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Where is the sartorius muscle?

Posted by on October 13, 2015 in Health Tips | 0 comments

The importance of muscle trains.

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4 Superficial Front Line ‘the Protector’ & Superficial Back Line ‘the Lifter’ Follow the ‘grain’
myofascia
This is what Fascis actually looks like in the Human body. Thay white stringy stuffIf everything in the body is connected with this Gelatinous, fibrous, connective tissue which wraps everything in the body from Bone to Skin on a celluar level. Though these pictures highlight certain muscle trains. one cannot operate without the other.
This is why the fun of my job and talent is untangling all the knots you have developed throughout your life so far. IN the hopes of prompting you to correct what posture in your daily life may be adding to the discomfort you feel in your body.
This is not something I can do by myself regardless how often you see me. For these aches and pains can go away sometimes completely, more often to a point where getting through the day not on pain meds.
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so if you lift your arm all these trains are also partially involved in completing the movement
Anatomy-Trains

Now on the the Question At hand.

Where is the Sartorius?,
the monarticular
muscles hold posture
Pay attention to ‘switches’ where forces join or
separate, and ‘roundhouses’ where many
forces cross

Areas of pain to which the sartorius muscle may contribute.

Interesting facts about the sartorius muscle:

  • Known as the tailor’s muscle. Tailors would sit with their legs crossed while they sewed and would have pain along the path of the sartorius muscle.
  • The sartorius is the longest muscle in the body.

Clinical diagnoses to which the sartorius muscle symptoms may contribute:

  • Floating Patella
  • Meniscus tear
  • Muscle tear of the anterior thigh
  • Anterior cruciate ligament tear
  • Posterior cruciate ligament tear
  • Sprain / Strain of the thigh or knee
  • Rot-Bernhardt syndrome
  • Osteoporosis

Sartorius Muscle

Other muscles that should be considered and examined in conjunction with the Sartorius muscles:

Satellite Trigger Points: Rectus femoris, Vastus medialis, Adductor magnus, Adductor longus,  Adductor brevis

Affected Organ Systems: Urinary and Reproductive Systems

For detailed anatomy information see:  Sartorius Muscle Anatomy

For an in-depth look at the Sartorius Here is some great information.. 

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