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Can you name the Exhalation SD- Burns ?

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Ribs 6-10 have more of this type of rib motion that is lateral, anterior, and superior in front.
Muscle that attaches to TP of C2-C7 to the superior surface of Rib 1. Elevates Rib 1 and can be stretched by sidebending.
Muscle that elevates Rib 1 and attaches to TP of C3-C6 to Tubercle of Rib 1. Rotation is needed to stretch this muscle.
Muscle that elevates Rib 3, 4, and 5. Attaches to surface of Ribs 3-5 and the coracoid process of the scapula.
Inhalation or Exhalation SD: Able to move freely during Exhalation
Muscle that protracts/ABducts the scapula. It also stabilizes the scapula and assists in forced inspiration.
Bottom or Top Rib: Key Rib in Exhalation SD
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Local or Regional: Screening for Restriction to Springing
Muscle that elevates Rib 6, 7, and 8. It holds the medial scapula border against thorax.
Muscle that elevates Ribs 9 and 10. It adducts, extends, and medially rotates the humerus.
Muscle that elevates Rib 2. Attaches to TP of C4-C6 to the lateral surface of rib 2.
Inhalation or Exhalation SD: Able to move freely during Inhalation
Ribs 1-5 have more of this type of rib motion where it is superior in front and inferior in the back.
Local or Regional: Restriction to Inhalation/Exhalation

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