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This acromioclavicular joint motion naturally occurs with scapular abduction, but it may become pathological if the motion is excessive
This acromioclavicular joint movement is a big component of raising your arm over your head
How many degrees does the scapular plane lie in front of a true frontal plane?
Number of degrees of sternoclavicular joint rotation
This acromioclavicular joint motion occurs with scapular elevation/depression
Which joint moves more from 150-180 degrees of arm elevation, the glenohumeral or the scapulothoracic?
Number of degrees of sternoclavicular joint retraction
Number of degrees of sternoclavicular joint elevation
These 2 muscles guide the humeral head anterior, and act as a 'back door' to stabilize the glenohumeral joint
Forward elevation of the arm requires protraction, elevation and posterior rotation at what joint?
Horizontal elevation of the arm requires what acromioclavicular motion?
How many degrees is the humeral head retroverted?
Are roll & glide for sternoclavicular elevation/depression the same or opposite?
Forward elevation of the arm requires upward rotation and abduction at what joint?
What type of joint is the acromioclavicular joint (i.e. saddle, ball & socket, etc)?
Number of degrees of sternoclavicular joint protraction
What is the range in degrees for the part of elevation that involves a 1:1 ration between the glenohumeral and scapulothoracic joints (i.e. 60-180)?
Acromioclavicular joint osteokinematics are tied to what other bone?
What ligament forms the coracoacromial arch (or the roof of the glenohumeral joint)?
What joint is the only mover involved in the first 60 degrees of arm elevation?
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What is the overall ratio of glenohumeral to scapulothoracic motion underlying the scapulohumeral rhythm (i.e. 3:2)
This muscle can move & stabilize the glenohumeral joint simultaneously as it abducts the arm
Glenohumeral flexion requires the scapulothoracic joint to do what motion?
How many inches should the scapula rest lateral to the spine?
What does the scapula begin to do after 60 degrees of glenohumeral elevation?
What is the angle of inclination (in degrees) of the humeral head?
What ligament is responsible for the posterior rotation of the clavicle that occurs during 30-60 degrees of scapular rotation?
Forward elevation of the arm requires medial winging and posterior tipping at what joint?
If all of the rotator cuff muscles were to simultaneously contract, what scapular motion would occur?
When elevating the arm, the next 30 degrees of scapular rotation (from 30-60 degrees) occurs with what motion at the clavicle?
When elevating the arm, the initial 30 degrees of scapular rotation occurs due to what motion at the clavicle?
Glenohumeral abduction requires the glenohumeral joint to do what other motion?
Horizontal elevation of the arm requires what glenohumeral motion?
Horizontal elevation of the arm requires what scapulothoracic motion?
Horizontal elevation of the arm requires what two sternoclavicular motions?
Number of degrees of sternoclavicular joint depression
Are roll & glide for sternoclavicular retraction/protraction the same or opposite?
What ribs should the scapula cover (i.e. 1-12)?
Forward elevation of the arm requires what glenohumeral motion?
This muscle guides the humeral head posterior, and acts as a 'front door' to stabilize the glenohumeral joint

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