Shoulder anatomy

Explore the intricacies of shoulder anatomy and learn how it functions. Discover tips and exercises to keep your shoulders strong and healthy.
Rotator Cuff Tendonitis, Physiotherapy, Shoulder Rehab, Shoulder Injury Exercises, Shoulder Injuries, Rotator Cuff, Ortho, Body Anatomy, Physio

The subscapularis begins on the anterior scapular, or subscapular fossa, and introduces onto the minor tuberosity of the humerus. It is the largest of the rotator cuff muscles and its cross-sectional area is larger than the other three rotator cuff muscles combined; the infraspinatus, the teres minor and the supraspinatus. The most essential functions of the glenohumeral joint are: depressor of the humeral head; anterior stabilizer of the humeral head, which means it glides the humeral head…

Jennifer Mikonczyk