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Shoulder joint kines

Everything you need to know about the shoulder joint

QuestionAnswer
Shoulder joint flex/ext ROM 170
Shoulder joint abd/add ROM 170
Shoulder joint hyperadd. ROM 40
Shoulder joint int rotation ROM 70
Shoulder joint ext rotation ROM 90
Shoulder joint horizontal abd ROM 40
Shoulder joint horizontal add ROM 130
Shoulder joint hyperext ROM 60
Muscles that make up the rotator cuff Subscapularis, Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres Minor
The muscles that make up the rotator cuff are important because they are Strong shoulder stabilizers
Deltoid Anterior Flexion, Abduction, Internal rotation, Horizontal ADD
Deltoid middle Abduction
Deltoid posterior Extension, ABD, Ext. rotation, horizontal ABD
Pectoralis major (clavicular) flexion up to 60 degrees, ABD above 90, ADD below 90, int rotation, horizontal add
Pectoralis major (sternal) extention from flexed, add, ext rotation, horizonatal add
Lat. Dorsi ext, add, int rotation, horizonatal abd
coracobrachilais flex, add, horizontal add
subscapularis ext, add, int rot
suprascapularis abd
infraspinatus ext, ext rot, horizonatal abd
teres minor ext, ext rot, horizonal abd
teres major ext, add, int rot
Shoulder joint bony arrangement poor
Shoulder joint ligament arrangement poor
Shoulder joint muscular arrangement good
Created by: tkeesling09
 

 



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