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Shoulder girdle kine

Everything you need to know about the muscles that cross the shoulder girdle

QuestionAnswer
What kind of joint is the sternoclavicular joint? Ball and socket 3dof
What kind of joint is the acromioclavicular joint? ball and socket 3dof
How much of the movement in the arm comes from the shoulder girdle? one third
Bony arrangement for SC poor
Ligament arrangement for SC fair
muscular arrangement for SC poor
advantages of SC location
bony, ligament, and muscular arrangement for AC poor!
pectoralis minor depression, protraction, downward rotation
seratus anterior dep, pro, up rot
subclavius dep, pro
levator scapula elev, retraction, down rot
rhomboids elev, retraction, down rot
trapezius upper elev
trapezius middle dep, retraction, up rot
trapezius lower dep, retraction, up rot
F=ma a larger mass requires more force making mass and force proportional as mass goes up, acceleration goes down, creating an inverse relationship
Created by: tkeesling09