Goniometrr of hip flexion (120): greater trochanter (falcrum), lateral midline of pelvis (stationary arm), lateral midline of femur (moving arm), lateral epicondyle (ref. point)

Goniometrr of hip flexion (120): greater trochanter (falcrum), lateral midline of pelvis (stationary arm), lateral midline of femur (moving arm), lateral epicondyle (ref. point)

Vastus lateralis : greater trochanter & linea aspera of femur (origin) lateral quadriceps tendon to patella & tibial tuberosity (insertion). Action: extends knee

Vastus lateralis : greater trochanter & linea aspera of femur (origin) lateral quadriceps tendon to patella & tibial tuberosity (insertion). Action: extends knee

Gleutus medius : outer surface of illium (origin) postlateral surface of greater trochanter of femur. Action:abducts and medial rotates hip. Tilts pelvis on walking

Gleutus medius : outer surface of illium (origin) postlateral surface of greater trochanter of femur. Action:abducts and medial rotates hip. Tilts pelvis on walking

Bony landmarks. There are four: 1) the greater trochanter, 2) the PSIS, 3) the ASIS, and 4) the head of the fibula.

Bony landmarks. There are four: 1) the greater trochanter, 2) the PSIS, 3) the ASIS, and 4) the head of the fibula.

In addition to the obvious upper buttock distribution of symptoms from pain and spasm in the gluteus maximus and gluteus medius, there may also be pain in the lateral thigh between the greater trochanter and the knee. This is because the tensor fascia lata muscle is also innervated by the superior gluteal nerve.

In addition to the obvious upper buttock distribution of symptoms from pain and spasm in the gluteus maximus and gluteus medius, there may also be pain in the lateral thigh between the greater trochanter and the knee. This is because the tensor fascia lata muscle is also innervated by the superior gluteal nerve.

Greater trochanteric bursitis or hip bursitis is the inflammation of the bursa on the outside of the hip, which can cause hip pain. The greater trochanter is the bony area it sits on. There are many bursae in the hip which can cause hip pain, but the greater trochanteric is the most common one. More hip bursitis stretches and exercises: https://youtu.be/cPDZb5YPn4U?list=PLPS8D21t0eO9IAk7n1m87qrL9emA7bpxE

Greater trochanteric bursitis or hip bursitis is the inflammation of the bursa on the outside of the hip, which can cause hip pain. The greater trochanter is the bony area it sits on. There are many bursae in the hip which can cause hip pain, but the greater trochanteric is the most common one. More hip bursitis stretches and exercises: https://youtu.be/cPDZb5YPn4U?list=PLPS8D21t0eO9IAk7n1m87qrL9emA7bpxE

Greater Trochanteric Bursitis, aka Hip Bursitis - Ask Doctor Jo - YouTube

Greater Trochanteric Bursitis, aka Hip Bursitis - Ask Doctor Jo - YouTube

Hip Brace by Perinatal Cares is an adjustable compression support for the greater trochanter, holds relaxed hip joints in socket, stabilizes lower back and pelvis and a great compression support for hernias.

Hip Brace by Perinatal Cares is an adjustable compression support for the greater trochanter, holds relaxed hip joints in socket, stabilizes lower back and pelvis and a great compression support for hernias.

The greater trochanter bursa experienced bursitis more commonly than any other hip bursa.

The greater trochanter bursa experienced bursitis more commonly than any other hip bursa.

Gluteus minimus: origin ilium, outer surface, inserts on greater trochanter of femur. Abducts and medially rotates thigh.

Gluteus minimus: origin ilium, outer surface, inserts on greater trochanter of femur. Abducts and medially rotates thigh.

greater trochanter - Google Search

greater trochanter - Google Search

(1) Greater Trochanteric Bursitis, aka Hip Bursitis - Ask Doctor Jo - YouTube

(1) Greater Trochanteric Bursitis, aka Hip Bursitis - Ask Doctor Jo - YouTube

The gluteus medius originates on the outer surface of the ilium bone and runs to the greater trochanter of the femur. This muscle acts to stabilize the pelvis when standing on one leg and during walking. The gluteus medius is also a primary abductor of the hip. Its anterior fibers act to synergize flexing and internally rotating the flexed hip; its more posterior fibers synergize extending and externally rotating the extended hip.

The gluteus medius originates on the outer surface of the ilium bone and runs to the greater trochanter of the femur. This muscle acts to stabilize the pelvis when standing on one leg and during walking. The gluteus medius is also a primary abductor of the hip. Its anterior fibers act to synergize flexing and internally rotating the flexed hip; its more posterior fibers synergize extending and externally rotating the extended hip.

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