Peroneus Longus & Brevis (Fibularis)

Note:
BETA
Region
Legs
TCM Organ
Yin/Yang
Yang
TCM Element
Muscle Physical
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Meridian Psychology
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Organ Physical
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Muscle

Peroneus Longus

Origin: Lateral condyle of tibia, head and proximal 2/3 of the lateral surface of fibula, intermuscular septa and adjacent deep fascia.

Insertion: lateral side of first metatarsal and medial cuneiform bone.

Action: Everts foot, and assists in plantar flexion of the ankle joint.

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Peroneus Brevis

Origin: distal 2/3 of the lateral surface of fibula and adjacent muscular septa.

Insertion: Tuberosity at the base of the fifth metatarsal bone, lateral side.

Action: Everts foot, and assists in plantar flexion of the ankle joint.

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Monitoring

Position/rotation: Supine, plantraflex the ankle, and evert the foot

Stabilise: Same side posterior ankle.

Monitor: Apply pressure to lateral border and sole of the foot in the direction of inversion and dorsi flexion of the ankle joint.

Correction

Nerve Supply: Deep peroneal - L4, L5, S1.

Visceral Nerves:

Sympathetic: L1-L3

Parasympathetic: S2

Neuro-Lymphatic Reflex:

Anterior: Bilateral 2cm from the midline, 2cm superior to the pubic symphysis

Posterior: Bilateral transverse process of L2.

Neuro-Vascular Reflex: Bilateral frontal eminences.

Yuan Point: Bl64

Nutrition: Vit. A.