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OIAS

Pelvic Girdle Muscle

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O: Iliac crest, posterior surface of sacrum, coccyx I: Gluteal tuberosity of femur, iliotinial band A: Prime mover is extension and lateral rotation of thigh Innervation: inferior gluteal nerve Gluteus Maximus
O- superior 1/2 of posterior surface of ilium I-greater trochanter A- Prime: Abduction and medial rotation of thigh Innervation: Superior gluteal nerve Gluteus Medius
O: inferior, lateral, posterior surface of ilium I: greater trochanter A: Prime: abduction and medial rotation of thigh Innervation: superior gluteal never Gluteus Minimus
O: Pelvic surface of sacrum I: Superior border of greater trochanter A: Prime: lateral rotation of thigh Innervation: nerve to obturator internus Piriformis
O: ischial spine I: greater trochanter via obturator internus tendon A: Prime: lateral rotation of thigh Innervation: nerve to obturatir internus Superior Gemellus
O: Ischial tuberosity I: Greater trochanter of thigh A: Prime: Lateral rotation of thigh Innervation: branch of quadrtus femoris nerve Inferior Gemellus
O: Inner rim of obturator foramen I: Greater trochanter A: Prime:lateral rotation of thigh Innervation: obturator internus nerve Obterator Internus
O: Ischial tuberosity I: Posterior femor between greater and lesser trochanters A: Prime: lateral rotation of thigh Innervation: nerve to quadratus femoris(L5, S1) Quadratus Femoris
O: Iliacus- inner surface of ilium & sacrum I: together on same tendon to lesser trochanter A: together-flexion of thigh; iliacus-flexion & lateral rotation Innvercation: iliacus: femoral & lumbar nerves Iliopsoas
O: Psoas- bodies & tansverse processes of lumber vertebrae I: together on same tendon to lesser trochanter A: psoas- flexion & lateralrotation of thigh;flexion of vertebral column Innervation: Psoas: lumber nerves Iliopsoas
O: Pectineal line of pubis I: Iliotibial band A: prime: medial rotation & abduction of thigh Innervation: Superior gluteal nerve Pectineus
O: anterior inferior iliac spine & superior margin of acetabulm I: base of patella via quadriceps tendon(Action is applied to the tibial tuberosity via the patellor tendon) A: Prime: flexes femur and extends knee Innervation: Femoral nerve Rectus Femoris
Created by: mrhamilton