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Sports Med 3

Hamstrings Ischial Tuberosity/Proximal tibia and fibula Knee flexion and hip extension
Hip Abductions Ilium lateral side of femur/ head of tibula Adbuct hip
Hip Adductions Pubis/Medial side of femur Adduct hip
Hip Internal Rotators Illium greater truchenta/Outer surface illium Internal rotation of hip
Hip External Rotators Ischium/Greater trochantor External rotation of hip
Gasrrocnemius (posterior) Distal femur/Calcanus Plantarflexion and flexes knee
Soleus (posterior) Posterior tibia and Fibula calcancus Plantarflexion
Tibialis Anterior (anterior) Tibia medial cuneiform and 1st metatarsal Dorsiflexion and slight inversion
Extensor Hallicius Longus (anterior) Fibula dorsal surface or Big toe Dorsiflexion, extends 1st digit, and inversion of ankle
Extensor Digitorum Longus (anterior) Tibia and fibula Dorsiflexion, eversion, extends toes 2-5
Tibalis Posterior (medial) Postir, or tibia navicular, cuneiforms, cuboid/metatarsals 2-4 Plantarflexion and inversion
Flexor Digitorum Longus (medial) Posterior tibia vental(1,2,5), and surface of distal phalanges Plantarflexion, flexes toes 2-5, and inversion
Flexor Hallicus Longus (medial) Fibula
Peroneus Longus (lateral) Fibula ventral surface of 1st metatarsal and medial cuneiform Eversion and plantarflexion
Peroneus Brevis (lateral) Fibula proximal 5th metatarsal Eversion and plantarflexion
Quadriceps Anterior Iliac Crest/Tibial Tubercle Hip flexion and knee extension
Created by: kamikolily