The tibialis posterior tendon divides into three segments below the tibialis posterior muscle, to insert into the heel bone, the metatarsals, and the ankle bones. The tibialis posterior muscle is one of the dorsal flexor muscles of the foot and ankle. It helps stabilize the foot while walking.
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