Lab E (Answers)

Lab E (Answers) - 1. Palpate the scapula adductors when the...

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Lab E: The Scapula A. Associating Muscles and Movements 1. Identify the prime movers for each of the movements of the scapula. Abduction Upward Rotation Downward Rotation Adduction Elevation Depression serratus anterior, pecoralis minor trapezius II, IV, serratus anterior rhomboids, pectoralis minor trap III, rhomboids trap I, II, levator scapulae, rhomboids Trap IV, pectoralis minor 2. Which muscles comprise a force couple? Explain Upward Rotation Trap II – Elevation, Upward Rotation, Adduction Trap IV – Depression, Adduction, Upward Rotation Serratus Anterior – Abduction, Upward Rotation Downward Rotation Pectoralis Minor – Depression, Abduction, Downward Rotation Rhomboids – Elevation, Adduction, Downward Rotation D. Synergist Role of Adductors
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Palpate the scapula adductors when the humerus is externally rotated. Why do they contract? What type of contraction is it? Per Lab Discussion. OT 440 2009 E. Complete the Activity Analysis Below OT 440 2009 Analyze the SCAPULA for All Position or Movement Type of Contraction Active Muscles Refer to picture From A to B Abduction From B to A ADduction Concentric Concentric Serratus anterior & Pec Minor Trap III & Rhomboids Refer to picture From A to B Downward Rot & ADduction Eccentric Trap II, IV, Serratus Anterior & Pec Minor Refer to picture Per Lab Discussion Per Lab Discussion Per Lab Discussion Refer to picture Per Lab Discussion Per Lab Discussion Per Lab Discussion...
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