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Nerves to Bones

What nerve moves each bone and how

Invert foot Deep peroneal, tibial
Evert foot Deep and superficial peroneals
Dorsiflex foot Deep peroneal
Plantarflex foot Tibial and superficial peroneal
Flex knee Obturator, tibial, femoral, and common peroneal
Extend knee Femoral and superior gluteal (tensor fascia latae- supportive only)
ABduct carpus Radial and median
ADduct carpus Radial and ulnar
ABduct (protract) scapula Medial pectoral and long thoracic
ADduct (retract) scapula Thoracodorsal, dorsal scapular, and accessory(CN XI)
Elevate scapula Dorsal scapular and accessory (CN XI)
Depress scapula Medial pectoral, long thoracic, and accessory(CN XI)
Medially rotate humerus Medial and lateral pectorals, thoracodorsal, upper and lower subscapulars, and axillary
Laterally rotate humerus Axillary and suprascapular
ABduct humerus Axillary and suprascapular
ADduct humerus Thoracodorsal, musculocutaneous, radial, lower subscapular, and medial and lateral pectorals
Flex carpus Median and ulnar
Extend carpus Radial
Supinate forearm Radial and musculocutaneous
Pronate forearm Median
Flex elbow Musculocutaneous, radial, and median
Extend elbow Radial
Flex humerus Axillary, musculocutaneous, and medial and lateral pectoral
Extend humerus Thoracodorsal, lower subscapular, axillary, and radial
Medially rotate thigh Superior gluteal, obturator, and tibial
Laterally rotate thigh Inferior gluteal, sacral, femoral, tibial, obturator (pectineus) and branches of the sacral plexus (piriformis and quad femoris)
Flex hip Femoral, obturator, superior gluteal, and spinal nerves (psoas major)
Extend hip Inferior gluteal, femoral, sacral, tibial, and branches of the sacral plexus (piriformis)
ADduct thigh Obturator, tibial (adductor magnus), and femoral (pectineus)
ABduct thigh Superior gluteal, femoral, sacral, and branches of the sacral plexus (piriformis)
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