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what muscles make up the rotator cuff

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It consists of a group of muscles and tendons that hold the pelvic girdle in place and make it functional, similar to the rotator cuff in the shoulder.


Four muscles in a persons body make up a rotator cuff: supraspinatus muscle, infraspinatus muscle, teres minor muscle and the subscapularis muscle.There are four muscles that make up a rotator cup.name the muscles please


supraspinatus, infraspinatus, and subscapularis muscles.


4, supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor and subscapularis.


The rotator cuff consists of 4 muscles. They are responsible for providing stability during shoulder-joint movement.


Tendons are very strong ropelike structures. They gradually arise from muscles. The power of muscles are transmitted by tendons. Muscles will take a larger area for origin or insertion. Tendons make the area dramatically less.


Alternate NamesShoulder exercisesYour Shoulder JointThe rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that attach to the bones of the shoulder joint, allowing the shoulder to move and keeping it stable.The tendons of the rotator cuff pass underneath a bony area on their way to attaching the top of the arm bone. These tendons join together to form a cuff that surrounds the shoulder joint. This provides the stability of the joint and allows movement of the arm bone on the shoulder bone.Injury to these tendons may result in:Rotator cuff tendinitis, when irritation and swelling of these tendons is presentA rotator cuff tear, when one of the tendons is torn due to overuse or injury.See also: Rotator cuff problemsThese injuries often lead to pain, weakness, and stiffness when you use your shoulder. A key part in your recovery is starting exercises to make the muscles and tendons in your joint stronger and more flexible.Your doctor may refer you to a physical therapist to treat your rotator cuff. A physical therapist is trained to help improve your ability to do the activities you want.Muscle Strengthening and StretchingMany muscles surround your shoulder and lower back. When all of these muscles are working together well, they serve to stabilize your shoulder joint. When your shoulder is stabilized, there is less strain on your shoulder joint and muscles when you are active.Before treating you, a doctor or therapist will evaluate your body mechanics. The therapist may:Watch how your shoulder moves as you perform activities, including your shoulder joint and your shoulder bladeObserve your spine and posture as you stand or sitCheck the range of motion of your shoulder joint and spine.Test different muscles for weakness or stiffnessCheck to see which movements seem to cause or worsen your painAfter testing and examining you, your physical therapist or doctor will know which muscles are too weak or too tight. You will then start a program to stretch out your muscles and make them stronger.The goal is to teach you proper techniques for using your shoulder with everyday activities, at work, or during sports activities. Exercises can help you heal from an injury and avoid re-injury.See Rotator cuff - self care to learn how to take care of your shoulder and avoid placing extra stress on it.If you just had surgery to repair your rotator cuff, see also:Shoulder surgery - dischargeUsing your shoulder after surgeryExercises for Your ShoulderThe goal is for you to function as well as possible with little or no pain. To do this, your physical therapist will treat your shoulder pain, help you strengthen and stretch the muscles around your shoulder, and teach you proper techniques to move your shoulder, for either everyday tasks or sports activities.Before doing exercises, have your doctor or physical therapist make sure you are doing them properly. If you have pain during or after an exercise, the way you are doing the exercise may need to be changed.Most exercises for your shoulder work to either strengthen (make stronger) or stretch the muscles and tendons of your shoulder joint.Exercises to stretch your shoulder include:Stretching the back of your shoulder (posterior stretching)Hand up your back stretch (anterior shoulder stretch)Anterior shoulder stretch - towelPendulum exerciseWall stretchesExercises to strengthen your shoulder:Internal rotation exercise - with bandExternal rotation exercise - with bandIsometric shoulder exercisesWall push-upsShoulder blade (scapular) retraction - no tubingShoulder blade (scapular) retraction - tubingArm reachReviewed ByReview Date: 07/06/2011C. Benjamin Ma, MD, Assistant Professor, Chief, Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service, UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Also reviewed by David Zieve, MD, MHA, Medical Director, A.D.A.M., Inc.


Muscles,tendons,and bones are related because tendons connect muscle to bone and ligaments connect bone to bone.Tendons connect your muscles to your skeleton so that your muscles will make the bones move to were you need it to go.


Pes anserinus ("goose foot") refers to the conjoined tendons of three muscles: the sartorius, gracilis and semitendinosus.




supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor and subscapularis


Eventually, yes. But tendons respond slower to training than muscles do so be careful to not overexert yourself.


muscles tendons ligaments and bones :*


You see the tendons at the bottom of your wrist, what ever muscle is conected to thoes


It will not hurt them.. Unless they have a serious injury like a torn rotator cuff. the pain reliever will only make it worse as the puppy will feel better.


Muscles work to move bones the way the brain tells them to. Tendons connect muscles to the bone to make this happen


Give the shoulder a rest, alternate with ice and heat. Strengthening the muscle around the rotator cuff will relieve the load of movement. Low level laser has also been shown to be effective. Treatment of injured shoulder rotator cuff: If injury is less than 72 hours then local cold pack and Aleve or Advil by mouth. If one can not raise the arm fully then may need to see an orthopedist. Initial treatment is physicl therapy- i.e. to move arm and shoulder to fullest ability and strenghthen the muscles. If Physical therapy does not cure and one can not move arm then a surgery to repair the torn rotator cuff is advised. This may not be a DIY project. What I've done with tremendous success is using a mixture of sheep dip, orange tang, and Vick's vapor rub. The high acidity of the tang mixed with the mentholate and dung has a mysterious pain relieving effect. It has not been medically proven, but over 90% of people who try this process report astounding results. Answer: Rotator Cuff injuries are very common injuries and can persist for years unless treatment is properly addressed. Anyone who has had one will tell you that they are incredibly painful and very hard to heal. The rotator cuff is used to describe four muscle groups in the shoulder area. This muscle group helps to stabilize the joint in the shoulder when the upper arm moves. Once one or more of the rotator cuff muscles are injured it becomes very difficult to recover 100%. It is almost impossible to keep from re-straining the muscles because even in a sling our shoulder can still move. It's just not possible to stop everything and rest the injury properly. Everyone has demands that make them keep going and in the process we prevent the rotator cuff from healing. What ends up happening is we continually reinjure the shoulder through our daily activities. Treatments: Ultrasound and/or Radiant Energy treatments dramatically increase the blood flow and reduce inflammation constant motion is what keeps the blood flowing through that area Cold compression wraps are highly effective at both reducing inflammation and preventing its return in between therapeutic treatments.


If you have injured your shoulder or have chronic shoulder and arm pain, it is best to see an orthopaedic surgeon. He or she can then make a diagnosis and begin treatment.


Skeletal muscles are attached to bones which make up the skeleton. They are attached to the bones by tendons. The tendons are made out of tissues that run through the muscular tissue and come together at the end forming tendons. The major function of the skeletal muscles is movement. Contraction of the fibres (cells) in the skeletal muscle generates tension which is transmitted through the tendons. Pairs (or more) of muscles generating tension on the tendons will move the bone. Skeletal muscles are also used in the maintenance of posture as the muscles have to contract to keep the body up right. An other function is the by product of movement; heat. The heat produced during the contraction of muscles, is an important homeostatic mechanism as it helps to maintain the body's core temperature.Hope this helps, have just finished a massive assignment on this subject!


It isn't just muscles, but the interaction between muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and the bones that permit movement. In muscles only, it's contraction and relaxation, but without the rest involved, the muscles would not result in purposeful movements.


Tendons need to be taught and tough to keep your joints from any injury, and from flapping around all over the place. They also need to be firm to make sure that they can support you and your muscles. Hope it helped! - ...


The human body has more than 650 muscles, which make up half of a person's body weight. They are connected to bones by tough, cord-like tissues called tendons, which allow the muscles to pull on bones.


For someone prone to ostreoposis trainnig will make the bones denser. For others there may be an icrease in size where the muscles and tendons attaches to the skeleton.


If you did not have bones, you could not do anything. Bones support your muscles and your tendons and make it possible for you to move. Bones also protect your internal organs.



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