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6/2/14 9:52 P

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Today's Muscle Monday selection is another fun muscle to say - the Buccinator.

Buccinator

* Origin: Maxilla and Mandible

* Insertion: Fascia at Corner of the Mouth

* Action: Compress the Cheeks

For a good look at Buccinator click here:
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5/26/14 11:23 P

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Sternocleidomastoid

* Origin: Sternal Head: Top of Manubrium; Clavicular Head: Medial One-Third of the Clavicle

* Insertion: Mastoid Process of Temporal Bone and the Lateral Portion of Superior Nuchal Line of Occiput

* Nerve: C (1), 2, 3

* Action: Unilaterally: Laterally Flex the Head & Neck to the Same Side, Rotate the Head & Neck to the Opposite Side; Bilaterally: Flex the Neck, Assist to Elevate the Ribcage During Inhalation

For a decent look at Sternocleidomastoid click here:
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5/20/14 2:59 P

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5/19/14 11:38 P

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emoticon New Record! 3 Weeks In A Row! emoticon

I know I'm ringing in a bit late today (it's 10:30 PM in Chicagoland right now) but I still made it!

Our next Muscle Monday will begin to take us from the face (for now) into the neck:

Platysma

* Origin: Fascia Covering Superior Part of Pectoralis Major

* Insertion: Base of Mandible, Skin of Lower Park of Face

* Nerve: Facial (VII)

* Action: Assist to Depress the Mandible; Tighten the Fascia of the Neck; Draw Down Corner of the Mouth

For a decent look at Platysma click here:
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5/13/14 10:46 A

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Great! The picture is a nice touch.

Masseter is a good place to look for trigger points when someone has TMJD.

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5/12/14 7:36 P

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That was an awesome timing tie-in last week emoticon Just awesome

Now, for the first time since I started to get this going again I am actually making it here two weeks in a row!! emoticon emoticon LOL

Here is our next Muscle Monday:

Masseter

* Origin: Zygomatic Arch

* Insertion: Angle & Ramus of Mandible

* Nerve: Trigeminal (V) Nerve (Mandibular Division)

* Action: Elevate the Mandible (Temporomandibular Joint), May Assist to Protract the Mandible (TM Joint)

For a decent look at Masseter click here:
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Edited by: HOT_MAMA_13 at: 5/12/2014 (19:41)
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5/7/14 5:08 P

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We actually just introduced temporalis to my class that's 14 weeks into their year program, last night. The muscle slides have short videos and animations embedded in them, and the one for this muscle is hilarious, because the guy looks shocked and horrified.

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5/5/14 7:34 P

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I would like to apologize for disappearing yet again my friends. I am going to do my best once more to be on here more often again because I need it in more ways than one. Having said that, today is Monday & we know what that means - Muscle Monday!

Here's the next one:

Temporalis

* Origin: Temporal Fossa & Fascia

* Insertion: Coronoid Process & Anterior Edge of Ramus of the Mandible

* Nerve: Trigeminal (V) Nerve (mandibular division)

* Action: Elevate the Mandible (Temporomandibular Joint); Retract the Mandible (TM Joint)

For a decent picture of Temporalis click here:
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~Zig Ziglar
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2/18/14 1:52 P

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Thanks for bringing this back! Glad you're alive.
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2/17/14 11:03 P

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I really like this idea of reviewing one muscle each Monday - a great way to keep brushing up on our knowledge so I'm going to do my best to post a muscle each Monday.

Here's the first one of 2014:

Occipitofrontalis

* Origin: Galea Aponeurotica

* Insertion: Frontalis - Skin superior to eyebrows; Occipitalis - Superior Nuchal Line of Occiput

* Nerve: Facial (VII)

* Action: Frontalis - Raise the eyebrows & wrinkle the forehead; Occipitalis - Anchor & retract the Galea posteriorly

Here is a link to a decent picture of Occipitofrontalis:
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Edited by: HOT_MAMA_13 at: 2/17/2014 (23:05)
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~Zig Ziglar
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Welcome to the first Muscle Monday! Reviewing O/Is and actions is helpful for students and professionals alike. So, let's start with a muscle that is both easy to identify and a common client complaint:

TRAPEZIUS
The trapezius has three divisions, the upper, middle, and lower. Although this is one large muscle, its parts have separate and distinct functions.

UPPER
O: external occipital protuberance, medial third of superior nuchal line, ligamentum nuchae, spinous process of C7
I: lateral third of clavicle and acromion process
A: elevation and upward rotation of scapula; retraction scapula when working with middle and lower fibers
synergists: levator scapulae, sternocleidomastoid (clavicular head), middle and lower traps

MIDDLE
O: spinous processes of T1-5
I: superior border of spine of scapula
A: retraction of scapula; aids in elevation of scapula
synergists: rhomboids, levator scapulae, upper and lower traps

LOWER
O: spinous processes of T6-12
I: medial third of spine of scapula
A: stabilization, depression, retraction, and upward rotation of scapula; aids in stabilization when spine is in extension
synergists: upper and middle traps

We work the traps A LOT. Despite, or perhaps -because- of this, it's easy to zone out when we do. Make a special point to locate and palpate the origins and insertions of upper, middle, and lower trapezius this week. Try using muscle mechanics or another resistance technique to relax your client's traps instead of exhausting your hands!

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