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Monday, December 19, 2016

Subtalar Joint: An Illustration from Dr Kevin Kiby

I could spend my whole life studying this one fascinating foot joint. The bottom half of the ankle is the talus bone. Under the talus bone, is the calcaneus AKA heel pain. The joint between the talus and the calcaneus is the subtalar meaning below the talus. I can even get that one!!

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