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Teres Major – Functional Anatomy

The anatomy of the teres major is both complicated and straightforward. At first glance, it is a rounded (“teres”) structure with two attachments. However, variations in the muscles and neurovascular bundle that surround it vary its role in the shoulder. Overview Origin the posterior, inferior edge of the lateral border of the scapula Insertion the …

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Shoulder or Forearm Pain While Steering

A patient will hold their arm up as if they have it on top of the steering wheel. They trace along the outside of their shoulder and say, “It hurts right here, and sometimes in my forearm.” As well, the pain can shift and bother them worse in the forearm. When I ask them if …

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