In this video, Leslie talks about the muscles of the arm and the nerves that innervate them. Did you know there are only two nerves? What are these? Find out by watching the video. Have fun!Read More
In this video, you’ll understand how nerves such as the axillary, suprascapular, upper and lower subscapular nerves innervate the six intrinsic shoulder muscles which include the deltoid muscle, supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, teres major and subscapularis. Watch to learn more. Enjoy!Read More
In this video extrinsic back muscle innervations of some nerves namely accessory, thoracodorsal and dorsal scapular nerves are discussed. Muscles involved include trapezius, latissimus dorsi, levator scapulae, rhomboid minor and rhomboid major. Enjoy!Read More
In this video, Leslie focuses on the different gateways for specific nerves and arteries from the anterior scapular region to the posterior scapular region namely the suprascapular notch, quadrangular space, triangular space, and triangular interval. Included is the identification of the borders and contents of each of these spaces.Read More
After learning about the bones of the shoulder girdle in previous episodes, let’s review and identify the different parts of the clavicle, scapula, and the proximal humerus based on what we’ve learned so far.Read More
Let’s talk about the ligaments found on the sternoclavicular joint. Here, you’ll learn where the costoclavicular ligament, the interclavicular ligament, and the anterior and posterior sternoclavicular ligaments are.