Video Action Humerus
an educational animation

Video Action Humerus


Video Action of the Humerus
 Break down of the Glenohumeral Joint as seen in the Video

Fexion or Antropulsion

Reduction of the angle at a joint

Muscles

Pectoralis Major, clavicular head

Deltoid, clavicular part

Biceps Brachii, short head

Coracobrachialis

Extension or Retropulsion

Increase of the angle at a joint

note motion past anatomical position is commonly referred to as hyperextension

Muscles

Deltoid, posterior fibers

Latissimus Dorsi

Teres Major

Abduction

Movement away from the midline of the body

Muscles

Deltoid, middle fibers

Supraspinatus

Adduction

Movement toward the midline of

the body

Muscles

Pectoralis Major, sternocoastal part

Latissimus Dorsi

Lateral Rotation

Rotation away from the midline of

the body




Muscles

Deltoid, posterior fibers

Infraspinatus

Teres Minor

Medial Rotation

Rotation toward the midline of

the body

Muscles

Pectoralis Major

Latissimus Dorsi

Deltoid, clavicular part

Teres Major

Subscapularis

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References and Resources:

These videos are offered for their educational value and accuracy of mateiral is not validated by getmassagesmart.com.  The videos were published on YouTube on November 13, 2013  by the YouTube channel 3D Anatomy Lyon. Get Massage Smart thanks the Authors of these educational videos Patrice Thiriet and Jean-Michel Grand and for realization Olivier Rastello.  Video reference material was take from: J.M. Grand Master Thesis June 2, 2011 * M. Dufour et M Pillu; Biomecanique Functionnelle - Ed Masson 2008 * J.C. Chanussot et R. G. Danowski; Reeducation en traumatologie du sport - Tome 1 - Ed. Masson 2005 * A. I. Kapandji; Anatomic Funtionelle - Ed. Maloine. 


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