Quadricep Muscle Strain - the pattern of pain. #quadricepmuscle

Thigh muscle pain symptoms can be mild to extreme based on the level of your injury. A sharp pain or pulling may be felt in the area of the pull, strain or tear. This can radiate along the length of your muscle up to your hip and pelvis, and/o

The Daily Bandha: Improving Stability in One Legged Standing Poses

The Daily Bandha: Improving Stability in One Legged Standing Poses in yoga

Gracilis muscle (Musculus gracilis)

Gracilis: body & inferior ramus of pubis (origin) medial surface of proximal tibia (insertion). Flexes knee and medial rotates flexed knee

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Origin 	Straight head from anterior inferior iliac spine; reflected head from groove just above acetabulum  Insertion 	Base of patella to form the more central portion of the quadriceps femoris tendon  Action 	Extends the knee  Innervation 	Muscular branches of femoral nerve (L2, L3, L4)  Arterial Supply 	Lateral circumflex femoral artery

Origin Straight head from anterior inferior iliac spine; reflected head from groove just above acetabulum Insertion Base of patella to form the more central portion of the quadriceps femoris tendon Action Extends the knee Innervation Muscular branches of femoral nerve (L2, L3, L4) Arterial Supply Lateral circumflex femoral artery

Semitendinosus muscle (Musculus semitendinosus)

Semimembranosus muscle aka Musculus semimembranosus in the latin terminology and part of overview of the muscles of the hip and thigh.

Vastus intermedius muscle (Musculus vastus intermedius)

Rectus femoris muscle aka Musculus rectus femoris in the latin terminology and part of overview of the muscles of the hip and thigh.

Superficial Layer of Quadriceps Femoris | Great reference for visualizing muscles.

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Rehab

VMO strengthening - Seated isometric contractions Seated isometric vmo and adduction contractions Foam roller leg extensions Plie knee bends Ball squats Lunges Single leg squats Step ups Step downs

Rectus Femoris

Rectus Femoris muscle -origin, insertion, joint action and exercises explained.

The rectus femoris and it's function.

The rectus femoris muscle is one of four quadricep muscles. This is the only one that crosses the hip joint and therefore is related to tight hip flexors.

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