Functional Rehab Academy

Adductor brevis

Muscle function: Hip adduction, flexion and internal rotation

Muscle origin: Anterior body of pubis and inferior pubic ramus

Muscle insertion: Medial lip of Linea aspera of femur

Nerve innervation: L2-4 (lovett reactor – C2-4)

Organ relationship: Colon

  • Sympathetic: T10-L2
  • Parasympathetic: Vagus and S2-4
Client is supine. The test leg is extended and placed in 15 deg. hip flexion, 10 deg. adduction and full internal rotation. Fiksate the opposite leg with one hand and apply pressure towards abduction on the test leg with the other hand.

Functional anatomy for

Adductor brevis

Related joints: SI, hip and pubic joint

Myofascial lines: Deep front line


Release exercises

Corrective strength exercises

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