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Expert opinions? Which muscles are in charge of rotating your lower leg and foot?

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Dr. Jeffrey Ross
Podiatry

In brief: Roators of lower leg

The posterior tibial muscle/tendon inverts the foot.
The peroneal brevis and longus muscle/ tendons evert the foot. The anterior tibial muscle tendon asists in dorstiflexion and inversion. The gastroc-soleus muscle also has an influence on foot and ankle rotation.

In brief: Roators of lower leg

The posterior tibial muscle/tendon inverts the foot.
The peroneal brevis and longus muscle/ tendons evert the foot. The anterior tibial muscle tendon asists in dorstiflexion and inversion. The gastroc-soleus muscle also has an influence on foot and ankle rotation.
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