Lab 7: Anatomy of Hip Hinging Movements

Lab Overview
Learning Objectives

  1. Identify the bones, key markings of the posterior pelvis, hip and knee.
  2. Differentiate between pelvic sections (i.e. ilium, pubis and ischium).
  3. Recall the origin, insertion and action of a number of key posterior hip and knee muscles.
  4. Analyze a number of hamstring dominant exercises by identifying the muscles involved; agonist, antagonist and synergist(s) and how they contribute to the movement.
Lab Tasks

  1. Station 1: The Skeleton and the Hamstrings
  2. Station 2: Posterior Knee and Pelvis
  3. Station 3: The Skeleton and Gluteals and TFL
  4. Station 4: Hamstring Dominated Exercises
  5. Station 5: Bringing it all Together (Muscled Leg, Hip and Torso)

Other Resources and Readings

  1. Text Readings (pg. 274-276, 278-279, 386-389 [only muscles from lecture])
  2. Colouring Book
    • PSIS, PIIS, Posterior gluteal line, greater sciatic notch, ischial spine, ischial tuberosity, SI joint, sacrum, coccyx (pg. 35)
    • SI Joint, PIIS (pg. 37)
    • Linea Aspera of Femur, Fibular head, Iliotiial tract, posterior femoral condyles (pg. 38)
    • Gluteal muscles (all of them), Tensor Fasciae Latae (TFL), Iliotibial Tract (ITB) (pg. 59)
    • Hamstrings (all of them), Adductor Magnus, Gluteus Maximus, Guteus Medius, ITB, Ischial Tuberosity (pg. 60)
  3. Mastering Anatomy and Physiology (MAP)
    • Study Area > Animations & Videos > A&P Flix > Origins, Insertions, Actions, Innervations > Lower Limb: Biceps Femoris, Semitendinosus, Semimembranosus, Gluteus Maximus, Medius, Minimis, TFL/ITB **Only to the detail in my lecture slides, no need to learn nerve innervation or more detailed attachments**
    • Study Area > Lab Tools > Practice Anatomy Lab (PAL) > Anatomical Models >
      • Muscular System: ONLY Biceps Femoris, Semitendinosus, Semimembranosus, Gluteus Maximus, Medius, Minimis, TFL/ITB
      • Appendicular Skeleton > lower limb (only to detail of lecture slides, only posterior hip and knee, no foot and ankle)

Lab 1: Inclusive Language

Lab Overview

Learning Objectives

  1. Explore inclusive language best practice.
  2. Practice using inclusive language during mock interviews.

Lab Tasks

  1. Station 1: Inclusive Language Interview РDisability 
  2. Station 2: Inclusive Language Interview – Pregnancy
  3. Station 3: Inclusive Language Interview РOlder Adult 
  4. Station 4: Inclusive Language Interview РChronic Disease