functions of the central plantar muscles of the foot, animated in 3D! It is awesome… nuff said! 😛 https://khub.me/5nrqt See you there!

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