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Hip Muscles OIA

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Iliacus O: Inner surface of ilium I: Lesser trochanter of femur A: Hip flexion
Psoas Major/Minor O:L1-L5 transverse processes, vertebral bodies of T12-L5, base of sacrum A:
Rectus Femoris O: AIIS I: Tibial Tuberosity A: Hip flexion
Sartorius O: ASIS (Anterior superior iliac spine) I: pes anserine A: Hip flexion
Pectineus O: anterior pubis, superior to crest I: lesser trochanter to linea aspera A: Hip flexion
Adductor Brevis O: anterior inferior pubic ramus I: lower 2/3 of pectineal line, upper ½ of linea aspera A: Hip Adduction
Adductor longus O: anterior pubis, inferior to crest I: middle 1/3 of linea aspera A: Hip Adduction
Adductor Magnus O: pubic ramus, ischium, ischial tuberosity I: linea aspera, adductor tubercle A: Hip Adduction
Gracilis O: anteromedial edge of ramus of the pubis I: pes anserine A: Hip Adduction
Biceps Femoris O: Long head: ischial tuberosity, Short head: distal 1/2of linea asperal, lateral condyloid ridge I: fibular head, lateral tibial condyle A: Hip Abduction
Semitendinosus O: ischial tuberosity I: pes anserine A: Hip Extension
Semimembranosus O: ischail tuberosity I: postermedial tibia A: Hip Extension
Gluteus Maximus O: posterior ¼ iliac crest, posterior sacrum & coccyx, lumbar fascia I: lateral greater trochanter, IT band A: Hip Extension, Hip External Rotation
Gluteus Medius O: lateral surface of ilium I: posterior and middle greater trochanter A: Hip Abduction, Hip internal Rotation, Hip External Rotation
Gluteus Minimus O: lateral ilium I: anterior greater trochanter A: Hip Abduction, Hip Internal Rotation
Tensor Fasciae Latae O: anterior iliac crest I: ¼ down thigh, turns into IT band which inserts into gerdy’s tubercle A: Hip Internal Rotation
Piriformis O: anterior sacrum, posterior ischium I: superior, posterior greater trochanter A: Deep Hip External Rotation
Gemellus Superior O: ischial spine I: posterior greater trochanter A: Deep Hip External Rotation
Gamellus Inferior O: ischail tuberosity I: posterior greater trochanter A: Deep Hip External Rotation
Obturator Internus O: obturator foramen I: posterior greater trochanter A: Deep Hip External Rotation
Obturator Externus O: inferior obturator foramen I: posterior greater trochanter A: Deep Hip External Rotation
Quadratus Femoris O: ischail tuberosity I: intertrochanteric femoral ridge A: Deep Hip External Rotation
Created by: adalmadge
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