There are a few, but the one most clinically relevant (because it is the most often damaged in an inversion sprain) is the anterior talofibular ligament.the name of the ligament that provides support against a varus or inversion sprain of the ankle is the what?Deltoidlateral ankle ligament.
The spinous process and the transverse process are the leavers against which the muscles pull.
superior articular process
Spinous process and transverse process
The skeletal system is the anchor and lever system that the muscles pull against to cause locomotion.spinous process and transverse processThe bones are the leavers against which the muscles pull.In reference to the axial skeleton, the spinous process and the transverse process are the leavers against which the muscles pull.Superior articular process
Eversion/valgus The deltoid ligament is medial thus it will resist forces that press the foot laterally (prevent eversion).
It protects delicate organs such as the brain and heart and it also provides anchor points and levers for muscles to work against, allowing movement. It also gives shape and form
ligaments and muscles.
If the muscles were not attached to the bones, the bones (limbs) would not be able to move. The muscles need something to pull against.
Between two bones, there is a ligament, which is why you can bend your knee without the bones scraping against each other.
The Adipose Connective Tissue insulates against heat loss and provides reserve fuel.