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MMT LE

MMT of lower

MuscleAttachments and innervationaction of muscleMMT
Satorius PA:ASIS DA:ant med condyle of tibia(pes anserine)INN femoral flex of knee/hip, ER of hip as hip and knee are flexed supine w/ hip flex, abdand ER w/ knee flex-push hip into ext and pull knee into ext
Tensor Fasciae Latae PA:ant iliac crest, inner surface of illium, DA: gerdys tubericleand ITB, INN:superior gluteal flex & abd of hip, tendency to IR hip as it flex supine w/ hip in position of abd, flex, IR, w/ knee ext Pressure:push in the direction add and ext
Lateral Rotators of the Hip(piriformis, gemellus superior, gemellus inferior, obturator externis, obturator internis, quadratis femuris) PA:ant sacrum, post portionof ischium and obturator foraman, DA:sup and post aspectof greater trochanter. INN:sacral plexus for all but obturatorexternis(vobturtor nerve) Hip ER sitting w/ legs off end of table w/ hip internally rotated Pressure:push into ER above the med malleolus, w/ opp hand stabalizing the lat aspect of the knee
Illipsoas PA:transverse attachment of L1-L5, bodies of T12 Lumbar and sacral, inner surface of ilium-DA:illiacus and psoas major-lesser trochanter of femur, psoas minor-pectinal line, and iliopectinal eminence- INN: femoral nerve hip flex, ER of femur supine w/ hip in slight ABD, ER, knee extended push leg intoext and slight abduction
Rectus Femoris PA: AIIS-DA:sup. pat to tibial tuberosity-INN:femoral hip flex, knee ext
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