Thigh, Hip and Pelvis

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Thigh, Hip and Pelvis. Acute Care Lab Spring ‘10. Terms. Adduction Move toward the midline of the body (medial) ABduction Move away from the midline of the body (lateral) Flexion Move the extremity up ( anteriorly ) Extension Move the extremity back ( posteriorly ). Anatomy. Pelvis - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Thigh, Hip and Pelvis

Thigh, Hip and PelvisAcute Care LabSpring 10AdductionMove toward the midline of the body (medial)ABductionMove away from the midline of the body (lateral)FlexionMove the extremity up (anteriorly)ExtensionMove the extremity back (posteriorly) TermsPelvisYou hipsHead of femur sits in the acetabulum for ambulationMuscle attachments

FemurQuadriceps muscles (anterior)Hamstring muscles (posterior)AnatomyMade up of three bonesIlium IschiumPubic

Serves as originfor muscles

Pelvis

Hip flexorFlexes the hipCommonly injured in sprinters, runnersHip adductorsAdduct the hip pulled groin pain on the medial aspect of the legHip abductorsAbduct the hipPain on the lateral aspect of the legHip Muscles

Hip muscles

Hip flexor

Hip Adductors

Hip AbductorsQuadriceps musclesFlexes the kneeCommonly strained

Hamstring musclesExtends the kneeAlso commonly strainedFemur

Quadriceps Muscles

HamstringsStanding, hip in slight flexion, leg in slight internal rotationLateral to medial (6 double)Wrap two to three times around upper legWrap around the pelvis, pulling across the abdomen and torso and back to the legRepeat until wrap is goneSecure wrap with tape

Hip Spica- Adductors

Adductor wrapStanding, hip in slight flexionMedial to lateral (6 double)Beginning at the quadriceps wrap two to three anchorsPulling medial to lateralAt the waist, wrap around pulling across the abdomen, torso and back to the hipRepeat until wrap is goneSecure wrap with tape

Hip flexor wrap

Hip Flexor WrapStanding, hip in slight flexionMedial to lateral (6 single)Begin at the distal aspect of the legAnterior aspect of the legPulling medial to lateral, overlap by halfPulling up the legDistal to proximalContinue until wrap is goneSecure with tapeQuadriceps wrapStanding, hip in slight flexionMedial to lateral (6 single)Begin at the distal aspect of the legPosterior aspect of the legPulling medial to lateral, overlap by halfPulling up the legDistal to proximalContinue until wrap is goneSecure with tape

Hamstring wrap