Tibialis Posterior

tibialis posterior

How to Massage the Tibialis Posterior

The Tibialis Posterior helps control balance and is crucial for walking, running and jumping. It is an easy muscle to overwork and also to strain. To keep this muscle from tensing up, use the MyoBuddy to massage it daily. The MyoBuddy will lengthen and release trigger points in the muscle, and relieve pain. Watch below to learn how to use the MyoBuddy on this muscle.

About the Tibialis Posterior

The tibialis posterior is the most central of all the leg muscles, and is located in the deep posterior compartment of the leg.

It is the key stabilizing muscle of the lower leg.

Blood is supplied to the muscle by the posterior tibial artery, and innervation is via the tibial nerve.