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  1. Origin and Insertion of Pectoralis Minor
    • O: Ribs 3,4,5
    • I: Coracoid process
  2. Action of the Pectoralis Minor
    • Depress ST joint
    • Abduct Scapula
  3. Clinical syndromes of Pectoralis Minor
    Thoracic outlet syndrome of the Branchial Praxus
  4. Positional relationship between Pect major and Pect minor
    • Major over Minor
    • Pectoralis Minor is deep to Pectoralis Major
  5. Origin and Insertion of Coracobrachiallis
    • O: Coracoid process
    • I: mid-humerous
  6. Action of Coracobrachialis
    Horizontal ADduction of GHJ on the transverse plane.
  7. Positional relationship between Coracobrachiallis to Pect muscles
    Coracobrachiallis is deep to the Pect muscles.
  8. Orgin and Insertion of Serratus anterior
    • O: upper 8 or 9 ribs
    • I: Anterior surface of the scapula
  9. Action of the Serratus Anterior
    ABducts Scapula
  10. Clinical symptoms with the Serratus Anterior
    "Winging" of the scapula
  11. Origin and Insertion of Pectoralis Major
    • O: Clavicle, Sternum, ribs 1-6
    • I: ADduct and internal rotation of GHJ
  12. Origin and Insertion of Subscapularis
    • O: Subscapular fossa
    • I: Lesser Tubercle of humerous
  13. Action of Subscapularis
    • Stabilize heard of humerous
    • internally rotate GHJ
  14. Origin and Insertion of Teres Minor
    • O: Lateral border of scapula
    • I: Greater Tubercle of humerous
  15. Action of Teres minor
    • External Rotation of GHJ
    • Stabilize head of humerous
  16. Origin and Insertion of Teres Major
    • O: Lateral border of scapula
    • I: Lesser tubercle of humerus
  17. Action of Teres Major
    Internal rotate GHJ
  18. Insertion and Origin of Levator Scapulae
    • O: Superior angle of Scapula
    • I: TP of C1-C4
  19. Action of Levator Scapulae
    • Bilaterally: Extend head and neck
    • Unilaterally: Elevate Scapula
  20. Origin and Insertion of Rhomboid Minor
    • O: SP of C7 and T1
    • I: Medial border of scapula
  21. Action of Rhomboid Minor
    Adduct of Scapula
  22. Origin and Insertion of Rhomboid Major
    • O: SP of T2-T5
    • I: Medial border of scapula
  23. Positional relationship of Rhomboids
    Minor above Major
  24. Action of Rhomboid Major
    Adduct Scapula
  25. Origin and Insertion of Psoas Major
    • O: Lombard Vertibrae
    • I: Lesser Trochanter
  26. Action of Psoas Major
    Hip and Spin flexion
  27. Origin and Insertion of Iliacus
    • O: Iliac Fossa
    • I: Lesser trochanter
  28. Action of Iliacus
    Hip Flexor
  29. Location of Iliacus
    Deep in Iliac fossa
  30. Origin and Insertion of Piriformis
    • O: Anterior Sacrum
    • I: Greater Trochanter
  31. Action of Piriformis
    • External rotation of hip
    • ABduct hip
  32. Clinical symptoms with Piriformis
    Sciatic nerve impingements
  33. Origin and Insertion of Adductor Magnus
    • O: Ramus of pubis, ischium and ischial tuberosity
    • I: Linea Aspera and Adductor Tubercle
  34. Action of Adductor Magnus
    Adduct hip
  35. Origin and Insertion of Adductor Longus
    • O: Public Tubercle
    • I: Linea Aspera
  36. Action of Adductor Longus
    Adduct and internally rotate hip
  37. Location of Adductor groups
    • Magnus is deepest
    • Longus is most anterior
  38. Origin and Insertion of Pectineus
    • O: Ramus of Pubis
    • I: Pectineal line of femur
  39. Action of Pectineus
    • Adduct and internally rotate hip
    • "4th Adductor"
  40. Origin and Insertion of Tensor Fasciae Lata
    • O: Iliac Crest
    • I: Iliotibial Tract
  41. Action of Tensor Fasiae lata
    • Abduction of hip
    • Internal hip rotation
  42. Origin and Insertion of Gracilis
    • O: Ramus of pubis and Ischium
    • I: Tibia at Pes Anserine Tendon
  43. Action of Gracilis
    Adduction of Hip
  44. Origin and Insertion of Intertransversarli
    • O: TP of C2-C7, L1-L5
    • I: TP of C2-C7, L1-L5
  45. Action of Intertransversarli
    • Unilateral: Flex spin ipsilarterally
    • Bilateral: Extend spine
  46. Origin and Insertion of Interspinales
    • O: SP of C2-T3, T12-L5
    • I: SP of C2-T3, T12-L5
  47. Action of Interspinales
    Extend the spine
  48. Rotatores span how many levesl
    1-2
  49. Multifidus spans how many levels
    3-4
  50. Action of Rotatores
    • Unilaterally: Rotate spine Contralaterally
    • Bilaterally: Extend spine
  51. Action of Multifidus
    • Unilaterally: Rotate spine Contralaterally
    • Bilaterally: Extend Spine
  52. Origin and Insertion of Rotatores
    • O: TP of Lumbard - Cervical
    • I: SP of Lumbard - 2nd Cervical
  53. Origin and Insertion of Multifidus
    • O: TP of Lumbard - Cervical
    • I: SP of Lumbard - 2nd Cervical

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