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OIF Shoulder

Origin, insertion, and function of the shoulder muscles

TermDefinition
O- occiput, cervicle and thoracic vertebrae Trapezius
I- outer 1/3 of clavicle and spine of scapula Trapezius
F- stabilize scapula Trapezius
O- thoracic and cervical vertebrae Latissimus Dorsi
I- Intertubercle Groove of humerus Latissimus Dorsi
F- extend arm/adducts Latissimus Dorsi
O- clavicle and sternum Pectoralis Major
I- Humerus (Greater Tubercle) Pectoralis Major
F- Flexes upper arm/adducts Pectoralis Major
O- Clavicle and spine of scapula Deltoid
I- Deltoid Tuberosity Deltoid
F- Abducts arm Deltoid
O- Corocoid Process and Glenoid Labrum Biceps
I- Tuberosity of Radius (Bicipital Tuberosity) Biceps
F- Flexes elbow and supination Biceps
O- Glenoid Fossa, Lateral border of humerus, radial groove of humerus Triceps
I- Olecranon Process of ulna Triceps
F- Arm extension Triceps
Created by: 15armoana