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  1. Reikon is offline

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    So I don't need to look up the muscle that covers the fib? kick ass.
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    It is rather difficult to give any medical advice via the internet. My previous post should be regarded as an educated guess at best. I reckon you should listen to your PT/doc (are you sure he was a foot specialist?).

    now another educated guess: the reason you're standing on one leg/doing the weird exercises is to strenghten/improve the coordination of the muscles stabilizing the ankle. Injuries to the ligaments tend to make the ankle more unstable (see Can Chaser's post). Muscle conditioning stabilizes the ankle promoting the healing of the ligaments.
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    Reikon, you're an idiot. You first act certain that it's certain tendons connecting such and such bones to the fibula. Then when corrected you reply "Oh yeah, I knew that, just didn't feel like looking up the details." Retard. I'll give you a big hint. Know what the name of the major tendon that attached to the calcaneous is? THE ACHILLES TENDON. Guess what muscle it attaches to now?
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    Ever feel like you're fighting against windmills Taebo master?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaeBo_Master
    Reikon, you're an idiot. You first act certain that it's certain tendons connecting such and such bones to the fibula. Then when corrected you reply "Oh yeah, I knew that, just didn't feel like looking up the details." Retard. I'll give you a big hint. Know what the name of the major tendon that attached to the calcaneous is? THE ACHILLES TENDON. Guess what muscle it attaches to now?
    Tendo archillis is the common tendon of the Gastrocnemius and Soleus. It is also the largest, and strongest tendon in the body, able to resist forces of up to 1000 pounds.

    Allow me to give you a hint:

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    you stepping on my toes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. No
    you stepping on my toes?
    Not really...no...
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    Good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaeBo_Master
    Reikon, you're an idiot. You first act certain that it's certain tendons connecting such and such bones to the fibula. Then when corrected you reply "Oh yeah, I knew that, just didn't feel like looking up the details." Retard. I'll give you a big hint. Know what the name of the major tendon that attached to the calcaneous is? THE ACHILLES TENDON. Guess what muscle it attaches to now?
    The sphincter?
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    Yes, I've had a misaligned fibula once. Granted, it was misaligned mostly with the help of a motorcycle and a small truck. I recall my tibia being misaligned as well... Hmm...
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