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Peroneus Brevis
o = Lateral fibula
i = 5th meta
a = eversion, PL
Trapezius
o=EOP thru T12

i=lateral clavicle, acromion, spine of scapula

a=elevation, retraction, depression
Latissimus dorsi
o=thoracolumbar aponeurosis

i=bicipital groove of humerus

a=extension, med rotation, adduction of humerus
teres major
o=inferior angle of scapula

i=bicipital groove

a=extension, med rotation, adduction of humerus
teres minor
o=axillary border of scapula

i=greater tubercle of humerus

a-lat rotation, extension of humerus
levator scapula
o= C1-C4

i=superior angle of scapula

a=elevation of scapula
rhomboids
0=C7-T5

i=medial border of scapula

a=retraction of scapula
supraspinatus
o=supraspinous fossa of scapula

i=greater tubercle

a=initiates abduction of humerus
stabilizes head of humerus
subscapularis
o=subscapular fossa of scapula

i=lesser tubercle

a=medial rotation, adduction of humerus
infraspinatus
o=infraspinous fossa of scapula

i=greater tubercle

a=lat rotation, extension of humerus
pectoralis major
o=sternum, clavicle, upper 6 ribs

i=bicipital groove

a=med rotation, adduction of humerus
pectoralis minor
o=ribs 3,4,5

i=coracoid process

a=protraction of scapula
subclavius
o=1st rib

i=inferior shaft of clavicle

a=stabilizes clavicle
serratus anterior
o=upper 8 ribs

i=medial border of scapula

a=protraction of scapuls
coracobrachialis
o=coracoid process

i=medial shaft of humerus

a=flexion, adduction of humerus
deltoids
o=lateral clavicle,acromion, spine of scapula

i=deltoid tuberosity of humerus

0=abduction to 90 degrees
triceps brachii
o=infraglenoid tubercle of scapula, posterior of humerous

i=olecranon process

a=extension of elbow and humerus
biceps brachii
o=supraglenoid tubercle of scapula, coracoid process

i=radial tuberosity

a=flexion of elbow and humerus
anconeus
o=lateral epicondyle of humerus

i=olecranon process

a=extension of elbow
brachialis
o=anterior shaft of humerus

i=ulna

a=flexion of elbow
Peroneus Longus
o = head and lateral Fibula
i = 1st meta, 1st cuneiform
a = Eversion, PL
Peroneus Tertius
o = Anterior Distal Fibula
i = 5th meta
a = Eversion, Dorsiflexion
brachioradialis
o = lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus

i = styloid process of radius

a = flexion of elbow
pronator teres
o = medial epicondyle of humerus
coronoid process of ulna

i = lateral shaft of radius

a = pronation of forearm
pronator quadratus
o = anterior ulna

i = anterior radius

a= pronation of forearm
supinator
0 = lateral epicondyl of humerus
radial collateral ligaments
proximal ulna
i = proximal radius

a = supination of forearm
extensor carpi radialis longus
o = lateral epicondyle

i = base 2nd metacarpal

a = wrist extension
abduction of wrist
extensor carpi radialis brevis
o = lateral epicondyle

i = base 3rd metacarpal

a = wrist extension
extensor carpi ulnaris
o = lateral epicondyle

i = base 5th metacarpal

a = extension of wrist
adduction of wrist
flexor carpi ulnaris
o = medial epicondyle

i = carpals

a = flexion of wrist
adduction
palmaris longus
o = medial epicondyl

i = palmar aponeurosis

a = assists flexion of wrist
flexor carpi radialis
o = medial epicondyle

i = base 2nd and 3rd metacarpals

a = flexion
abduction of wrist
extensor digitorum
o = lateral epicondyle

i = extensor expansion of 4 fingers

a = extension of proximal phalanges of
4 fingers; assists wrist extension
extensor digiti minimi
o = lateral epicondyle

i = extensor expansion of littel finger

a = extension of little finger
extensor indicis
o = interosseous membrane

i = extensor expansion of index finger

a = extension
flexor digitorum superficialis
o = medial epicondyle
coronoid process
anterior radius
i = middle phalanges

a = flexion of fingers
flexor digitorum profundus
o = interosseus membrane

i = distal phalanges

a = flexion of fingers
flexor pollicis longus
o = interrosseous membrane

i = distal phalanx of thumb

a = flexion of thumb
extensor polllicis longus
o = interosseous membrane

i = distal phalanx of thumb

a = extension of thumb
extensor pollicis brevis
o = interrosseous membrane

i = proximal phalanx of thumb

a = extension of thumb
abductor pollicis longus
o = interosseous membrane

i = 1st metacarpal

a = abduction of thumb
abductor pollicis brevis
o = carpals

i = proximal phalanx of thumb

a = abduction of thumb
adductor pollicis
o = 3rd metacarpal
carpals

i = proximal phalanx of thumb

a = adduction
flexor pollicis brevis
o = carpals

i = proximal phalanx of thumb

a = flexion of thumb
opponens pollicis
o = trapezium

i = 1st metacarpal

a = opposition of thumb
flexor digiti minimi
o = hamate

i = proximal phalanx of little finger

a = flexion of little finger
opponens digiti minimi
o = hamate

i = 5th metacarpal

a = opposition of little finger
abductor digiti minimi
o = pisiform

i = proximal phalanx of little finger

a = abduction
dorsal interossei
DAB
palmar interossei
PAD
lumbricals
o = flexor digitorum
profundus tendons

i = proximal phalanges

a = flexion at MP joints
Sternocleidomastoid
o = sternum, clavicle

i = mastoid process

a = bilaterally -- forward flexion
unilaterally -- lateral flexion to
same side
scalenes
o = transverse processes of C3-C6

i = 1st 2 ribs

a = laterally flex head to same side
rectus abdomininis
o = pubic symphysis

i = costal cartilages

a = trunk flexion
external oblique
o = lower 8 ribs

i = linea alba, pubis, iliac crest
a = bilat--trunk flexion
unilat--lateral flexion,
rotation to opposite side
internal oblique
o = inguinal ligament, iliac crest,
thoracolumbar aponeurosis
i = costal cartilages, linea alba,
abdominal aponeurosis
a = bilat--trunk flexion
unilat--lat. flex; rotation to same side
transverse abdominis
o = inguinal ligament, iliac crest, thoracolumbar aponeurosis, costal cartilages
i = agdominal aponeurosis, linea alba
a = compression of abdominal contents
intercostals
o = adjacent ribs

i = adjacent ribs

a = maintains spaces,
aids in respiration
gluteus maximus
o = posterior sacrum, ilium

i = gluteal tubersoity, iliotibial tract

a = hip extension, lateral rotation of extended hip
gluteus medius
o = posterior ilium

i = greater trochanter

a = abduction of hip
medial rotation
gluteus minimus
o = posterior ilium

i = greater trochanter

a = hip abduction,
medial rotation
piriformis
o = anterior sacrum

i = greater trochanter

a = lateral rotation
(85% over sciatic nerve; 12% bifracated)
Tensor Fasciae Latae
o = iliac crest

i = iliotibial tract

a = abduction
prevents collapse of extended knee
sartorius

(longest muscle)
o = anterior Superior Iliac Spine (ASIS)
i = pes anserine

a = tailor position
rectus femoris
o = anterior Inferior Iliac Spine,
acetabulum
i = tibial tuberosity via patellar tendon

a = extension of knee,
assists flexion of femur at hip
vastus medialis
vastus lateralis
vastus intermedius
o = femur

i = tibial tuberosity

a = knee extension
pectineus
o = anterior pubis

i = lesser trochanter

a = hip flexion,
adduction of femur
adductor longus
adductor brevis
0 = anterior pubis

i = posterior femur

a = adduction at hip
flexion at hip
adductor magnus
o = inferior pubis, ishial tuberosity

i = linea aspera of femur
adductor tubercle

a = adduction at hip
assists flexion
gracilis
o = anterior pubis

i = pes anserine

a = adduction
biceps femoris

(part of h/strings -- most lateral)
o = ischial tuberosity

i = head of fibula

a = hip extension
knee flexion
semitendinosus

(part of h/strings)
o = ishial tuberosity

i = pes anserine

a = hip extension
knee flexion
semimembranosus

(part of h/strings -- most medial)
o = ischial tuberosity

i = posterior medial tibia

a = hip extension
knee flexion
Abductor Hallucis
o = calcaneus
i = phalanx of big toe
a = AB big toe
Flexor Digitorum Brevis
o = calcaneus
i = 4 lateral toes
a = FL PIP joints
Abductor Digiti Minimi
o = calcaneus
i = proximal little toe
a = FL, AB little toe
Lumbricals (feet)
o = tendons of Flexor Digitorum longus
i = 4 lateral toes
a = FL MP joints, EX of DIP and PIP
Quadratus Plantae
o = calcaneus
i = tendons of flexor digitorum longus
a = FL
Flexor Hallicus Brevis
o = metatarsals of big toe
i = proximal big toe
a = FL big toe
Abductor Hallicus
o = 2-5th MP joint capsules
i = proximal big toe
a = ADD and FL big toe
Flexor Digiti Minimi Brevis
o = cuboid and 5th metatarsal
i = proximal phalanx 5th toe
a = FL of 5th toe
Dorsal Interossei
DAB
Plantar Interrosei
PAD
Gastrocnemius
o =medial and Lateral epicondyles of
femur
i = calcaneus via achilles tendon

a = Plantarflexion OR knee FL
Soleus
0 = soleal line of tibia, posterior femur
i = calcaneus via achilles tendon
a = Plantarflexion
Plantaris
o = lateral epicondyle
i = calcaneus via achilles tendon
a = assists PL and knee FL
Popliteus
o = lateral condyle
i = tibial shaft
a = initiates knee FL by medial rot. of tibia to unlock knee
Tibialis Posterior
o = Posterior tibia, posterior fibula
i = tarsals
a = inversion, PL
Flexor Digitorum Longus
o = Posterior tibia
i = Phalanges of 4 lateral toes
a = FL toes, PL
Flexor Hallucis Longus
o = Posterior fibula
i = distal phalanx of big toe
a = FL big toe, PL
Tibialis Anterior
o = Lateral shaft of tibia
i = 1st meta, cuneiform
a = Dorsiflexion, Inversion
Extensor Hallucis
o = anterior Fibula, Interr Mem
i = distal phalanx big toe
a = EX big toe
Extensor Digitorum Longus
o = Lateral Tibia, Fibula
i = 4 lateral toes
a = EX 4 toes
Extensor Digitorum Brevis
o = anterior calcaneus
i = 4 medial toes
a = EX 4 toes
Iliopsas
o = T12-L5 Transverse processes, anterior ilium

i = lesser trochanter

a = hip flexion
lateral rotation
(strongest hip flexor)