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Kines Hip Muscles

origin; insertion; action; nerve

Psoas Major - ORIGIN Bodies and Transverse processes of lumbar vertebrae (L1-L5)
Psoas Major - INSERTION Lesser trochanter
Psoas Major- ACTION Hip flexion
Psoas Major - INNERVATION Lumbar Plexus
iliacus- ORIGIN iliac fossa
iliacus- INSERTION Lesser trochanter
iliacus - ACTION Hip flexion
iliacus - INNERVATION Femoral
Tensor Fascia Latae- ORIGIN iliac crest, posterior to the ASIS
Tensor Fascia Latae - INSERTION iliotibial tract (IT band)
Tensor Fascia Latae - ACTION Hip Flexion, ABD, IR
Tensor Facia Latae - INNERVATION Superior gluteal
Sartorius- ORIGIN ASIS
Sartorius- INSERTION Proximal-medial shaft of tibia (at pes anserinus tendon)
Sartorius - ACTION Hip Flexion, ABD, ER; Knee flexion & IR
Sartorius - INNERVATION Femoral
Rectus Femors- ORIGIN AIIS
Rectus Femors- INSERTION Tibial tuberosity
Rectus Femors - ACTION Hip flexion; knee extension
Rectus Femors - INNERVATION Femoral
Pectineus- ORIGIN Superior ramus of pubis (pectinal line)
Pectineus- INSERTION Pectinal line of femur
Pectineus - ACTION Hip ADD, IR & Flexion
Pectineus - INNERVATION Obturator & Femoral nerve
Gracilis- ORIGIN Inferior ramus of the pubis
Gracilis- INSERTION Proximal-medial shaft of the tibia (at pes anserinus)
Gracilis - ACTION Hip ADD; Knee Flexion & IR
Gracilis - INNERVATION Obturator
Adductor Longus- ORIGIN Pubic tubercle
Adductor Longus- INSERTION Medial lip of linea aspera
Adductor Longus - ACTION Hip ADD & IR; Assist in Hip flexion
Adductor Longus - INNERVATION Obturator
Adductor Brevis- ORIGIN Inferior ramus of pubis
Adductor Brevis - INSERTION Pectinal line & medial lip of linea aspera
Adductor Brevis - ACTION Hip ADD & IR; Assist in Hip flexion
Adductor Brevis - INNERVATION Obturator
Adductor Magnus - ORIGIN Adductor Head: ischial ramus Extensor Head: Ischial tuberosity
Adductor Magnus - INSERTION AdductorHead: entire linea aspera of femur Extensor Head: adductor tubercle
Adductor Magnus - ACTION Adductor Head: hip ADD Extensor Head: hip extension
Adductor Magnus - INNERVATION Adductor Head: obturator nerve Extensor Head: tibial portion of sciatic nerve
Gluteus Maximus - ORIGIN coccyx, edge of sacrum, posterior iliac crest sacrotuberous and sacroiliac ligaments
Gluteus Maximus - INSERTION gluteal tuberiosity (upper fibers) Iliotibial tract - IT band ( lower fibers)
Gluteus Maximus - ACTION ALL FIBERS: Hip extension, ER, & ABD LOWER FIBERS: ADD hip
Gluteus Maximus - INNERVATION Inferior gluteal
Semimembranosus - ORIGIN Ischial tuberosity
Semimembranosus - INSERTION Posterior aspect of medial condyle of the tibia
Semimembranosus - ACTION Hip extension & IR (posterior pelvic tilt); Knee flexion
Semimembranosus - INNERVATION Tibial
Semitendinosus - ORIGIN Ischial tuberosity
Semitendinosus - INSERTION proximal medial shaft of the tibia (pes anserinus)
Semitendinosus - ACTION Hip extension & IR (posterior pelvic tilt); Knee flexion
Semitendinosus - INNERVATION Tibial
Biceps Femoris - ORIGIN Long head: ischial tuberosity Short head: lateral tip of linea aspera
Biceps Femoris - INSERTION Head of the fibula
Biceps Femoris - ACTION Hip extension & ER (posterior pelvic tilt); Knee flexion & ER
Biceps Femoris - INNERVATION Tibial (long head) Peroneal (short head)
Piriformis - ORIGIN Anterior surface of Sacrum
Piriformis - INSERTION Superior apex of the Greater Trochanter
Piriformis - ACTION Hip ER & ABD
Piriformis - INNERVATION Sacral plexus
Quadratus Femoris - ORIGIN Lateral boarder of Ischial Tuberosity
Quadratus Femoris - INSERTION Intertrochanteric crest, between the greater and lesser trochanters (quadrate tubercle)
Quadratus Femoris - ACTION Hip ER
Quadratus Femoris - INNERVATION Sacral plexus
Obturator Internus - ORIGIN Obturator membrane & inferior surface of obturator foramen
Obturator Internus - INSERTION Medial surface of greater trochanter
Obturator Internus - ACTION HIP ER
Obturator Internus - INNERVATION Sacral plexus
Obturator Externus - ORIGIN Ramus of ischium & inferior ramus of pubis
Obturator Externus - INSERTION trochanteric fossa of femur
Obturator Externus - ACTION HIP ER
Obturator Externus - INNERVATION Obturator
Gemellus Superior - ORIGIN ischial spine
Gemellus Superior - INSERTION Medial surface of greater trochanter
Gemellus Superior - ACTION HIP ER
Gemellus Superior - INNERVATION Sacral plexus
Gemellus Inferior - ORIGIN ischial tuberosity
Gemellus Inferior - INSERTION Medial surface of greater trochanter
Gemellus Inferior - ACTION HIP ER
Gemellus Inferior - INNERVATION Sacral plexus
Gluteus Medius - ORIGIN Gluteal surface of the ilium between the iliac crest & the posterior & anterior gluteal lines
Gluteus Medius - INSERTION Greater trochanter
Gluteus Medius - ACTION All fibers: HIP ABD Anterior fibers: HIP IR Posterior fibers: HIP extension & ER
Gluteus Medius - INNERVATION Superor gluteal
Gluteus Minimus - ORIGIN Gluteal surface of the ilium between the iliac crest & the posterior & anterior gluteal lines
Gluteus Minimus - INSERTION Anterior border of greater trochanter
Gluteus Minimus - ACTION HIP flexion, ABD & IR
Gluteus Minimus - INNERVATION Superior gluteal
Created by: vspta14



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