Adductor Brevis Definition
The Adductor brevis is a short muscle that directs the bone that it moves to the midline. It helps draw or lead the hip muscle.
In Latin, it is known as Musculus adductor brevis. It is referred to as Muscle court adducteur in French.
Adductor Brevis Origin
The muscle arises from the inferior ramus and the narrow strip of the public body’s external surface.
Adductor Brevis Insertion
The femoral linea aspera’s proximal section and Pectineal line are the points of insertion for this muscle.
Adductor Brevis Innervation
It is supplied by the L2 and L3 Obturator nerves. The muscle, from proximal to distal, receives blood supply from:
Adductor Brevis Function
It moves the legs to the body, and twists in the leg towards the body through the hip. It connects the femur or thighbone to the pubis bone or pelvis.
Adductor Brevis Pain
At times, adductor brevis pain is associated with signs and symptoms like:
Adductor brevis pain arises due to activities like:
Adductor brevis strain during groin pull, Inguinal hernia, pubic stress symphysis, pubic stress fracture, Genitofemoral or Obturator nerve entrapment or Floating Patella are some symptoms looked for while diagnosing this type of pain.
The treatment measures for this kind of pain include:
Some other muscles that have to be examined and considered along with the adductor brevis muscle include:
Adductor Brevis Exercises
Exercises for the natural treatment of Adductor brevis include short adductor stretch and strengthening exercises such as Isometric hip adduction Hip adduction with the help of a resistance band.
Adductor Brevis Pictures
The following Adductor brevis images and diagrams offer a complete visual idea about the appearance of this muscle.
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