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Supraspinatus: Origin
Supraspinous fossa of scapula
Supraspinatus: Insertion
Greater tubercle of humerus
Supraspinatus: Action
Abducts humerus
Infraspinatus: Origin
Infraspinous fossa of scapula
Infraspinatus: Insertion
Greater tubercle of humerus
Infraspinatus: Action
Lateral (external) rotation and extensionof humerus
Teres Minor: Origin
Scapula
Teres Minor: Insertion
Greater tubercle of humerus
Teres Minor: Action
Lateral (external) rotation and extension of humerus
Subscapularis: Origin
Subscapular fossa
Subscapularis: Insertion
Lesser tubercles of humerus
Subscapularis: Action
Medial (internal) rotation of humerus
Triceps Brachii: Origin
Long head: Scapula
Medial head: Posterior humerus
Lateral head: Posterior humerus
Triceps Brachii: Insertion
Ulna at olecranon process
Triceps Brachii: Action
Extends forearm
Long head: extends humerus
Biceps Brachii: Origin
Short head: Corocoid process
Long head:Supraglenoid fosa of scapula
Biceps Brachii: Insertion
Radius at radial tuberosity
Biceps Brachii: Action
Flexes elbow; supinates forearm
Short head: flexes humerus
Latissimus Dorsi: Origin
Aponeurosis from T7 to iliac crest, lower 3 or 4 ribs, and scapula
Latissimus Dorsi: Insertion
Bicipital groove of humerus
Latissimus Dorsi: Action
Adducts, extends and medially (internally) rotates humerus
Rhomboid Major: Origin
T2 through T5 vertebrae
Rhomboid Major: Insertion
Scapula
Rhomboid Major: Action
Retracts, elevates and downwardly rotates scapula
Rhomboid Minor: Origin
C7 and T1 vertebrae
Rhomboid Minor: Insertion
Scapula
Rhomboid Minor: Action
Retracts, elevates and downwardly rotates scapula
Trapezius: Origin
Occiput, C7 through T12
Trapezius: Insertion
Clavicle, acromion, scapula
Trapezius: Action
Elevation, rotation, retraction, and depression of scapula
Pectoralis Major: Origin
Clavicle, sternum and upper 6 ribs
Pectoralis Major: Insertion
Bicipital groove of humerus
Pectoralis Major: Action
Clavicular portion: flexion of humerus
Sternal portion: extends humerus
Both: Adducts and medially (internally) rotates arm`
Teres Major: Origin
Scapula
Teres Major: Insertion
Bicipital groove of humerus
Teres Major: Action
Extends, medially (internally) rotates and adducts humerus
Deltoids: Origin
Anterior: Clavicle
Lateral: Acromion process of scapula
Posterior: Scapula
Deltoids: Insertion
Humerus at deltoid tuberosity
Deltoids: Action
Anterior: Flexes and medially (internally) rotates humerus
Lateral: Abducts humerus
Posterior: Extends and laterally (externally)rotates arm
Levator Scapulae: Origin
C1-C4 transverse processes
Levator Scapulae: Insertion
Medial border and superior angle of scapula
Levator Scapulae: Action
Elevates scapula and draws it medially; laterally flexes neck and rotates it to same side
Quadratus Lumborum: Origin
Iliac Crest
Quadratus Lumborum: Insertion
12th rib and lumbar vertebrae
Quadratus Lumborum: Action
Elevates hip and laterally flexes trunk
Rectus Abdominus: Origin
Pubis
Rectus Abdominus: Insertion
5th through 7th ribs, and xiphoid process
Rectus Abdominus: Action
Flexes Trunk
Gracilis: Origin
Pubis
Gracilis: Insertion
Medial surface of tibia
Gracilis: Action
Adducts hip; flexes then rotates knee
Gluteus Maximus: Origin
Sacrum and ilium
Gluteus Maximus: Insertion
Femur and iliotibial tract
Gluteus Maximus: Action
Extends then laterally (externally) rotates hip
Piriformis: Origin
Sacrum
Piriformis: Insertion
Greater trochanter of femur
Piriformis: Action
Laterally (externally) rotates thigh at hip; abducts thigh
Sartorius: Origin
Anterior superior iliac spine
Sartorius: Insertion
Tibia
Sartorius: Action
Flexes, laterally exteranlly rotates and abducts hip
Gastrocnemius: Origin
Femoral epicondyles
Gastrocnemius: Insertion
Calcaneus
Gastrocnemius: Action
Plantar flexes ankle or flexes knee
Soleus: Origin
Tibia and fibula
Soleus: Insertion
Calcaneus
Soleus: Action
Plantar flexes ankle
Quadriceps Femoris (4)
Rectus Femoris
Vastus Medialis
Vastus Lateralis
Vastus Intermedialis
Quadriceps Femoris: Action
All extend the leg at the knee and the Rectus Femoris flexes the hip.
Hamstrings (3)
Semitendinosus
Semimembranosus
Biceps Femoris
Hamstrings: Action
All flex the knee joint and extend the hip joint. The biceps femoris laterally (externally) rotates the knee while Semitendinosus and Semimembranosus medially (internally) rotate the knee
Gastrocnemius: Origin
Femoral epicondyles
Gastrocnemius: Insertion
Calcaneus
Gastrocnemius: Action
Plantar flexes ankle or flexes knee
Soleus: Origin
Tibia and fibula
Soleus: Insertion
Calcaneus
Soleus: Action
Plantar flexes ankle
Quadriceps Femoris (4)
Rectus Femoris
Vastus Medialis
Vastus Lateralis
Vastus Intermedialis
Quadriceps Femoris: Action
All extend the leg at the knee and the Rectus Femoris flexes the hip.
Hamstrings (3)
Semitendinosus
Semimembranosus
Biceps Femoris
Hamstrings: Action
All flex the knee joint and extend the hip joint. The biceps femoris laterally (externally) rotates the knee while Semitendinosus and Semimembranosus medially (internally) rotate the knee
Laterally (external) rotators of the humerus
1. Infraspinatus
2. Teres minor
3. Posterior Deltoid
Abductors of the humerus
1. Supraspinatus
2. Middle Deltoid
Adductors of the humerus
1. Pectoralis Major
2. Coracobrachialis
3. Latissimus Dorsi
4. Teres Major
Extensors of the humerus
1. Latissimus Dorsi
2. Teres Major
3. Posterior Deltoid
4. Infraspinatus
5. Teres Minor
6. Triceps Brachii (long head)
7. Pectoralis Major (sternal)
Flexors of the Humerus
1. Anterior Deltoid
2. Pectoralis Major (clavicular head)
3. Coracobrachialis
4. Biceps Brachii (short head)
Flexors of the Elbow
1. Biceps Brachii
2. Brachialis
3. Brachioradialis
4. Pronator Teres
Extensors of the Elbow
1. Triceps Brachii
2. Anconeus
Supinators of the forearm
1. Biceps Brachii
2. Supinator
Pronators of the forearm
1. Pronator Teres
2. Pronator Quadratus
Flexors of the hip
1. Iliopsoas
2. Pectineus
3. Tensor Fasciae Latae
4. Adductor Brevis
5. Adductor Longus
6. Adductor Magnus (anterior portion)
7. Rectus Femoris
8. Sartorius
Extensors of the hip
1. Gluteus Maximus
2. Biceps Femoris (long head)
3. Semitendinosus
4. Semimembranosus
5. Adductor Magnus (posterior portion)
Abductors of the hip
1. Gluteus Medius
2. Gluteus Minimus
3. Tensor Fasciae Latae
4. Sartorius
Adductors of the hip
1. Adductor Brevis
2. Adductor Longus
3. Adductor Magnus
4. Gracilis
5. Pectineus
Sternoclediomastoid: origin
Sternum and clavicle
Sternoclediomastoid: Insertion
Mastoid Process
Sternoclediomastoid: Action
Flexes and rotates head
Scalenes: Origin
Anterior: C3-C6 transverse processes
Middle: C3-C7 transverse processes
Podsterior: C5-C6 transverse processes
Scalenes: Insertion
Anterior and Middle: 1st rib
Posterior: 2nd rib
Scalenes: Action
All: Lateral flexion of neck; rotate head to opposite side; bilaterally eleate ribs during inhalation
Anterior: Flex neck