Ankle Ligaments

Name & Function  Origin & Insertion
Tibionavicular ligament: stabilizes the medial aspect of the ankle joint Medial malleolus of tibia & navicular tuberosity
Tibiocalcaneal ligament: stabilizes the medial aspect of the ankle joint Medial malleolus of tibia & sustentaculum tali
Posterior tibiotalar: stabilizes the medial aspect of the ankle joint Medial malleolus of tibia & medial tubercle of talus
Anterior tibiotalar: stabilize the medial aspect of the ankle joint Medial malleolus of tibia & medial aspect of talus
Anterior talofibular ligament: stabilizes the lateral aspect of the ankle joint Lateral malleolus of fibula & anterior aspect of talus
Posterior talofibular ligament: stabilizes the lateral aspect of the ankle joint Lateral malleolus of fibula & lateral tubercle of posterior process of talus
Calcaneofibular ligament: stabilizes the lateral aspect of the ankle joint Lateral malleolus of fibula & lateral surface of calcaneum

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