Acromioclavicular (AC) Joint.
Area in the shoulder where the scapula and the clavicle intersect.
Muscles on the front of the upper arm responsible for flexing the elbow and shoulder.
The collar bone.
Cartilage that separates the bones of the rib cage.
Deltoid Muscles.
Muscles at the top of the shoulder that are responsible for moving the arm to the front, side and back of the body.
Glenoid Fossa.
A cavity of the scapula into which the head of the humerus fits to form the shoulder joint. The location of a shoulder dislocation or subluxation.
Bone of the upper arm that runs from the shoulder to the elbow.
Chest muscles.
Rotator Cuff.
Group of four shoulder muscles responsible for moving the shoulder in internal and external rotation and assisting with overall shoulder stability.
Shoulder blade.
Sternoclavicular Articulation.
Area where the clavicle connects with the sternum.
The breast bone.
Flat, triangular muscle covering the posterior surface of the neck and shoulder.
Muscle on the back of the upper arm that is responsible for extending the elbow and shoulder.
Xiphoid Process.
Tip of the sternum.
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