Kines muscle insertion 1

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Section 1

Question Answer
Upward roation for scapulalower trap, serratus ant, upper traps
downward rotation for scarpulapec minor, levator scapulae, rhomboids
adduction for scapulamiddle traps, rhomboids
abduction for scapulapec minor and serratus ant
elevation for scapulaupper traps and levator scapulae
depression for scapulalower traps and pec minor
ADD for Humerousteres minor
ER for Humerousteres minor, infraspinatus
humerous abdteres minor and infraspinatus
humerous ABDsupraspinatus
humerous IR subscapularus
Flex Shoulderpec major, carocobrachialis, ant deltoid
ADD for shoulderpec major, ant deltoid, latissimus dorsi, teres major
horz ADD for shoulderpec major and ant deltoid
horz ADB for shoulderpost deltoid, latissimus dorsi, teres jamor
ABD for shoulderanterior, middle, and post deltoids
Extension for shoulderpost deltoid, latissimus dorsi, teres major
ER for shoulderPosterior deltoid

Section 2

Question Answer
Pectoralis major OriginANteriolateral surface rib 3-5
Pectoralis major insertioncoracoid (scapular side)
Serratus ant Originanterio-lateral Rib 2-8
Serratus Ant insertionmedial border under scapula
upper traps Originoccipital bone and C1-C6
upper traps insertionouter 1/3 of clavicale, accromion process
middle traps Originc7-T3
Middle traps insertionscapular spine
lower trap originspinous process of middle/lower T...T4-12
lower trap insertionbase of scapular spine
levator scapulae originc1-c4
levator scapulae insertionsuperior angle of spine

Section 3

Question Answer
rhomboidis originspine of C7-T5
Rhomboidis insertionmedial border of scapula
teres minor originaxillary border
greater tubercle for insertionsteres minor, infraspinatus, supraspinatus
infraspinatus origininfraspinatus fossa
supraspinatos originsupraspinous
subscarpularis originsubscarpluarifossa
subscarpularis insertionlesster tubercle
Pec major Originsternum medial 1/3 of clavicle
pec major insertionlateral lip of bicipital groove
coacobrachialis origincoracoid process of scapula
coracobrachialis insertionanteriomedial humerus at midpoint
anterior deltoid originlateral 1/3 of clavicle
middle deltoid originacromion
post deltoid originspine of scapula
deltoid tuberosity insertionsant, middle, and posterior deltoids
latissimus dorsi originT7-L5, post surface of sacrum, illiac crest, and lower 3 ribs
insertion for latissimus dorsibicipital grrove of humerous
Teres major origininf angle of scapula
Teres major insertionlesser tubercle

Section 4

Question Answer
muscles pulling in diff directions to accomplish same motionforce couple
scapular upward rotationupper trap, lower trap, and serratus anterior
scapular downward rotationpect minor, levator scapulae, rhomboids
shoulder girdle muscles stabalize scapula as humerous moves through full ROM at shoulderscapulohumeral rhythm
weak or paralyzed serratus antwinging scapula
winging scapula causestraction, comperession, carrying heavy loads on shoulder, injury/trauma
exteremly important in UE motion with scapular tightness joint trauma, musclar tearing, and pain can occurscapular mobility
scapular mobility is used for those who havehemiplegic UE
rotator cuff tears result fromrepetitive movements, awkward positions, force
most common place for dislocationshoulder
another name for frozen shoulderadhesive capsulitis
symptoms of frozen shoulderpain, stiff/loss of ROM
cause of frozen shoulderunknown
treating frozen shoulderstretching, joint mobilization, ROM
spastic or falccidityhemiplegic shoulder
what happesn after CVA or TBIhemiplegic shoudler

Section 5

Question Answer
ability to contract and generate force when stimulated (can shorten, stay same, or lengthen)contractility
muscel to lengthen when force is appliedextensibility
return to original shape after contracting/stretchingelasticity
respond to multiple stimuliexciibility/irritability
more stableorigin
greater ROMparallel
shorter; stablize; strengthoblique
prevents unwated motionneutralizaer
steadily contract to balancestablizer
no joint motionisometric
muscle shortening emains the sameisokinetic
muscle tension remains same, but muscle lenght changesisotonic
force developed withing muscletension