Horizontal flexion: this only happens at the shoulder joint and occurs in the transverse plane. When an arm is held out to the side parallel to the floor and then pulled across the chest, that would be horizontal flexion.
- 1 What is horizontal flexion joint movement?
- 2 What muscle causes horizontal flexion?
- 3 What joints allow lateral flexion?
- 4 What is an example of horizontal abduction?
- 5 What movements occur in the horizontal plane?
- 6 What is ellipsoid joint?
- 7 What are examples of hinge joints?
- 8 What muscles horizontally abduct of the shoulder joint?
- 9 What muscle causes horizontal abduction at the hip?
- 10 What axis does shoulder flexion occur?
- 11 What is dorsiflexion and plantar flexion?
- 12 What type of joint is the atlantoaxial joint?
What is horizontal flexion joint movement?
Horizontal flexion: Refers to movement where the angle between two bones decreases and on the horizontal plane.
What muscle causes horizontal flexion?
The pectoralis major has the largest horizontal flexion moment arm with the humerus elevated 90 degrees, whereas the posterior deltoid and infraspinatus have the largest horizontal extension moment arms in this plane.
What joints allow lateral flexion?
Superior cervical spine joints:
- Atlanto-occipital joint: is aligned to permit movement of nodding (Flexion and extension) and turning (Lateral flexion and rotation)
- Atlanto-axial joint: It compromise three synovial joints, one central atlanto-odontoid joint and two lateral atlanto-axial joints.
What is an example of horizontal abduction?
Horizonal abduction is the movement of the arms from horizontally across the body. Starting from a position where the arms are straight to the front (shoulders flexed at 90 degrees), moving in the transverse plane to end in a position where the arms are straight out to the side (flexed at 90 degrees).
What movements occur in the horizontal plane?
Abduction and Adduction movements occur in this plane. Bisects the body from front to back, dividing it into left and right halves. Flexion and Extension movements usually occur in this plane. Divides the body horizontally into Superior and Inferior halves.
What is ellipsoid joint?
An ellipsoid joint is a biaxial joint. An ellipsoid joint allows movements in all angular motions. The movement of ellipsoid joints is in two plains, back and front, and side to side. These joints are present between the knuckle joints, wrist joints, metacarpophalangeal joints and metatarsophalangeal joints of fingers.
What are examples of hinge joints?
Hinge joints are a type of joint that functions much like the hinge on a door, allowing bones to move in one direction back and forth with limited motion along other planes. The fingers, toes, elbows, knees, and ankles contain hinge joints.
What muscles horizontally abduct of the shoulder joint?
Muscles that Horizontally Abduct the Shoulder
- Posterior Deltoid.
- Middle Trapezius.
- Lower Trapezius.
- Middle Deltoid.
- Teres Minor.
- Rhomboid Major.
What muscle causes horizontal abduction at the hip?
Anatomy of hip abduction The hip abductor muscles include the gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, and tensor fasciae latae (TFL).
What axis does shoulder flexion occur?
Movements in an axis and along a plane Bringing together planes and axes, we will describe the movements we used above. Flexion and extension of the hip occur in the sagittal plane, and about the coronal axis. Abduction and adduction of the shoulder occur in the coronal plane, and about the sagittal axis.
What is dorsiflexion and plantar flexion?
The term plantar flexion refers to the movement of the foot in a downward motion away from the body. It also enables the opposite movement, dorsiflexion, which is the movement of the foot toward the leg. Your ankle joint supplies the power for 40% to 70% of your forward movement during walking.
What type of joint is the atlantoaxial joint?
The atlanto-axial joint is a joint in the upper part of the neck between the atlas bone and the axis bone, which are the first and second cervical vertebrae. It is a pivot joint.