Muscles And Trauma Case Study: Chinese Delivery

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Matt may have had to do simple movements in order to get his Chinese delivery in a matter of seconds, but what he probably is oblivious to is the various muscles and joints needed to do in the simple act of opening a door.
To begin, Matt first had to stand from his sitting position, in order to go and get his food from the delivery person. With standing, it is necessary to be in control and maintain a steady posture, or one would constantly be landing on their face. While sitting, Matt is using muscles such as Quadriceps, Fibularis Longus, Latissimus Dorsi, and of course; his Gluteus Medius muscles. With that, we see there are many muscles just involved in the process of being in a sitting positon. Moreover, is when Matt has to physically
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Next, Matt has to push up using all of his strength. Muscle used in this process are the Hamstrings which flex the knee for movement, the soleus, which provides power to the ankle, and the Tibilias anterior, which inverts the ankle. Now, Matt is finally in standing position. In this position, Matt is using his Gluteus Maximus, one of the strongest muscles in the human body, and this allows for movement of the hip & thigh. Also, Matt is using his Hamstrings, Soleus, and Tibilas anterior, which very also used in other positions in the process of standing from sitting position. With all of the different muscles used in this process of standing from sitting position, there were also various nerves that inverted these muscles. For the Quadriceps it would be the femoral nerve, the Fibularis Longus with the Peroneus longus nerve, the Latissimus Dorsi with the Thoracodorsal nerve, the Gluteus medius which uses the superior gluteal nerve, and the gluteus maximus which uses the inferior gluteal nerve, the Internal oblique which uses the both the iliohypogastric nerve and the ilioinguinal nerve. Also, the Trapezius which uses

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