Chapter 10 - Muscles that Move the Scapula and Arm

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Pectoralis Minor

Draws scapula forward and down

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Serratus Anterior

  • Moves scapula upwards, out (abduction) and forward.
  • “boxers muscle”
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Trapezius

Stabilizes, raises (shrug shoulder), retracts (adduct), rotates scapula. Also extend head and neck

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Levator Scapulae

Elevates/adducts the scapula

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Rhomboids (Major & Minor)

Retracts, adducts and depresses scapula (moves scapula back, together, and down) like downward motion of paddling a canoe

squaring shoulders

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Pectoralis Major

Prime mover of arm flexion and adduction; rotates forearm medially;

Can help in climbing, throwing, and pushing

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Latissimus Dorsi

Prime mover of arm extension and adduction;

M edially rotates arm at shoulder.

Bringing the arm down in a power stroke (striking a blow, hammering, swimming, and rowing)

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Deltoid

Prime mover of arm abduction when all fibers active

Front fibers: arm flexion. Back fibers: arm extension. (arms during walking)

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List the Rotator Cuff Muscles

Supraspinitus

Infraspinitus

Teres Minor

Subscapularis

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Rotator Cuff Muscles

Main function is to Reinforce the capsule of the shoulder joint to prevent dislocation of the humerus.

Sports that involve a lot of shoulder rotation put these muscles under stress à pitching, bowling, swimming

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Teres Major

Extends, adducts, and medially rotates humerus

synergist of latissimus dorsi