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Tibialis Posterior – Functional Anatomy

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Quadriceps Femoris- Functional Anatomy

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Vastus Lateralis – Functional Anatomy

Overview of Anatomy The functional anatomy of the vastus lateralis is largely uncomplicated. However, it has frequent and subtle variations. The fascia lata thickens and forms the iliotibial tract, along the lateral aspect of the vastus lateralis. Origin proximal femur, including greater trochanter gluteal tuberosity linea aspera intermuscular septum Insertion lateral aspect of the patella …

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Gluteal and Lateral Hip Rotator Muscles – Functional Anatomy

Overview Gluteal muscles form the fullness of the hip. They originate on the pelvis and insert on the femur. The gluteus maximus also attaches to the tibia via the iliotibial band. Primarily, these muscles extend and abduct the hip joint. In addition, the lateral glutes are vital in supporting the pelvis while the opposite leg …

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