Bones and treatment

Biceps femoris-history,structure,exercise,function and strain

The Biceps femoris is the backbone of the posterior chamber of the thigh and lies in the
posterior structure. It occurs mainly with two ‘heads’, called ‘long head’ (above) and ‘short
head’ (deep). It is part of the hamstrings.


Structure of biceps femoris


It has two source headers:
the long head emerges from the lower extremity and within the posterior part of the
ischium joint. This is a common tendon root in the semitendinosus muscle, as well as the
lower part of the obliotuberous ligot.


the short head, extending from the old abdomen of the linea Aspera, between the adductor
appendix and the Magnus lateralis extending almost as high as the insertion of the gluteus
Maximus, from the growth corresponding to the previous linea Aspera to 5 cm. of recent
condyle; and on the inner side septum. read more

biceps brachii-function, origin, Structure easy exercises

The biceps brachii muscle is one of the head or chief muscles of the arm.

It gets its name from its two heads that meet in one unique distal body, describing the
the unusual structure of the muscle.


The Biceps brachii is one of the main muscles of the upper arm that works in the shoulder
blades and left joint. It is also found in its name which consists of two parts (heads).


Structure of biceps brachii


The biceps are one of the three muscles in the outer part, as well as the brachialis muscle
and the coracobrachialis muscle, where the biceps share the nerve supply. The biceps
muscle has two heads, a short head and a long head, separated from the origin of the
coracoid process and the supraglenoid tubercle of the scapula, respectively. From where it
originates in the glenoid, the long head remains inclined as it passes where it meets the
shoulder and the store with humt. read more

scapula muscle-fast and easy explanation

what is scapula muscle

scapula muscle: A scapula or blade on the shoulder is a bone that connects the clavicle to the humerus. The
scapula forms the front arm of the shoulder girdle. Strong, flat, triangular bone. The scapula
provides attachment to several muscle groups. The deep scapula muscles include the
rotator cuff muscles, large teres, subscapularis, small teres, and infraspinatus. These
muscles attach to the scapular surface and help with capturing and rotating the outer and
inner glenohumeral joints. External muscles include the triceps, biceps, and deltoid. The third
group of muscles is the levator scapulae, trapezius, rhomboids, and serratus anterior.
These muscles are responsible for the circulation and strength of the spinal cord. read more