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Planes Of Motion and Muscle and Joint Action
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Planes of Motion

List the following planes and axes for each of the following shoulder girdle actions

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Adduction

Plane- Transverse

Axis- Vertical

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Abduction

Plane- Transverse

Axis- Vertical

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Upward Rotation

Plane- Frontal

Axis- Anteroposterior

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Downward Rotation

Plane- Frontal

Axis- Anteroposterior

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Elevation

Plane- Frontal

Axis- Anteroposterior

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Depression

Plane- Frontal

Axis- Anteroposterior

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Planes of Motion of the Shoulder Joint

Planes and axes for each of the following shoulder girdle joint

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Adduction- of the Shoulder Joint

Plane- Frontal

Axis- Anteroposterior

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Abduction- of the Shoulder Joint

Plane- Frontal

Axis- Anteroposterior

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Flexion- of the Shoulder Joint

Plane- Sagittal

Axis Medio-Lateral

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Extension- of the Shoulder Joint

Plane- Sagittal

Axis- Medio-lateral

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Internal Rotation- of the Shoulder Joint

Plane- Transverse

Axis- Vertical

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External Rotation- of the Shoulder Joint

Plane- Transverse

Axis- Vertical

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Muscle and Joint Action

Match the joint action/muscle to its description

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  1. Two joint muscle assisting in flexion of the shoulder. C. Biceps Brachii E. Upper Trapezius A. Flexion G. Subscapularis

C. Biceps Brachii

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  1. Originates at the occipital protuberance and inserts on the clavicle. C. Biceps Brachii E. Upper Trapezius A. Flexion G. Subscapularis

E. Upper Trapezius

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  1. Anterior and superior movement of the humerus in the sagittal plane. A. Flexion G. Subscapularis D. Extension B. Supraspinatus

A. Flexion

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  1. Inserts on the lesser tubercle. E. Upper Trapezius A. Flexion G. Subscapularis D. Extension

G. Subscapularis

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  1. Inferior movement of the shoulder joint. G. Subscapularis D. Extension B. Supraspinatus H. Pectoralis major

D. Extension

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  1. Part of the rotator cuff group that performs abduction of the shoulder joint. G. Subscapularis D. Extension B. Supraspinatus H. Pectoralis major

B. Supraspinatus

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  1. Originates at two different anatomical locations (one being the sternum) and performs horizontal shoulder adduction. H. Pectoralis major F. Deltoid J. Retraction K. Rhomboids

H. Pectoralis Major

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  1. Inserts on the deltoid tuberosity. B. Supraspinatus H. Pectoralis major F. Deltoid J. Retraction

F. Deltoid

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  1. Movement of scapula medially. F. Deltoid J. Retraction K. Rhomboids I. Protraction

J. Retraction

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  1. Inserts on medial border of scapula. J. Retraction K. Rhomboids I. Protraction E. Upper Trapezius

K. Rhomboids

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  1. Movement of scapula laterally. F. Deltoid J. Retraction K. Rhomboids I. Protraction

I. Protraction