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Send SASE with your request. Berrien Springs, MI Email: muscles ptcentral. Hosford Muscle Tables. This document details information about the skeletal muscles of the human body. Included are each muscle's origin, insertion, action, blood supply and innervation. Many health professionals will also find this document helpful, but it is especially suited to Physical Therapy. Send check or money order in US Funds to:.
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H ints for Anatomy Study:. Visualize as you memorize. A picture can really be worth a thousand words! Save brain cells, sweat and tears by referring t o a good ana t omy a t l as as you s t udy. Review regularly. Spatially organize and order anatomical parts in relation to each other, as if you were to construct a three dimensional image in your mind.
Utilize a study group. Organize a group of fellow students to regularly study, review and quiz over the anatomy material. Information presented from a variety of perspectives is often much easier to learn. O nline Anatomy Study Materials:. The muscle table information is also available online, along with many other materials at PT Central. Clickable anatomy graphics are provided on the web site, with links to a wide variety of Internet anatomy resources including pictures and video.
We welcome your online visit! Published on 28 January, D ocument Background:. R eferences:. Saunders Co. Hollinshead, Textbook of Anatomy, 4th Ed. Muscle Testing, 6th Ed. Brown Pub. C opyright:. No part of this document may be reproduced without permission from Dr. Darryl Hosford. Please retain this information page with each reproduction of the muscle tables, in whole or in part. H appy studies, and I wish you the best of success. Darryl Hosford, DPT.
Muscle Table Page 1. Table of Contents:. Superficial Back Musculature. Erector Spinae Musculature. Shoulder Girdle Musculature. Transversospinal Musculature. Pectoral Musculature. Segmental Deep Back Musculature. Brachium Musculature. Suboccipital Musculature. Antebrachial Flexor Musculature. Prevertebral Musculature. Antebrachial Extensor Musculature. Anterolateral Neck Musculature. Superficial Neck Musculature.
Gluteal Musculature. Anterior Neck Musculature. Posterior Thigh Musculature. Epicranial Musculature. Adductor Anteromedial Thigh Musculature. Muscles of Facial Expression. Anterior Thigh Musculature. Muscles of Mastication. Posterior Leg Musculature. Extraocular Musculature. Lateral Leg Musculature. Laryngeal Musculature. Anterior Leg Musculature. Intercostal Musculature. Foot Musculature. Abdominal Musculature.
Splenius Musculature. Posterior Abdominal Wall Musculature. Latissimus dorsi. Serratus posterior. Muscle Table Page 2. Levator scapulae. Rhomboid minor. Rhomboid major. Serratus anterior. Teres minor. Teres major. Muscle Table Page 3. Pectoralis major. Pectoralis minor.
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