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OINA for spine/trunk

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What is the action of sternoclavomastoid? Ipsilateral side bend, contralateral rotation and bilateral flexion if both engaged
What is the Innervation of sternoclavomastoid? Accessory nerve
What is the Insertion of Sternoclvomastoid Mastoid process
What is the origin of Sternoclavomastoid? Med clavicle and mandubrium and sternum
What is the innervation for External/Internal obliques and Transverse abdominas? Intercostal nerves T7-T12, Illiohypogastric nerve, illioguinal nerve
What is the innervation of Rectus abdominas? Intercostal nerves T7-T12
O: RECTUS ABDOMINUS Crest of pubis
O: INTERNAL OBLIQUE Ant 1/2 illiac Crest
O: TRANSVERSE ABDOMINUS Inner surface of illiac crest and cart of lower 6 ribs
O: QUADTRATUS LUMBORUM Post lip illiac crest
I: RECTUS ABDOMINUS Cost cart T5, 6, 7 and Xhipoid process
I: EXTERNAL OBLIQUE Ant 1/2 illiac crest
I: INTERNAL OBLIQUE Cost cart ribs 8, 9, 10
I: TRANSVERSE ABDOMINUS Crest of pubis an linea aspera
I: QUADTRATUS LUMBORUM Trans Process L:1-L4, Rib 12
A: RECTUS ABDOMINUS Bilateral Trunk flexion
A: EXTERNAL OBLIQUE Same side flexion, opp side rotation
A: INTERNAL OBLIQUE Both sides (Bilateral) lumbar flexion
A: TRANSVERSE ABDOMINUS Pulls belly to floor
A: QUADTRATUS LUMBORUM Stabalizes the spine
Created by: gogreengals