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  1. 4 vertebral column movements
    3 spinal problems
    • Flexion-vt column closer together, crunch
    • Extension-dorsal surface closer, backbend
    • Lat. flexion-sideways, bend left & right
    • Rotation-rotating around a central axis

    • Lordosis-lordotic curve, lumbar & cervical,swayback
    • Kyphosis-kyphotic cureve,exagerated ant. or thoracic curve, hunchback
    • Scoliosis-abnormal lateral curve
  2. Scapular attachments & function
    • Originate axial skeleton, insert on clavicle & scapula. Vetebral skull, sternum, rib cage
    • Function-Hold scapula to trunk, body wall
  3. Scapular movements
    • Upward rotate(arms over head, scapula rolls  up Trap, serratus anterior
    • Downward Rotate(scap rolls down and in midline)
    • Protraction(aBduction)Arms row forward.(pec minor, subclavius of clav, serratus anterior
    • Retraction(ADduction)Arms row backward.(Rhom major, minor, trap
    • Elevation(shoulders up to ears)Levator Scap, trap
    • Depression(shoulder down away ear)Trap
  4. Vertebral extensor muscles
    • Spino Transversalis group- most superficial
    • Splenius Capitis- SK, LF, RH-head
    • Splenius Cervices- N, LF, R, N-neck
  5. Central body wall Function
    Ventral
    Lateral
    Subvertebral
    • Ventral- Hyoid; swallowing, speaking
    • Lateral- Scalenes; active breathing,lat. flex cerv. vert. elevate ribs, pass through brachial pexus & subclavian artery(caution)
    • Subvertebral - Longus Colli; Flex neck
  6. Vertebral Extensor muscles
    Erector spinae group
    • Erector Spinae Group
    • Iliocostalis- LF, Neck
    • Longissimus- LF, Skull
    • Spinalis- Ext, Skull
  7. Thoracic body wall function
    Ventral, Lateral, Subvertebral
    • Ventral- Sternalis, 8% population, rib movement
    • Lateral- Iliocostalis; breathing,
    •             Diapragm; passive breathing, seperates thoracic and abdominopelvic(above chest, below abdomen) forms floor of thorax
    • Subvertebral- Longus Colli; Flex neck
  8. Vertebral extensor muscles
    Transversospinalis group
    • Transversospinalis group
    • Semispinalis- Ext, Skull
    • Mutifidus- Ext, goes up to C2
  9. Abdominal Body wall muscles
    Ventral, lateral, subvertebral
    • Ventral
    • Rectus Abd; flex, compress abs
    • Lateral. Linea alba connects left to right. DCT
    • Lat.Ext. oblique; expiration,compress, rotate opposite side. Run down, inward(ex to sex)
    • Internal oblique; flex, rotate, compress. Fibers run up, in (in to chin)
    • Transverse oblique; compress. Fibers run across, horizontally.
    • Quadratus lumborum; flex, extend
    • Subvertebral
    • Psoas major; flex hip
  10. muscle attachments Spino Transversalis group
    Splenius capitis, splenius cervicis
    • Capitis; from upper trunk to head (splendid head massage
    • Cervicis; upper trunk to neck
  11. muscle attachments Erector Spinae group
    Iliocostalis, Longissimus, Spinalis
    • Iliocostalis; Lateral muscle. Sacrum & ilium to neck along ribs
    • Longissimus; Middle not meidal. Sacrum & ilum to head
    • Spinalis; Medial(Spinalis by spine)Only extends to medial to flex. Upper lumbar Vert to skull along spinous process
  12. Muscle attchments Transversospinalis group
    Semispinalis, Multifidus,
    • Semispinalis; thoracic vert to skull. No lateral flexcion. Superficial to suboccipitals
    • Multifidus; sacrum & ilium to C2 along transvers & spinous process. inferior to suboccipitals not deeper. Deepest muscle in thoracic region. Extends vert column, postural support, proprioceptive monitors
  13. 5 muscles of Mastication & movement
    • Temporalis- largest, chewing
    • Masseter- muscular sling, elevates mandible
    • Medial pterygoid- deep muscular sling, elevate mandible, laterallyu moves mandible
    • Lateral pterygoid- protrudes mandible
    • Digastricus- Depress mandible, elevate hyoid, aid in swallowing
  14. Temporalis
    • Largest muscle for chewing
    • Attach mandible, frontal, parietal, temporal & sphenoid bone
    • Passes deep to zygomatic arch (under not over)
    • Elevates mandible
  15. Masseter
    • Attach angle of mandible & zygomatic arch
    • Muscular sling, around angle of mandible
    • Doesn't touch shenoid or attach
    • Elevates mandible
  16. Medial pterygoid
    • Attach angle of mandible to sphenoid bone
    • Deeper part muscular sling around angle of mandible
    • Elevate mandible
    • Laterally move mandible(tight right goes left)
  17. Lateral pterygoid
    • Attach mandible to spenoid bone
    • Protrudes mandible
  18. Digastricus
    • 2 muscle bellies,pull both directions
    • Depress mandible
    • Elevate hyoid bone
    • Aid in swallowing
  19. Muscles of facial expression
    • Occipitofrontalis
    • Orbicularis Oculi
    • Orbicularis Oris
    • Levator labii superioris
    • Zygomaticus major and minor
    • Platysma
  20. extra muscles of facial expression
    • Nasalis; compress side nose to close
    • Levator Labii Superioris; lift upper lip, snarling
    • Buccinator; pull cheeks in, fish face
    • Risorius;angle of mouth lat. joker face smile
    • Depressor anguli oris; frowning, angle down
    • Depressor labii inferioris; pouting, lower lip
    • Mentalis; wrinkle skin over chin, look of concern
  21. Occipitofrontalis
    • Occipitals to front of head
    • more of a tendon
    • 2 bellies; frontal wrinkle forehead skin and raise eyebrows
  22. Orbicularis Oculi
    • Circle muscle around eye
    • Close eyes tightly, squinting
  23. Orbicularis Oris
    • Muscle around mouth
    • Pucker, seal lips together
  24. Zygomatic major and minor
    • Major; connected corner
    • Minor; connected upper lip
    • Pull angle of mouth upward and laterally
    • Smiling
  25. Platysma
    • Depresses mandible and tightens skin over anterior neck
    • Flair neck out
  26. Aponeurosis of body wall
    Ingiunal ligament
    Linea Alba
    • Aponeurosis- broad flat tendon
    • Inguinal ligament- tendinous inferior edge ext. oblique aponeurosis. attaches between 2 diff. bones, ant. superior iliac crest and pubic tubercle
    • Linea alba- Point of attachment for abdominal muscles. runs down middle veritally connecting left right sides rectus.
  27. Aponeurosis, inguinal ligament attchement abdominal walls
    • Rectus abdominus- linea connect left, right
    • External oblique- Apon. passes ant to rectus before attaching linea alba
    • Internal oblique- Splits passes both ant & post to rectus, before attaching linea
    • Transversus Abdominus- passes post to rectus before attaching line
  28. Quatratus Lumborum muscle
    Lateral body wall muscle
    • Ant. to Multifidus
    • Origin, post to iliac crest
    • insertion, 12th rib & transvers processe of lumbar vert.
    • Does not attach linea alba
    • Unilateral- lat flex vert column
    • Bilateral- extend lumbar vert column (deepens curve)
  29. Subvertebral body wall muscle
    Psoas Major muscle
    • Ant & medial to QL
    • origin, bodies & transverse processes of lumbar vert
    • insertion, lesser trochanter of femur
    • Flexes hip
    • Lateral hip rotation (Charlie Chaplin walk)
    • Exaggerates lumber curve
  30. Scapular muscles
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    • 7 muscles originate on axial skeleton and insert on clavicle and scapula
    • All stabalize
    • Rhomboid major, minor; Retraction, DR, Stab
    • Levator Scapulae; Elevate, LF, S
    • Serratus Anterior; UR, ABduction (prot), S
    • Trapezius; UR, Retraction, Elevate, Depression, Extension
    • Pectoralis minor; ABduction, DR, forced breathing
    • Sebclavius; Downward Rotate clavicle
  31. Axial skeleton
    • Vertebrae
    • Skull
    • Sternum
    • Ribcage
  32. Rhomboideus major
    • O: spinous processe of T2-T5
    • I:medial margin scapula, between spine and inferior angle
    • Retraction, Downward Rotate, Stabalize Scapula
    • Immediately deep to trap
    • Lies between trap & erector spinae
  33. Rhomboideus minor
    • O: spinous processes of C7-T1
    • I: medial margin of scapula at base of scapular spine
    • Retraction, Downward Rotate, Stabalize
    • Lies between trap & erector Spinae
    • Smaller than Major, superior to major
  34. Levator Scapulae
    • O: Transverse processe of C1-C4
    • I:sup. angle and upper med. margin of scapula
    • Elevation, Lat neck flex, Stabalize
    • Trap is superficial to this muscle
  35. Trapezius muscle
    • O: base of occiput. Spinous processe C7, T1-T12
    • I: Lat. 1/3 of clavicle, acromion scapular spine
    • Retraction, upward, elevation, depression, extend head and neck, stabalize
    • Most superficial. directly superficial to levator and rhomboids. Does not cross shoulder joint
  36. Serratus Anterior
    • O: outer surface ribs 1-9
    • I: Medial margin of scapula
    • Protraction(aBduction), upward R, stabalize
    • Anterior to scapula
    • forms medial wall of axilla
    • forms lateral wall of thorax(chest)
  37. Pectoralis minor
    • O: ribs 3,4,5
    • I: Coracoid process of scapula
    • ABduction(protraction), Downward R, active in forced breathing, stabalize
    • Deep to and smaller than pec major
    • found on anterior chest wall
  38. Subclavius muscle
    • O: 1st rib
    • I: inferior middle clavicle
    • Donward R of clavicle, stabalize
    • Below clavicle
  39. Movement of shoulder joint?
    • Flexion-forward (angle joint decreases)
    • Extension-Backward (angle joint increases)
    • ABduction-away from body
    • ADduction- towards body
    • Medial rotation- roll inward
    • Lateral rotation-roll outward
  40. SITS muscles
    rotator cuff muscles, ball and socket joint
    articulation: head of humerus with glenoid cavity of scapula
    All insert on Greater Tuercle of humerus except Subscapularis is on Lesser Tubercle
    Weakest ligamentous joint for mobility
    • Supraspinatus ABD, stabalize
    • Infraspinatus; LR, stabalize
    • Teres major: LR, stabalize
    • Subscapularis: MR, stabalize
  41. Suprispnatus
    • O: supraspinous fossa
    • I: Greater tubercle of humerus
    • Abduction, stabalize
    • fills supraspinous
    • performs 1st 10 degrees of aBduction
    • 1 of 2 aBductors
    • deept to trap
  42. Infraspinatus
    • O: Infraspinous fossa
    • I: greater tubercle of humerus
    • Lateral rotation, stabalize
    • 1 of 2 lateral rotator of shoulder
  43. Teres Minor
    • O: lateral margin of scapula
    • I: greater tubercle of humerus
    • Lateral rotation, stabalize
    • superior and smaller than teres major
    • 1 of 2 lateral rotators of cuff
  44. Subscapularis muscle
    • O: subscapular fossa
    • I: lesser tubercle of humerus
    • Medial rotation, stabalize
    • Sandwiched between scapula & serratus
    • Only rotator cuff muscle to attach to lesser trochanter
  45. Shoulder cap
    Deltoid muscle
    • O: spine of scapula, lateral 1/3 of clavicle, acromion
    • I: Deltoid tuberosity
    • ABduction, extension, flexion, medial R, lateral R, (no ADduction)
    • Forms superficial "cap" shoulder
    • covers insertion of rotator cuff muscles
    • Deltoid origin is same as trap insertion
    • Cannot ADduct muscle from anatomical post
  46. Intertubercular Groove Muscles (ITG)
    "2 majors and a ladymiss"
    Common function: rotation, aDduction of shoulder
    • Pectoralis major: Flexion of extended shoulder, medial R, shoulder ADduction
    • Latissimuss Dorsi: Extension of a flexed shoulder, medial rotate, shoulder aDduction
    • Teres Major: same as latts
  47. Pectoralis Major
    • O: medial 1/2 of clavicle and sternum
    • I: ITG groove
    • Flexion of extended shoulder, medial R, shoulder ADduction
    • pec major superficial to pec minor
    • forms anterior wall of axilla space
  48. Teres Major
    • O: inferior angle and lateral margin of scapula
    • I: ITG groove
    • Extension of a flexed shoulder, medial rotation, shoulder ADduction
    • inferior to Teres Minor
    •  forms posterior wall axilla space
  49. Latissimus Dorsi
    • O: spinous processes T7-(acrum)sacral processes and posterior iliac crest
    • I: ITG groove
    • Extension of flexed shoulder, medial rotation, shoulder ADduction
    • Swimmers muscles
    • only muscle more superficial to this is Traps
    • Aponeurosis at lumbar area
  50. Elbow joint- very stable lots of ligaments
    Articulation: 3 places
    Ligaments: 3
    Articulation: humero-ulnar joint-humeroraradial joint, proximal radio-ulnar joint

    • Ligaments
    • Ulnar collateral-stabilize medial side elbow
    • Radial collateral-Stabalize latera side elbow
    • Annular- anchors, stabilizes proximal radioulnar joint
  51. Movements of elbow joint
    • Flexion
    • Extension
    • Supination -turn palms up
    • Pronation- turn palms down
  52. Anterior Brachial Compartment muscles, 3
    • Coracobrachialis- Shoulder flexion (crosses front side shoulder joint
    • Brachialis- Fexion of elbow
    • Biceps Brachii- Should Flexion, Elbow Flexion, supination
  53. Coracobrachialis
    • O: coracoid process
    • I: Medial shaft of humerus
    • Shoulder flexion (crosses front shoulder)
    • crosses 1 joint= shoulder
    • lateral wall axilla space
    • deep to biceps brachii
  54. Brachialis
    • O: Anterior distal 1/2 humerus(front)
    • I: Ulmar tuberosity of Ulna
    • Elbow Flexion
    • crosses 1 joint= elbow
    • deep to biceps brachii
  55. Biceps Brachii
    • O: short head coracoid process, long head supraglenoid tubercle
    • I: Radial tuberosity of radius
    • Shoulder Flexion, Elbow Flexion, Supination
    • Crosses 3 joints= shoulder, elbow, proximal radial ulnar joint
    • doesn't attach to humerus
  56. Posterior Brachial compartment muscles
    Triceps Brachii
    • O: infraglenoid tubercle, posterior humeral shaft 2X
    • I: Olecranon process of ulna
    • Shoulder Extension, elbow Extension
    • Scrosse the shoulder joint at infraglenoid cavity
    • to stretch flex shoulder and elbow
  57. Axilla Space wall
    Posterior, Medial, Anterior, Latera
    • Posterior: Teres major, subscapularis, latissimus dorsi
    • Medial: Serratus anterior
    • Anterior: Pectoralis major and minor
    • Lateral: Coracobrachialis
  58. Wrist joint is ellipsoid
    Movement of wrist
    • Flexion, extension
    • ABduction or radial deviation= thumb moving away from body
    • ADduction or ulnar deviation= pinky moving in toward body
  59. Finger joints= proximal joint at base of finger more mobile, two distal joint in finger less mobice
    Metacarpophalangeal (MP) joint movements
    • Extension= open hand at fingers
    • Flexion=close hand at fingers
    • ABduction=pull fingers apart
    • ADduction+ place finger together
  60. Anterior compartment antebrachium
    common action
    common attachment
    • Action: Wrist Flexion, Finger flexion
    • Attachment: Medial epicondyle of humerus
  61. Posterior compartment antebrachium
    common action
    common attachment
    • Action: Wrist Extension and digits
    • Attachment: Lateral epicondyle of humerus
  62. Digitiminimi
    Hypothenar
    Indicis
    • Pinky
    • Thumb
    • Index
  63. Hip joint= ball and socket, good ROM
    Articulations
    LIgaments
    • Artuculation: head of femur, acetabulum of os coxae
    • Ligaments: pubofemoreal, iliofemoral, ischiofemoral
  64. Deep hip Rotator muscles
    Start right under Gluteus minimus
    They all do Horizontal ABduction flexed thigh
    Lateral rotation hip
    Quadratus only does Lateral rotation hip
    Common attach: Greater trochanter femur
    • Gotta- gluteus minimus(not a DHRM)
    • Pee- Piriformis
    • G- Gemellus superior
    • O- Obturator Internus
    • G- Gemellus inferior
    • 0- Obturator externus
    • Quickly- Quadratus Femors
  65. Movement of hip joint
    • Flexion
    • Extension
    • ABduction, bone up toward PSIS
    • Adduction
    • Medial rotation- turn feet into each other
    • Lateral rotation- turn feet away each other (duck walk)
  66. Piriformis- DHRotator
    • O: anterior surface sacrum
    • I: Greater Trochanter femur
    • Horizontal ABduction flexed thigh
    • Lateral rotation hip
    • most superior DHR
    • sciatic nerve is deep to pririformis, superficial to all other DRH's
  67. Superior Gemellus-DHRotator
    • O: ischial spine
    • I: Greater trochanter femur
    • Horizontal ABduction flexed thigh
    • Lateral rotation hip
    • between pririformis & obtrurator internus
    • scatic nerve superficial or superior Gemulles is deep to sciatic nerve
  68. Obturator Internus- DHRotator
    • O: obturator foream
    • I: Greater trochanter femur
    • Horizontal ABduction of flexed thigh
    • Lateral rotation of hip
    • between Gemelli muscles
    • deep to sciatic nerve
  69. Inferior Gemellus- DHRotator
    • O: upper protion of ischial tuberosity
    • I: Greater trochanter femur
    • Horizontal ABDuction of flexed thigh
    • Lateral rotation of hip
    • between orturator internus and externus
    • deep to sciatic nerve
  70. Quadratis Femoris- DHRotator
    • O: lateral superior portion of schial tuberosity
    • I: Greater trochanter femur
    • Lateral rotation hip
    • Most inferior DHR muscle
  71. Obturator Internus- DHRotator
    • O: Obturator foramen
    • I: Greater trochanter femur
    • Horizontal Abduction flexed thigh
    • Lateral rotation hip
    • Most anterior DHR
  72. Gluteal Muscles
    common action: hip aBduction
    • Gluteus minimus- Hip aBduction, Med RT hip
    • Gluteus Medius- Hip aBduction, Med RT hip
    • Gluteus Maximus- Hip aBduction, Lat RT hip, Extension hip/thigh
    • Tensor Fascia Latae- Hip aBduction, flexion hip, Med RT hip, weak lat. rt hip
  73. Gluteus Minimus
    • O: between anterior, inferior Gluteal lines ilium
    • I: Anterior surface Greater Trochanter
    • Hip aBduction, medial rotation hip
    • deepest gluteal muscle
  74. Gluteus Medius
    • O: between anterior, posterior gluteal lines ilium
    • I: Greater Trochanter femur
    • Hip aBduction, medial rotation hip
    • deep to maximus, superficial to minimus
  75. Gluteus Maximus
    • O: ilium posterior iliac crest, lateral side sacrum & coccyx
    • I: upper 2/3 to iliotibial tract(IT band) lower 1/3 to gluteal tuberosity
    • Hip aBduction, lateral rotation hip, extendion hip/thigh
  76. Tensor Fascia Latae
    • O: outer lip anterior iliac crest, ASIS
    • I: Iliotibial tract (IT band)
    • Hip aBduction, flexion hip,medial rotation hip
    • only has 1 bony attachment
  77. Hip flexor musches
    common action: hip flexion
    • psoas major: powerful hip flexion, deepens lumbar curve, weak lateral rotation
    • Iliacus: powerful hip flexor, weak lateral rotator
  78. Psoas major- Hip flexor
    • O: transverse processes of lumbar vert
    • I: lesser trochanter
    • powerful  hip flexor, weak lateral rotator, deepens lumbar curve
    • paro of Iliopsoas (tight psoas=tight back)
  79. Iliacus- Hip flexor
    • O: superior 1/2 iliac fossa
    • I: converges w/psoas major tendon to lesser trochanter
    • powerful hip flexor, weak lateral rotator
    • part of Iliopsoas
  80. Iliotibial bane (IT band)
    • thick fascia, deep fascia of thigh
    • helps aBductor muscles of hip joint stabilize
  81. Knee joint= compound (bicondylar and sadde joint)
    Articulations: condyle of femur and condyles of tibia form bicondylar, posterior of patells and patellar surface of femur form saddle joint
    Ligament? lots of them
    • Fibular (lateral) collateral- stabilize lateral prevents medial flexion(LCL)
    • tibial (medial) (MCL) stabilize medial prevent lateral flexion
    • Anterior Cruciate (ACL) stabilize knee prevent anterior (sliding) of tibia to femur. limits lateral rotation tibia
    • Posterior (PCL)
  82. Menisci
    • Shock absorption
    • fibrocartilaginous disx
  83. Knee joint movements
    • Extension- leg straight
    • Flexion- Knee bent, foot toward glutes
    • Rotation
  84. Medial thigh compartment= ADDuctors
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    Common action: aDduction and lateral or medial rotation hip
    Common attachment: pubis, linea aspera
    • Pectineus- Hip aDduction, hip flexion
    • Adductor Brevis- Hip aDduction, latereal rotate
    • Adductor Longus- Hip aDduction, lateral rotate, hip flexion
    • Adductor Minimus- Hip aDduction, lateral rotate
    • Adductor Magnus- Hip aDduction, lateral rotate, Hip Extension
    • Gracillis- Hip aDduction, Knee flexion
  85. Pectineus- Adductor
    • O: pectineal line pubis
    • I: pectineal line femur
    • Hip aDduction, hip flexion
    • crosses 1 joint
    • superficial to adductor brevis
    • medial to Iliopsoas
    • lateral to adductor longu
  86. Adductor Brevis- Adductor
    • O: Pubic Bone
    • I: linea aspera femur (upper 1/3) Attaches posteriorly femur
    • Hip aDduction, lateral rotation
    • deep to pectineus & adductor longus
  87. Adductor Longus- Adductor
    • O: Pubic bone
    • I: linea aspera femur (1/3 middle)(attaches posteriorly femur
    • Hip aDduction, lateral rotation, hip Flexion
    • anterior & superficial to Brevis adductor
    • medial to pectineus
  88. Adductor Minimus- Adductor
    • O: Inferior pubic ramus
    • I: medial margin gluteal tuberosity
    • Hip aDduction, lateral rotation
    • superior portion o adductor magnus
  89. Adductor Magnus- Adductor
    • O: ischial ramus of schium and lateral surface ischial tuberosity
    • I: entire length linea aspera & adductor tubercle
    • Hip aDduction, lateral rotation, extension hip
    • only adductor to attach to ischium
    • largest most powerful hip adductor
  90. Gracilis- Adductor
    • O: lower 1/2 pubis
    • I: medial to tibial tuberosity (pes anserine)
    • Hip aDduction, flexion knee(crosses medial back knee)
    • crosses 2 joint (hip,knee)
    • most medial adductor
    • part of pes anserine on tibia
  91. Anterior thigh Compartment muscles
    V V V R= Quads
    common attachment: tibial tuberosity
    common action: knee extension
    • Vastus intermedius- Knee extension
    • Vastus Lateralis- Knee extension
    • Vastus Medialis- Knee extension
    • Rectus Femoris- Knee extension, hip flexion
    • Sartorius(not a quad)- Hip and knee flexion, lateral rotate hip (pes anserine)
  92. Vastus intermedisu- Quad
    • O: proximal 2/3 anterior and lateral surfaces femur
    • I: Tibial tuberosity
    • Knee extension
    • deep to Rectus femoris
    • flex knee to stretch
  93. Vastus Lateralis- Quad
    • O: lateral aspect linea aspera
    • I: Tibial Tuberosity
    • Knee extension
    • deep to IT band (goes over)
  94. Vastus Medialis- Quad
    • O: medial side linea aspera
    • I: Tibial Tuberosity
    • Knee extension
    • medial quadriceps muscle
  95. Rectus Femoris- Quad
    • O: anterior inferior Iliac Spine (ASIS)
    • I: Tibial Tuberosity
    • Knee extension, hip flexion
    • wrecks pattern by crossing hip
    • only quad crosses 2 joints=hip, knee
    • superficial to Vastus intermedius
  96. Sartorius- Not a quad but on anterior thigh
    • O: ASIS
    • I: medial to tibial tuberosity (pes anserine)
    • Hip & knee flexion, lateral rotate hip
    • "hacky sack" muschle
    • longest muscle in body
    • divides posterior and medial compartment
  97. Pes Anserine of thigh
    3 Medial, Anterior, Posterior
    • Gracilis- Medial (aDductor group)
    • Sartorius- Anterior (quad group)
    • Semitendinosis- Posterior (hamstring group)
  98. Posterior Thigh Compartment
    BF, Semib, Semit,
    common attachment: ischial tuberosity
    common action: Hip extension, Knee flexion
    all 3 cross 2 joints (hip, knee)
    • Biceps Femoris- Knee flexion, hip extension
    • Semimembranosus- Knee flexion, hip extension
    • Semitendinosus- Knee flexion, hip extension
  99. Biceps Femoris- Posterior hamstring
    • O: ischial tuberosity, lateral linea aspera
    • I: lateral & posterior portion head of fibula
    • Knee flexion, hip extension
    • most lateral hamstring
    • only hamstring attaches to fibula and femur
  100. Semimembranosus- posterior hamstring
    • O: ischial tuberosity
    • I: posterior medial surface medial condyle of tibia
    • Knee flexion, hip extension
  101. Semitendinosus- posterior hamstring
    • O: ischial tuberosity
    • I: medial to tibial tuberosity (pes anserine)
    • Knee flexion, hip extension
    • semitendinosis= long tendon
    • intermediate hamstring
  102. Ankle joint= hinge (synovial-moveable)
    MOvement ankle joint Dorsal, Plantar
    Movement tarsal joint, inversion, eversion
    • Dorsal flexion -top of foot posterior, foot off ground
    • Plantar flexion - bottom foot anterior (point toes)
    • Inversion- bottom foot medial
    • Eversion- bottom footout lateral
  103. Soleus muscle
    • powerful plantar flexion ankle
    • stretch soleus by beanding knee
    • superficial to tibialis posterior
    • attaches to calcaneus via the calcaneal tenson (Achilles heel)
    • crosses the ankle but not knee
  104. Gastrocnemius muscle
    • powerful plantar flexion, knee flexion
    • superficial to plantaris and soleus
    • attaches to calcaneus vis calcaneal tendon
    • crosses both ankle and knee joints
  105. Plantaris
    • plantar flexion (weak) knee flexion (weak)
    • attaches to calcaneus but not via the calcaneal tenson
    • sandwiched between gastrocnemius and solues
    • not a part of calcaneal tenson

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