This chart shows medial and lateral views of the bones and ligaments of the foot and ankle, and illustrates nerve and blood supply to this region, including plantar view of arteries and nerves. It also shows common fractures and sprains and anterior impingement syndrome.
Anatomy and Injuries of the Foot and Ankle describes and shows locations of forefoot, midfoot, and hindfoot injuries such as bunions, Morton's neuroma, bunionette (Tailor's bunion), hammertoe, Jones' fracture, Chopart avulsion fracture, Lisfranc dislocation, metatarsal stress fracture, Achilles' tendon rupture, tarsal tunnel syndrome (which is becoming more common among snowboarders), calcaneal fracture and plantar fasciitis with hell spurs. The chart also visually and textually describes movement about the ankle: inversion, eversion, dorsiflexion, and plantar flexion.
Unmounted - Printed on high-quality heavy paper appropriate for framing. (Note: Unmounted charts cannot be displayed on the chart stands.)
Laminated - Printed on high-quality paper with flexible 1.5 mil plastic lamination. Metal eyelets in each top corner for convenient wall hanging or for use with chart stands. Lamination also makes the chart "markable" allowing write-on / wipe-off. Easily rolls up for portability. This is the most popular mounting.
Styrene Plastic: Has UV-resistant coating for color protection on durable, non-flexible, heavy-weight plastic. With "write-on, wipe-off surface" and convenient eyelets for hanging.