Soleus

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Region
Legs
TCM Organ
Yin/Yang
Yang
TCM Element
Muscle Physical
brain, hearing, all organs
Meridian Psychology
Control external to be safedrivenwithdrawalnever rest
Organ Physical
Back erector spinae hamstrings occiput

Bladder channel (Bl) Soleus

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MUSCLE:

Origins: Posterior surface of the tibia, upper third of the posterior surface of the fibula, fibrous arch between the tibia and the fibula Insertion: Posterior surface of the calcaneusAction: Plantar flexes the foot
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FACILITATION MONITORING

Position: lying prone with knee bent to 90° Rotation: noneStabilise: posterior heelMonitor: monitor the plantar surface of foot to push to a Dorsi flexed position

INHIBITION MONITORING

Position: lying prone with knee bent to 90° Rotation: noneStabilise: planter surface of heelMonitor: monitor the dorsal surface of foot to push to a planter flexed position.TCM Bl Muscles: Hamstrings, popliteus, sacrospinalis, gastronemius, soleus, glut max, lat dorsi, quadratus lumborum, neck extensors, peroneus longusAK Bl Muscles: Ant tibialis, Sacrospinalis, Peroneus longus and brevis, tibialis posteriorYang ChannelFor brain, hearing, all organsNerve Supply: Nerve Supply: Tibial S1, 2 Visceral Nerves:Sympathetic: L1-L3 Parasympathetic: S2
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Neuro-Lymphatic Reflex:

Anterior: Bilateral 2cm from the midline, 2cm superior to the pubic symphysisPosterior: Bilateral transverse process of L2. Neuro-Vascular Reflex: Bilateral frontal eminences. Yuan Point: Bl64Nutrition: Vit. A.Reference: Kendall & Kendall, p410Walther D, 2nd ed. p330Thie, J. Touch for Health ManualNV NL