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Spine of the Scapula
Superficial Ridge located on top of the Shoulder.
Attachment Site for Posterior Deltoid, Middle and Lower Fibers of Trapezius
How to Palpate Spine of Scapula
Partner Prone,
Lay HAND ACROSS UPPER BACK AND SLIDE FINGERS INFERIORLY UNTIL THEY ROLL OVER SPINE
MEDIAL BORDER
LONG EDGE OF THE SCAPULA THAT RUNS PARALLEL TO THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN
HOW TO PALPATE MEDIAL BORDER
PRONE
FIND SPINE OF SCAPULA
FOLLOW MEDIALLY UNTIL FINGERS FALL OFF SPINE
INFERIOR ANGLE
LOWER END OF SCAPULA, PINCH WITH FINGERTIP AND THUMB
SUPERIOR ANGLE
LOCATED AT SUPERIOR END OF SCAPULA
PALPATE SUPERIOR ANGLE
PRONE
LIFT SHOULDER UP UNDERNEATH TO LOOSEN MUSCLES
LOCATE MEDIAL BORDER AND FOLLOW SUPERIORLY
LATERAL BORDER
BORDER THAT EXTENDS FROM INFERIOR ANGLE TO ARMPIT
PALPATE LATERAL BORDER
PRONE
HANG ARM OFF TABLE
FOLLOW BORDER UP FROM INFERIOR ANGLE
INFRAGLENOID TUBERCLE
LOCATED AT MOST SUPERIOR PART OF LATERAL BORDER, SMALL SPOT WHERE LONG HEAD OF TRICEPS BRACHII ATTACH
PALPATE INFRAGLENOID TUBERCLE
PRONE
LOCATE LATERAL BORDER
FOLLOW SUPERIORLY
FEEL WITH THUMB OVERTOP OF MUSCLES OR CURL UNDERNEATH THEM
INFRASPINOUS FOSSA
TRIANGULAR AREA INFERIOR TO THE SPINE; FILLED WITH INFRASPINATUS MUSCLE
SUPRASPINOUS FOSSA
LOCATED SUPERIORLY TO SPINE
SMALL BUT DEEP
SUBSCAPULAR FOSSA
LOCATED ANTERIORLY TOWARD THE RIBCAGE
PALPATE SUBSCAPULAR FOSSA
SIDELYING
PLACE THUMB IN MIDDLE OF LATERAL BORDER
SINK THUMB UNDER SCAPULA
ACROMION
LATERAL ASPECT OF THE SPINE OF THE SCAPULA, TOP OF THE SHOULDER.
CLAVICLES LATERAL END
PALPATE ACROMION
SEATED OR SUPINE
LOCATE SPINE OF SCAPULA
FOLLOW LATERALLY TILL FINGERS REACH THE PEAK
THIS IS THE ACROMION
CLAVICLE
HORIZONTAL ACROSS THE UPPER CHEST WITH A GENTLE "S" SHAPE ATTACHES WITH STERNUM
ACROMIOCLAVICULAR (A/C) JOINT
SMALL ARTICULATION BETWEEN ACROMION OF SCAPULA AND THE ACROMIAL END OF THE SCAPULA
PALPATE A/C JOINT
SEATED OR SUPINE
LOCATE ACROMION
GLIDE MEDIALLY TOWARD CLAVICLE
FEELS A SMALL STEP AS YOU RISE ON THE CLAVICLE
BACKTRACK A BIT AND THAT IS THE JOINT DITCH
STERNOCLAVICULAR (S/C) JOINT
ARTICULATION BETWEEN STERNAL END OF THE CLAVICLE AND THE STERNUM
PALPATE S/C JOINT
SEATED OR SUPINE
SLIDE FINGERS MEDIALLY ON CLAVICLE
JUST TO THE BODYS CENTERLINE, IT WILL BULGE
SLIDE OFF THE STERNAL END OF THE CLAVICLE
CORACOID PROCESS
BEAK-LIKE PROJECTION OF SCAPULA FOUND INFERIOR TO THE SHAFT OF THE CLAVICLE
PALPATE CORACOID PROCESS
SEATED OR SUPINE
LAY THUMB ALONG LATERAL SHAFT OF CLAVICLE
SLIDE INFERIORLY, APPROX AN INCH 1/2
PUSH FINGERTIPS TOGETHER
DELTOID TUBEROSITY
LOCATED ON THE LATERAL SIDE OF THE MID-HUMERAL SHAFT
SMALL BUMP
GREATER TUBERCLE
LOCATED INFERIOR AND LATERAL TO THE ACROMION. SHAPED LIKE A LOW MOUND
ATTACHMENT OF 3 OF 4 ROTATOR CUFF MUSCLES- SUPRASPINATUS, INFRASPINATUS, AND TERES MINOR
LESSER TUBERCLE
SMALLER THAN THE GREATER TUBERCLE, SITE OF ATTACHMENT FOR THE 4TH ROTATOR CUFF MUSCLE- SUBSCAPULARIS.
INTERTUBERACLE GROOVE
BETWEEN THE GREATER AND LESSER TUBERCLE,
HOLDS TENDON OF BICEPS BRACHII
PALPATE GREATER TUBERCLE
SEATED OR SUPINE
SHAKING HANDS WITH YOUR PARTNER, LOCATE ACROMION
SLIDE OFF ACROMION INFERIORLY AND LATERALLY APPROX 1 INCH
SOLID SURFACE DEEP TO THE DELTOID FIBERS WILL BE THE GREATER TUBERCLE
PALPATE INTERTUBERCLE GROOVE AND LESSER TUBERCLE
PLACE THUMB OF GREATER TUBERCLE
ROTATE ARM LATERALLY
AS GREATER TUBERCLE MOVES OUT, YOUR THUMB WILL BE ON THE INTERTUBERCLE GROOVE
CONTINUE TO MOVE ARM AND WILL BE ON LESSER TUBERCLE