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Hip Joint

OIANs

MuscleOriginInsertionActionInnervationLine of pullPosition of Person
Pectineus Superior ramus of pubis pectineal line of femur Hip flexion and adduction Femoral nerve L2, l3 diagonal
Adductor Longus Pubis Middle third of the linea aspera Hip adduction Obturator nerve L2, L3. L4 diagonal
Adductor Brevis Pubis Pectineal line and proximal linea aspera Hip adduction Obturator nerve L2, L3 diagonal
Adductor Magnus Ischium and pubis Entire linea aspera and adductor tubercle Hip adduction Obturator and sciatic nerve L2, L3, L4 diagonal
Gracilis Pubis Anteromedial surface of proximal end of tibia Hip adduction Obturator nerve L2,L3 vertical
Gluteus Maximus Posterior sacrum and ilium Posteriro femur distal to greater trochanter and to iliotibial band Hip extension, Hyperextension, lateral rotation Inferior gluteal nerve L5, S1, S2 diagonal
Deep rotator Anterior sacrum, ischium, pubis Greater trochanter area Hip lateral rotation Numerous -
Semimembranosus Ischial tuberosity Posterior surface of medial condyle of tibia Hip extension and knee flexion Sciatic nerve - tibial division L5, S1, S2 vertical
Semitendinosus Ischial tuberosity Anteromedial surface of proximal tibia Hip extension and knee flexion Sciatic nerve - tibial division L5, S1, S2 vertical
Biceps Femoris Long head: Ischial tuberosity Short head: lateral lip of linea aspera Fibular head Long head: hip extension and knee flexion Short head: Knee flexion Long head: Sciatic nerve - tibial division L5, S1, S2 Short head: common fibular (peroneal: nerve L5, S1, S2 vertical
Gluteus Medius Outer surface of the ilium Lateral surface of the greater trochanter Hip abduction Superior gluteal nerve L4, L5, S1 vertical
Gluteus minimus Lateral surface of the ilium Anterior surface of the greater trochanter Hip abduction, medial rotation Superior gluteal nerve L4, L5, S1 diagonal
Tensor Fascia Lata ASIS Lateral condyle of tibia Combined hip flexion and abduction Superior gluteal nerve L4, L5, S1 diagonal
Iliopsoas Iliac fossa, anterior and lateral surfaces of T12 through L5 Lesser trochanter Hip flexion Iliacus protion: femoral nerve L2, L3 Psoas major portion: L2 and L3 vertical
Rectus Femoris AIIS Tibial tuberosity Hip flexion, knee extension Femoral nerve: L2, L3, L4 vertical
Sartorius ASIS Proximal medial aspect of tibia Combination of hip flexion, abduction, lateral rotation, and knee flexion Femoral nerve L2, L3 diagonal
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