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1

Name the full origin of illio psoas

L-1 to L-5 inter vetebral disks

2

Which would be the gluits or gluit in frontal plane stibility?

gluit meed and gluit min

3

name the bones that make up the hip joints?

Femior and acteabulum

4

name 3 muscles that incert on the greater trochanter of the femor?

gluitis minimus, gluitis medius, peraformis

5

which one are you missing out of these:1)Priformis
2)Gemellus superior
3)obtrator internus
5)obtrator externals
6)quadratus femoris

germellus inferior

6

regarding illiosoas give the transverse plane action:

Lateral Rotation of the femur

7

give a sinergist to glutis maximus with movement in a transverse plane

external rotation

8

name 2 muscles that would be short and tight with an anterior tilt:

T-F-L(Tensor Fascia Lata) and Rectus Femorus

9

origin of the Pariformis:

Anterior lateral border of the sacrum.

10

what is important when we palpate Illio Psoas?

Speed

11

what is deep to superior of the abdomen?

Rectus abdominis
Internal oblique
External oblique
Transvers abdominis

12

you can find the insertion of this muscle at the lesser trocanter of the femur:

Illiopsoas

13

if illiosoaps is short and tight,this muscle must be long and weak:

Gluteus Maximus

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Gluteus minimus lies _______ to Gluteus medus:

Deep

15

an anterior tilt creats this postural dysfunction:

Lordosis

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A deep muscle of the pelvis that is oftin assiocated with stored emotional energy from stress and/or trauma is:

Illipsoas

17

the hip joint is made up of:

the femur and the acetabulum

18

when palpating gluteus maximus,one would have the client:

Lie prone and lift the leg off the table toward the celling.

19

all of the following are attachments for ILLIOPSOAS except:

Greater trochanter of the femur.

20

When ASIS(Anterior Superior Illiac spine) moves backwards toward the butt upward,this is called a:

Posterior tilt

21

Anterior

Front

22

Posterior

Back

23

Ventral

Front

24

Dorsal

Back

25

Superior

Top

26

Anterior

Back

27

Lateral

Outer

28

Medial

Middle

29

Maximus

Biggest

30

medius

middle

31

minimus

Smallest

32

Greater

Bigger,Higher

33

lesser

Smallest,lower

34

Overview of the Pelvis Region:

Two halves are connected anteriorly at the pubis symphysis and the posteriorly at the sacroiliac joints
Can be rotated forward or backward and tilted to either side
The pelvis affects the carriage of the entire upper body

35

look at this picture

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look at this picture

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anterior tilt

Illiopsoas
Rectus Femoris
TFL(tensior Fascia Lata)
SHORT/TIGHT

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ILLIOPSOAS=

Psoas major + illiacs

39

law of consirvartion of energy

movement
fight or flight
emotional or physical impact

40

Psoas Major (Iliopsoas)

Overview
Joins iliacus at groin
Most significant muscle in the body
Plays major role in positioning of the pelvis
Referral Area
Medial lumbar region
Abdomen, anterior thigh
Manual Therapy
Compression
Compression of inferior attachment

41

look at this picture

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Glurieus Maximus

Bodies Vertebrae L1-5 Iliac Fossa
I- Lesser Trochanter of Femur
A- Hip Flexion also LITTLE: External Rotation of Femur Adduction of Femur

43

Gluteal Muscles

Overview
Gluteus maximus covers gluteus medius and gluteus minimus
Work applies to all three muscles
Only distinction is intention and depth

44

Gluteus Maximus

Overview
Powerful climbing muscle
Antagonist to iliopsoas
Commonly involved in low back pain
Referral Area
Entire buttock and upper posterior thigh

45

Gluteus Maximus

O- Posterior Ilium and Sacrum
I- Gluteal Tuberosity (Femur) and IT Band
A- Hip Extension External Rotation

46

Gluteus Medius

Overview
Powerful abductor of the hip
Commonly involved in low back pain
Referral Area
Over buttock, sacrum
Medial lumbar, upper posterior thigh

47

Gluteus Medius

O- Lateral Ilium
I- Greater Trochanter of Femur
A- Hip Abduction INTERNAL Rotation

48

Gluteus Minimus

Overview
Powerful abductor of the hip
Far-ranging pain referral pattern
Referral Area
Buttock and lateral hip, posterior thigh, calf
Lateral thigh, lateral calf to the ankle
**PSEUDOSCIATICA

49

Gluteus Minimus

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O- Lateral Lower Ilium
I- Greater Trochanter of Femur
A- Hip Abduction INTERNAL Rotation

50

Piriformis

Overview
Primary lateral rotator, stabilizer
Sciatic nerve can pass over, under, or through, entrapping nerve
Referral Area
Over buttock, posterior thigh
With entrapment of sciatic nerve entire posterior leg
Manual Therapy
Compression
Compression with stretch

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O- Anterior Sacrum
I- Greater Trochanter of Femur
A- EXTERNAL (Lateral) Rotation

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what are the 6 Deep Lateral Rotators?

1)Priformis
2)Gemellus superior
3)obtrator internus
4)Gemellus inferior
5)obtrator externals
6)quadratus femoris