Tag: oitf-chest-extrinsic

Subclavius- Functional Anatomy

Subclavius Subclavius mostly assists in the protraction of the shoulder by depressing the clavicle. Origin -anterior costal cartilage of the first rib Insertion – medial inferior aspect of the clavicle Function – depresses the clavicleContinue reading

Pectoralis Minor – Functional Anatomy

Pectoralis Minor Pectoralis minor is a fan-shaped muscle in the front of the shoulder that secures the lateral angle of the scapula to the rib cage. Superficially, it is covered by the pectoralis major. Studies for breastContinue reading

Pectoralis Major – Functional Anatomy

Muscle Dissection studies show that pectoralis major varies dramatically. There is commonly 2-5 laminates, sometimes 6 or 7, and sometimes the entire pectoralis is missing (Poland Syndrome). Also, the overlap of sections varies among studies.Continue reading

Trigger Points – Tender, Sensitive Breasts

Client Description Women complain of fibrocystic nodules in the breast tissue and tenderness. Men and women both complain of a hypersensitive nipple. The illustration shows a solid area, but the reports are about sensitivity or nodulesContinue reading