BRACHIORADIALIS

BRACHIORADIALIS

 

 

BRACHIORADIALIS :

 

BRACHIORADIALIS

BRACHIORADIALIS

The brachioradialis is a superficial and most prominant and palpable fusiform muscle on the lateral side of the forearm
that attaches proximally on the lateral supracondylar ridge of the humerus and distally on the radius,
close to its styloid process. Near the elbow, it forms the lateral limit of the cubital fossa, or elbow pit.


ORIGIN
: lateral supra condylar ridge of the the humerus

 

INSERTION : lateral surface of the dIstal radius

 

NERVE SUPPLY : radial nerve

 

ACTION/EXERCISE: elbow flexion and supination

 

 

 

TRIGGER POINT :

BRACHIORADIALIS TRIGGER POINT

BRACHIORADIALIS TRIGGER POINT

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