The group of bones that make up the again of the foot and the ankle are referred to as the tarsal bones. The cuboid tarsal bone is positioned in the course of the foot, on the outer facet. The cuneiforms are three bones that lie straight behind the metatarsals, the bones that result in the bones of the toes. Fibrous bands connecting the dorsal (high) surfaces of the cuboid are referred to as the dorsal cuneocuboid ligament. This ligament additionally connects the lateral (facet) surfaces of cuneiform bones. The dorsal cuneocuboid ligament helps the joints of the foot.
The dorsal cuneocuboid ligament stabilizes the highest portion of the cuboid. That is referred to as the dorsal facet of the cuboid. The tarsometatarsal ligaments and dorsal cuboideonavicular ligaments additionally assist to stabilize the cuboid.
Cuboid syndrome and recurrent ankle sprain usually outcome from issues with the dorsal cuneocuboid ligament. In these accidents, the dorsal cuneocuboid ligament turns into rotated or strained. If the dorsal cuneocuboid ligament turns into slack, accidents reminiscent of sprains, tears, or snapping usually tend to happen. To stop damage to the dorsal cuneocuboid ligament, workout routines will be accomplished as part of bodily remedy. This will even be finished after an damage or surgical procedure to restore the ligament.