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Semitendinosis O:Ischial Tuberosity I:Anterior Proximal Tibial Shaft N: Sciatic nn Tibial division L5, S1,2, A: Hip Extension, Knee flexion, Medial rotation of Flexed Knee
Semimembranosis O: Ischial Tuberosity I: Posterior Medial Tibial Condyle N: Sciatic nn tibial division L5, S1,2A: Hip extension, Knee Flexion, medial rotation of flexed knee
Biceps Femoris O: Long Head -Ischial Tubeosity Short Head- Linea aspera on posterir femur I: Head of FibulaN: long Head- Sciatic nn tibial div S1,2,3 Short head- sciatic nn Proneal div L5,S1,2A: LH: Hip Extension Both: Knee Flexion & Lat. Rot. of Flexed Knee
Tensor Fasciae Latae O: IliaC Crest I: Iliotibial Tract N: Superior Gluteal nn L4,5 S1 A: Prevents Collapse of Ext. Knee in ambulation Assists- Hip ABduction & Med. Rotation Hip Flexion & Knee extension
Rectus Femoris O: Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine & ilium @ upper rim of acetabulum. I: Patella & tibial tuberosity Via Patellar Ligament N: Femoral nn L2,3,4 A: Knee extension Assists hip Flexion.
Vastus Lateralis O: Linea Aspera ( Posterior Femur), GreaterTrochanter of Femur I: Patella, Tibial tuberosity via patellar Ligament. N: Femoral nn L 2,3,4 A: Knee Extension
Vastus Medialis O: Linea Aspera(posterior Femur) I: Patella, tibial tuberosity via patellar Ligament N: femoral nn L2,3,4 A knee extension
Vastus intermedius O: Anterior & Lateral Femoral Shaft I: Patella, Tibial Tuberosity via Patellar Ligament N: Femoral nn L2,3,4A: Knee Extension
Psoas major O: Lumbar Vertebrae T12-L5 I: Lesser Trochanter of Femur N: L2,3 Directly A: Hip Flexion & Flexion of trunk @ hip if Thigh is fixed
Adductor magnus O:AH- Ramus of Pubis, PH-Ischial tuberosity &Ramus of pubis I: AH-linea asper(posterior Femur) PH - Adductor tubercle on FemurN: AH- Obturator nn L 2,3,4 PH: Sciatic nn L4,5,S1,2,3A: Hip adduction AH- Assists hip Flex.& Med Rot. PH: Assists hip ext.
Hip Flexors Main:Psoas Major & Iliacus(Iliopsoas)& PectiniusAssist: Tensor Fasciae Latae (TFL) Aductor BrevisAdductor longusAdductor Magnus- ant. HeadRectus FemorisSartorius
Iliacus O: Inner Surface if Ilium ( Iliac Fossa) I: Lesser Trochanter of Femur N: Femoral nn L2,3,4A: hip Flexion Flexion of trunk @ hip if thigh is fixed
ADDuctor Longus O: Anterior Pubis I: Linea Aspera( POsterior Femur) N: Obturator nn L2,3,4 A: Hip ADDuctionAssists- hip Fexion
Six Deep Lateral Rotators at the Hip Piriformis Gemellus SuperiorGemellus inferiorObturator Internus Obturator ExternisQuadratus Femoris O: Anterior Sacrum I:Greater Trochanter of Femur N: L4,5 S1,2 (Obturator Externus L3,4) A: hip Abduction (Lateral Rotation)
Gluteus Maximus O:Posterior Sacrum, Ilium(via ligamentus Sheath) Superior Gluteal Line of Ilium I: gluteal tuberosity of femur, Iliotibial tractN: Inferior Gluteal nn L5, S1,2 A: Hip extension, Lateral Rotation of Extended Hip
Gluteus Minimus O: Posterior Ilium (between middle &inferior Gluteal Lines) I: Anterior Surface of Greater Trochanter of femur N: SSuperior Gluteal nn L4, 5 S1A: ABduction,intenal rotation of femur @ hip
Guteus Medius O: Iliac Crest, ilium (Between superior & Middle Gluteal Lines) I: Greater trochanter of Femur N: Superior Gluteal nn L4,5, S1 A: Hip ABduction & Internal rotation of Femur @ Hip
Knee Flexors Main: Biceps Femoris, Semitendinosis, Semi MembranosisAssist: Sartotius, Gracilis, Gastrocsnemius, Plantaris, Popliteus
Lateral Rotators Of the Hip Piriformis obturator internis, Obturator externis, Gemellus Superior, Gemellus inferior, Quadratus Femoris,Gluteus Maximus Assists: Sartorius
Knee extensors Vastus Lateralis, Vastus intermedius, Vastus medialis (VMO), Rectus FemorisAssists:(TFL) Tensor Fasiae Latae
Medial( Internal)Rotators of the Hip Main:Gluteus Medius, Gluteus minimusAssists: TFL, Adductor Magnus- Anterior Head
Hip Extensors Gluteus maximus, Biceps Femoris -Long Head, Semitendinosus, SemimemreanosusAssists: Adductor magnus Posterior Head
ABductors of the Hip Gluteus Medius, Gluteus minimus,Assist: TFL, Sartorius
ADDuctors of the Hip Adductor Brevis, Adductor longus, Adductor magnus, GracilisAssist: Pectinius
Medial (Internal) Rotators Of the Knee Semitendinosus, Semimembranosus, PopliteusAssists; Gracilis, Sartorius
Lateral(External) Rotators Of the knee Biceps Femoris
Gastrocsnemius O: Med. Head - Medial Epicondyle of the Femur, Lat. Head- Lateral epicondyle of the femur. I: Calcaneous via Achilles Tendon N: Tibial nn S1,2A: Ankle Plantar Flexion Assists: Knee Flexion
Soleus O: Soleal ine of Tibia, Posterior Head & upper shaft of FibulaI: Calcaneaous Via Achilles TendonN: Tibial nn S1,2A: Ankle Plantar Flexion
Peronius Tertius O: Anterior Distal Fibula I: Base of 5Th metatarsal N: Deep Peroneal nn L4,5, S1 A: Eversion of Foot Assists-Dorsiflexion
Peronius Brevis O: lower 2/3 of ateral shaft of fibula I: Base Of 5th metatarsal N: Superficia Peronea nn L4,5, S1 A: Foot Eversion Assists: Ankle Pantar flexion
Peroneus Longus O:Head & Lateral Shaft Of Fibula I: Base of 1st Metatarsal & 1st Medial Cuneiform(Plantar Surface) N: superficial Peroneal nn L4,5 S1 A: Foot Eversion Assists : Plantar Flexion
Tibialis posterior O:Posterior tibiaposterior FibulaInterosseous membraneI: navicular& Adj. metatarsals on plantar surface N: Tibial nn L5, S1 A; foot inversion Assists: Plantarflexion
Popliteus O:Lateral Condyle Of Femur I: posterior Proxiamal Tibial Shaft N: tibial nn L5 S1A: Initiates Knee Flexion by medially rotation of the tibia to unlock extened knee
Gracilis O:Inferior Ramus of Anterior PubisI: Media proximal TibiaN: Obturator nn L2,3,4A: Hip ADDuction Assists Fexion & Medial Rotation of Flexed Knee
Pectinius O: Anterior Pubis I: Between linea aspera & lesser trochanter of posterior femur N: Femoral nn: L2,3,4 A: hip flexion Assists: hip adduction
Sartorius O:ASIS (Anterior Superior Iliac spine) I: Upper Medial Shaft of Tibia N: Femoral nn L2,3,4 A: Assists- Hip Flexion, ABduction & Lateral Rotation & Knee Flexion & Medial Rotation of the Knee ( TAILOR SITTING)
Tibialis Anterior O:Lateral Condyle & Lateral Shaft of Tibia I: Base Of 1st Metatarsal on Plantar surface & 1st Medial cuneiform on Plantar Surface N:Deep Peroneal nn L4,5, S1( Paralysis of this mm causes foot drop)
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