A New Muscle!

World, meet the¬†Tensor of the Vastus Intermedius! Hot from the desk of Cool New Things: in a pre-published article submitted to the journal Clinical Anatomy (2016), a group of researchers in Switzerland have determined they have identified a new muscle in the thigh! This muscle becomes part of the quadriceps groups, beginning in the upper-outer Read more about A New Muscle![…]

The Rotator Cuff – What is it?

Shoulder Anatomy The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles¬†that make up part of your shoulder (see Figure 1). These muscles each attach to the shoulder blade (scapula) at one end, and the top of the arm (humerus) at the other. Three of these muscles (supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor) are located at the back Read more about The Rotator Cuff – What is it?[…]