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O: PM-Lumbar Vertebrae T-12, L-5
I-Inner surface of ilium (iliac fossa)
I: Lesser Trochanter of femur
A: Flexion of femur at hip joint
If thigh if flixed, flexion of trunk at hip joint.
Psoas Major and Iliacus
O: Anterior Pubis
I: Between lesser trochanter and linea aspera of posterior femur
A: Flexion of femur at hip
Assists adduction of femur at hip
Pectineus
O: Anterior,inferior iliac spine
Illium at upper rim of acetabulum
I: Patella, tibial tuberosity via patellar ligament
A: Extension of knee
Assists flexion of femur at hip
"double jointed" part of Quad Group
Rectus Femoris
O: Posterior sacrum, Ilium (via ligamenteos sheath) superior gluteal line of ilium
I: Gluteal tuberosity of femur, Iliotibiel tract (which continues ot attach to lateral condyle of tibia)
A: Extension of femur at hip, lateral rotation of extended hip
Gluteus maximus
O: LH-ischial tuberosity
SH-linea aspera
I: Head of fibula (Lateral aspect)

A: LH- extension of hip
Both Heads: Flexion of knee, lateral rotationof flesed knee
Biceps Femoris
O: Ischial tuberosity
I: anterior proximal tibial shaft
A: Extension of hip
Flexion of knee
Medial rotation of fixed knee
Semitendinosus
O: Ischial tuberosity
I: Posterior medial tibial condyle
A: Extension of hip, flexion of knee, medial rotation of flexed knee
Semimembranosus
O: Iliac crest, Ilium between superior and middle gluteal lines
I: Greater trochanter of femur
A: Abduction
Medial rotation of femur at hip (anterior fibers)
*strongest hip adductor*
Gluteus Medius
O: Posterior ilium_between middle and ingerior gluteal lines
I: Anterior surface of greater trochanter of femur
A: Abduction, medial rotation of femur at hip
Gluteus Minimus
O: Iliac crest (posterior to anterior superior iliac crest)
I: Iliotibial tract (which continues to attach to the lateral condyle of the tibia)
A: prevents collapse of extended knee, assists abduction, medial rotation, flexion of femur at hip and extension of knee
Tensor Fasciae Latae
O: Anterior pubis
I: Linea aspera on posterior femur
A: Adduction of femur at hip, assists flexion of femur at hip
Adductor Brevis
O: Anterior pubis
I: Linea aspera on posterior femur
A: Adduction of femur at hip, assists flextion of femur at hip
Adductor Longus
O: AH- inferior ramus of pubis
PH- ischial tuberosity and ramus of ischium
I: AH- linea aspera of femur
PH- add
A: Adduction of femur at hip
AH- assists flexion and medial rotation of femur at hip
PH- Assists extension and lateral rotation of femur at hip
Adductor Magnus
O: Inferior ramus of anteriior pubis
I: medial proximal tibia
A: Adduction of femur at hip, assists flexion, flexion and medial rotatin of flexed knee
Gracilis
O: Anterior Sacrum, Ischium, Obturator foramen
I: Greater trochanter of femur
A: Lateral rotation of femur at hip
Six Deep Lateral Rotators of the Hip
*Piriformis
*Gemellus superior
*Obturator Internus
*Gemellus Inferior
*Obturator Externus
*Quadratus Femoris
"Piece Goods Often Go On Quilts"
O: Anterior superior iliac spine
I: Upper medial shaft of tibia
A: Assists flexion, abduction, lateral rotation of femur at hip, assists flexion, medial rotation of knee ("tailor position")
Sartorius