Forearm muscles are responsible for movements of the fingers, hand and wrist. They are specifically built to handle tasks as precise and slow as writing and as brute and fast as throwing a ball or lifting a heavy weight. Together, they provide supination and pronation of the forearm and hand and also extension and flexion of the hand and fingers.

Pronators Muscle

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Pronators Muscle DEFINITION - What does Pronators mean? Passing circuitously across the forearm, the pronator connects the humerus’ centre epicondyle to the medial side of the ulna’s

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Brachioradialis Muscle

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Brachioradialis Muscle DEFINITION - What does Brachioradialis mean? Well known as Venke’s muscle, the brachioradialis is a superficial muscle that bends and stabilizes the elbow, and based

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