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Review of the Shoulder Complex. List the planes in which each of the following shoulder girdle movements occur. a.Adduction Transverse plane b.Abduction.

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1 Review of the Shoulder Complex

2 List the planes in which each of the following shoulder girdle movements occur. a.Adduction Transverse plane b.Abduction Transverse plane c.Rotation upward Frontal plane d.Rotation downward Frontal plane e.Elevation Frontal plane f.Depression Frontal plane

3 List the planes in which each of the following humerus movements occur. Abduction Frontal plane Adduction Frontal plane Flexion Sagittal plane Extension Sagittal plane Horizontal adduction Transverse plane Horizontal abduction Transverse plane External rotation Transverse plane Internal rotation Transverse plane

4 What the the correct and specific name of the shoulder joint? Glenohumeral joint What muscle works closely with the anterior deltoid? Pectoralis major What action does the pectoralis minor and serratus anterior have in common? Abduction of the scapula Name the four rotator cuff muscles. Subscapularis, Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, and Teres minor. Name a muscle that has as its actions both elevation and depression of the scapula? Trapezius Sample Questions

5 List the muscles that do flexion of the shoulder Coracobrachialis Pectoralis major (upper to 60°) Anterior Deltoid List the muscles that do extension of the shoulder Latissimus dorsi Teres major Posterior deltoid Pectoralis major (lower fibers to neutral) Review

6 List the muscles that do internal rotation of the shoulder Subscapularis Latissimus dorsi Teres major Anterior deltoid Pect. major List the muscles that do external rotation of the shoulder Infraspinatus Teres minor Posterior deltoid Review

7 1. Acromion process 2. Coracoid process 3. Glenoid fossa or cavity 4. Superior angle 5. Inferior angle

8 1 = Head 2 = Lesser tub. 9 = Intertubercular groove 10 Greater tub. 1 = Head 3 = Lesser tub. 5 = Deltoid tuberosity

9 1. Acromion process 2. Coracoid process 3. Glenoid fossa or cavity 4. Inferior angle 5. Superior angle 6. Medial (Vertebral) border 7. Lateral (Auxiliary) border 8. Supscapular fossa

10 Head, Lesser tubercle, Greater tubercle, Intertubercular groove, & Deltoid tuberosity

11 1. Acromion process 2. Spine 3. Superior angle 4. Inferior angle 5. Medial (Vertebral) border 6. Lateral (Auxiliary) border 7. Supraspinous fossa 8. Infraspinous fossa

12 1. Infraspinatus fossa 2. Spine 3. Coracoid process 4. Acromion process 5. Coracoid process 6. Glenoid fossa 7. Acromion process

13 CoracobrachialisPect. Major Subscapularis Deltoid

14 Levator Scapulae Rhomboids

15 SupraspinatusTeres Major Infraspinatus Teres Minor

16 Pectoralis Minor (Deeper muscle) Deltoid Pectoralis Major

17 Trapezius Rhomboids Latissimus Dorsi

18 Name the muscle, its sections and the action(s) at each of its sections. TRAPEZIUS Lower – depression, adduction and upward rotation Upper – elevation Middle –elevation, adduction and upward rotation

19 PECTORALIS MINOR. Abduction, Downward rotation & Depression of the scapula

20 RHOMBOID. Downward rotation, Adduction, and Elevation of the scapula

21 Name the muscle. Coracobrachialis Name the actions Adduction, flexion and horizontal adduction of the humerus

22 Name the muscle. Subscapularis Name the actions Internal rotation, Adduction, & Extension of the shoulder

23 Name the muscle. Deltoid Name the actions Anterior: Abduction, Flexion, Horizontal adduction, and Internal rotation of the humerus Middle: Abduction Posterior: Abduction, Extension, Horizontal abduction, and External rotation of the humerus

24 Name the muscle. Infraspinatus Name the actions External rotation, horizontal adduction, & extension

25 Name the muscle. Teres Major Name the actions Extension, Adduction & Internal rotation of humerus

26 Name the muscle. Teres Minor Name the actions External rotation, Horizontal abduction, & Extension of the humerus

27 Name the muscle. Supraspinatus Name the actions Abduction of the shoulder

28 Shoulder jointShoulder girdle AbductionUpward rotation AdductionDownward rotation FlexionElevation/upward rotation ExtensionDepression/downward rotation Internal rotationAbduction (protraction) External rotationAdduction (retraction) Horizontal abductionAdduction (retraction) Horizontal adductionAbduction (protraction) Pairing of shoulder girdle & shoulder joint movements

29 Horizontal adduction of the humerus & Adduction of the scapula

30 Abduction of the humerus & Upward rotation of the scapula

31 Adduction of the humerus & Downward rotation of the scapula

32 Flexion of the humerus & Elevation/upward rotation of the scapula

33 Scapula action = ? Humerus action = ? Adduction Horizontal abduction

34 Scapula action = ? Humerus action = ? Downward Rotation Adduction

35 Bent Over Rows Middle and lower trapezius, and rhomboid. Adduction of scapula & Horizontal abduction of humerus Latissimus dorsi, Teres minor, Infraspinatus, & Posterior deltoid

36 Body Dips Downward rotation and depression of the scapula & Extension of the humerus. Pectoralis minor, rhomboid, and lower trapezius Latissimus dorsi, Teres major, Teres minor, Infraspinatus, & Posterior deltoid

37 Lateral Raises Upward rotation of the scapula & Abduction of the humerus Serratus anterior, middle and lower trapezius Deltoid, Supraspinatus & Pectoralis Major (upper fibers beyond 90°)

38 Dumbbell Shrugs Elevation Rhomboid, levator scapulae, upper and middle trapezius


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