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Muscle Substitution

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Shoulder abductors are week what muscles initiate shoulder motion? Scapular Stabilizers (Rhomboid, Serratus Anterior, Trap, & Levator Scap)
When hip abductors are weak what muscle substitute? lateral trunk muscles (internal obliques, external obliques, quadratus lumborum, erector spinae, transversospinal) TFL
Use of Passive finger flexion by contraction of wrist extensors when finger flexors are weak is called? Tenodesis
Use of long head of biceps, coracobrachialis, and anterior deltoid to compensate when what muscle is weak? Pec Major
Hip extensors are weak use what to compensate? lower back extensors, adductor magnus, quadratus lumborum,
Weak hip flexors? lower abdominal and obliques, hip adductors and latissimus dorsi
Created by: klkoester