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Hip & Pelvic Girdle

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Tye Clothier

on 30 April 2018

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Transcript of Hip & Pelvic Girdle

Hip & Pelvic Girdle
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Anterior Pelvis - Origin of HIP FLEXORS
external/internal rotation
Anterior Pelvic rotation
Posterior pelvic rotation
Lateral pelvic tilt
Transverse pelvic tilt
Muscles - 7 TWO JOINT Muscles (hip & Knee)
Hip joint (acetabular femoral)
relatively stable due to
bony architecture
strong ligaments
large supportive muscles
functions in weight bearing & locomotion

Posteriorly - Origin of HIP EXTENSORS
Insertion points
One of most stable
Similar to GLENOID FOSSA of shoulder
Articular cartilage may degenerate with age
Anterior - Hip Flexion
Posterior - Hip Extension
Lateral - Hip ABduction
Medial - Hip ADDuction
See chapter 9 of Structural Manual
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