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The ankle is the region in the human leg where the lower leg meets with the proximal end of the foot. The ankle allows us to move the feet in different directions. Though often believed to contain just one joint, the ankle is actually formed of two joints – the ankle joint, also known as the tibiotalar or talocrural joint, and the subtalar joint.What are the three bones in the ankle?
Three bones make up the ankle bone anatomy: Tibia (shin bone), Fibula (thin bone next to the shin bone), and the Talus (a bone of the foot that sits above the heel bone). Bony protrusions can be seen and felt on the ankle. These bony bumps have their own names in ankle bone anatomy. Medial Malleolus: Bony bump on the inside of your ankle.What does the ankle joint allow?
The ankle joint allows up-and-down movement of the foot. The subtalar joint sits below the ankle joint, and allows side-to-side motion of the foot. Numerous ligaments (made of tough, moveable tissue) surround the true ankle and subtalar joints, binding the bones of the leg to each other and to those of the foot.