Arms


 Scapula

1 Scapula-Front-and-Back-

1 Scapula-Front-and-Back-

Bones areas to remember:

  1. Shoulder blades are called the “Scapulas”
  2. Spine of the Scapula
  3. The two bones the makes up the AC Joint are the Acromion & Clavical
  4.  The Short Head Biceps Tendon attaches to the Coracoid Process of the Scapula
  5. Superior Boarder
  6. Inferior Angle
  7. Supraspinous Fossa- Infraspinous Fossa & Subscapular Fossa (This is where the Rotator Cuff Muscles- Infraspinatus,Supraspinatus and the Subscapular attach)
  8. Glenoid cavity, sometimes called the Glenoid Fossa (Where the head of the Humerus attaches)


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Humerus, Radius & Ulna

Bones to remember:

    1. Humerus Bone
    2. Head of the Humerus
    3. Lessor & Great Tubrecule
    4. Deltoid Tuberosity (Where the deltoid muscle connects)
    5. Medial & Lateral Epicondyles
    6. Forearm bones Radius & Ulna
Humerus Bone

Humerus Bone


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Forearm Extensors & Flexors- See Exercises

 

Wrist Flexors and Extensors

{Wrist Flexors & Extensors p130}

{Wrist Flexors & Extensors p130}

 


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Biceps Muscles (Brachii & Brachialis)- See Exercises

{Biceps Brachii / Barchialis p 127}

{Biceps Brachii / Barchialis p 127}

{Biceps Brachii. Notice the split at the top where the tendon goes in 2 directions. The Long Head goes up into the shoulder joint across the Head of the Humerus along the Bicipital Groove into the shoulder socket (AKA Glenoid) and the other connect to a notch off the shoulder blade (coracoid process}

{Biceps Brachii. Notice the split at the top where the tendon goes in 2 directions. The Long Head goes up into the shoulder joint across the Head of the Humerus along the Bicipital Groove into the shoulder socket (AKA Glenoid) and the other connect to a notch off the shoulder blade (coracoid process}

{Arm flexion of the biceps. The pic on the left is extension of the biceps and elbow joint. The right pic is flexion of the biceps and elbow joint.}

{Arm flexion of the biceps. The pic on the left is extension of the biceps and elbow joint. The right pic is flexion of the biceps and elbow joint.}

{Biceps Brachii / Barchialis p 128}

{Biceps Brachii / Barchialis p 128}

{Brachialis - Corico Brachialis}

{Brachialis – Corico Brachialis}

 

{Biceps Brachii - Barchialis - Corico Brachialis}

{Biceps Brachii – Barchialis – Corico Brachialis}

{Biceps Brachii--- --Brachioradialis assists the biceps brachii and brachialis in flexing the elbow --Biceps Brachialis}

{Biceps Brachii— –Brachioradialis assists the biceps brachii and brachialis in flexing the elbow –Biceps Brachialis}


Triceps

{Triceps has three heads from top the 1st head connects to the Scapula , the 2nd to the Head of the Humerus & the 3rd to the shaft of the Humerus. Below it connects below to elbow joint (Olecranon Process)}

{Triceps has three heads. From top the 1st head connects to the Scapula, the 2nd to the Head of the Humerus & the 3rd to the shaft of the Humerus. Below it connects below to elbow joint (Olecranon Process)}

Triceps Muscle – See Exercises

{Triceps p127}

{Triceps p127}

 

{Triceps Connection with Rotator Cuff and Latissimus}

{Triceps Connection with Rotator Cuff and Latissimus}

{Rear view of Triceps in relations to the shoulder joint (Glenoid Fossa)}

{Rear view of Triceps in relations to the shoulder joint (Glenoid Fossa)}

{Triceps from shoulder joint (head of the humerus-rear view (posterior) to elbow joint (Olecranon)}

{Triceps from shoulder joint (head of the humerus-rear view (posterior) to elbow joint (Olecranon)}

{Triceps p 128)

{Triceps p 128)