1. What muscles are responsible for movement in the shoulder?
- obliques (external and internal), Transverse abdominis, Rectus abdominis
- Trapezius, Deltoid, Rhomboids, Lattisimus doris, Pectorals, Levator scapulae
- Bicep, Tricep
- gastrocenemius, quadracep, semitendious, satorius
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2. what is the purpose of cartilage in the shoulder joint?
- protect surrounding muscles from tearing
- acts as a glue keeping joint together
- To protect the bones from rubbing and grinding away at each other, and to lubricate movement
- protects the surrounding muscles from pulling
3. which type of injury DOES NOT occur at the shoulder joint?
- shoulder instability
- frozen shoulder
- rotator cuff tear
4. What is shoulder instability?
- when the ligaments and tendons holding the joint in place are stretched beyond their normal limits. This results in the shoulder becoming unstable
- when the bones in the shoulder joint are too big
- when the bones in the shoulder joint haven't grown properly and are too small
- When the muscles aren't strong enough to hold the joint in place
5. What movement is the trapezius responsible for in the shoulder joint?
- The trapezius retracts the shoulder girdle
- The trapezius abducts, extends, and outwardly rotates the shoulder
- The trapezius elevates and retracts the shoulder girdle
- The trapezius adductus, extends, and outwarldy rotates the arm