Type
Crossword
Description

Humerus Upper arm bone
Shoulder blade Scapula
Injury that could cause shoulder dislocation Fall
Most common dislocation in the shoulder Anterior
Most common dislocation joint Glenohumeral
A way to diagnose a dislocated shoulder X-Ray
The shoulder is this type of joint Ball and Socket
A muscle that helps in shoulder shrugs Trapezius
Collar bone Clavicle
Breast bone Sternum
Funny Bone Humerus
Muscle responsible for extension Tricep
Muscle responsible for flexion Bicep
How many bones are in the shoulder Three
Smallest rotator cuff muscle Teres Minor
Rotator cuff that holds humerus in place Superaspinatus
Clavicle separated from sternum Sternoclavicular sprain
Inflammation of bicep tendon Biceps Tendinitis
Percentage of posterior dislocation Two
Partial or complete tear of AC ligament Acromioclavicular sprain

The Muscular System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Butt muscle gluteus maximus
tendon in the heel achilles tendon
muscles that attach to the bone Skeletal muscles
Muscles that act on the lining of the bodies passageways and hollow internal organs smooth muscles
Muscle above the knee Quadriceps
major muscles of the back and is responsible for moving and rotating trapezius
Controls the motion of elbows and shoulders biceps
Opens a joint extensor
The muscle then travels down the arm and is connected on to the ulna of the forearm triceps
When an organ or tissue protudes through an area of weak muscles hernia
Muscles connecting the upper extremity to the vertebral column latissimus dorsi
cause swelling around muscles and bones tendinitis
The bulk of the chest pectoralis
long, thin, superficial muscle that runs down the length of the thigh in the anterior sartorius
Closes a joint flexor
Attach to shoulder deltoids
Muscle found in heart cardiac muscle
Contains many veins and arteries teres

Muscles and bones Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Achilles tendon
Gastrocnemius
Hamstring
Gluteus Maximus
Latssimus dorsi
Tricep
Trapezius
Quadricep
Satorius
Obliques
Bicep
Rectus abdominis
Cardiac muscle
Pectoralis major
Deltoid
Metatarsals
Tarsals
Calcaneus
Fibula
Tibia
Patella
Femur
Ischium
Illium
Coccyx
Sacrum
Vertebrate
Scapula
Phalanges
Metacarpals
Carpals
Ulna
Radius
Humerus
Ribs
Sternum
Clavicle
Mandible
Maxilla
Cranium

Shoulder/Elbow/Hand Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

____; Splint in extension Mallet
Deformity of the tearing at the 2nd PIP Boutonniere
Total number of metacarpals Five
______ Thumb compression of the ulnar nerve Bowlers
A forearm bone Ulna
A fracture of the 5th metacarpal Boxers
Fracture at the distal radius Colles
Upper arm bone Humerus
Little League Elbow;______ Plate issue Growth
_____ elbow; overuse of elbow tendons Tennis
Muscle for elbow extension Triceps
Number of phalanges in one hand Fourteen
Nerve associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Median
Nerve associated with Cubital Tunnel Syndrome Ulnar
Joint associated with an elbow dislocation Ulnohumeral
External Rotator muscle Subscapularis
Abductor rotator muscle Supraspinatus
Range of Motion performed by the Trainer PROM
A sprain to the AC joint; shoulder _____ Separation
A partial dislocation Subluxation
Pain that can be felt in the shoulder Referred
Muscle that covers the upper back, neck and shoulders Trapezius
Mechanism for shoulder injuries; falling on a ____ arm Outstretched
Rotator Cuff muscles; _____ group SITS
Injection treatment for a rotator cuff tear Cortisone
Muscle with two heads, elbow flexor Biceps
Bruising of the shoulder; shoulder ___ Pointer
Shoulder socket; ____ Fossa Glenoid
most common shoulder dislocation Anterior
“S” shaped bone Clavicle
Weakest part of the clavicle; _____ 1/3 Lateral
Percentage of posterior dislocation Two
Wrap for a separation/fracture Eight
Muscle used for punching and pushing; ______ Anterior Serratus
Most injuries occur in this phase Three
Phase where there is considerable pull on the joint Four
A shoulder prevention technique Warmup
A symptom of a rotator tear; Supraspinatus ____ Crepitus
Phase 2; ____ stress to the medial elbow Valgus

Skeletal and Muscular Systems Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Joint found in the shoulder and hip ball and socket
type of muscle that is voluntary and striated skeletal
occurs when a bone is forced out of its joint dislocation
only type of tissue that is able to contract muscle
flexible connective tissue that makes up our nose and ears cartilage
connects bone to bone ligament
type of joint found in the knee and elbow hinge
place where bones come together joint
connects bone to muscle tendon
muscle tissue found in the heart cardiac
type of muscle that is involuntary; controls breathing, bp, and digestion smooth
occurs when ligaments or tendons are pulled beyond their normal range sprain
helps make red and white blood cells marrow
front of the arm muscles biceps
back of the arm muscles triceps
protects the lungs and other vital organs ribs

Muscles and Bones Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The bone on your thumb side Radius
The bone on your pinky side Ulna
Protects your Brain Cranium
Lip bone Maxilla
Jaw Mandible
Collar bone Clavicle
Protects your heart Sternum
Protects your heart and lungs Ribs
The funniest bone in your body Humerus
Wrist bones Carpals
Hand bones Metacarpals
Fingers and toes Phalanges
Shoulder blades Scapula
Back bone Vertebrate
Right above tailbone Sacrum
Tailbone Coccyx
Hip bone Illium
Lower hip bone Ischium
Longest bone in your body Femur
Knees Patella
The bone located on the inside of your foot Tibia
The bone located on the outside of your foot Fibula
Heel Calcaneus
Ankle bones Tarsals
Foot bones Metatarsals
Shoulder muscle Deltoid
Chest muscle Pectoralis major
Heart muscle Cardiac muscle
Abs Rectus abdominis
Side muscles Obliques
Groin Muscle Satorius
Thigh muscle Quadricep
Upper back muscle Trapezius
Front upper arm muscle Bicep
Back upper arm muscle Tricep
Lower back muscle Latissimus Dorsi
Butt muscle Gluteus maximus
Back thigh muscle Hamstring
Calf muscle Gastrocnemius
Attaches your calf muscle to your foot Achilles tendon

bones and muscles Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ulna
radius
carpals
patella
vertebrae
scapula
sternum
tibia
fibula
tibialis
latissimus dorsi
cranium
deltoid cap
trapezius
triceps
biceps
humerus
pectorals
rectus abdominus
rectus femoris
quadriceps
stapes
sternocleidomastoid
gastrocnemius

Shoulder and Upper Arm Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Joint between the scapula and humerus glenohumeral
active stability by the shoulder is provided by what muscles? rotator cuff
Where the scapula articulates with the humerus glenoid cavity
the trapezoid and the conoid make up which ligament? coracoclavicular
tubercle on the clavicle conoid
which muscle initiates abduction at the shoulder? supraspinatus
originates at the infraspinatus fossa infraspinatus
originates on the lateral border of the scapula and inserts at the greater tubercle of the humerus Teres Minor
inserts on the lesser tubercle of the humerus and causes internal rotation of the humerus subscapularis
synchronization and pattern of movement of the scapula and humerus together is known as what? scapulohumeral rhythm
When soft tissues are compressed between the greater tuberosity of the humerus and the AC joint, what occurs? impingement
what increases contact between the glenoid fossa and the head of the humerus? glenoid labrum
pectoralis minor and serrates anterior cause what scapular movement? protraction
serrates anterior and trapezius cause what scapular movement? upward rotation
elevates the ribs scalene
has a clavicular and seternocostal portion pectoralis major
has ligamentous action at the sternoclavicualr joint subclavius
origination of the biceps brachii long head supraglenoid tubercle
insertion of the biceps brachii short head radial tuberosity
branch of the subclavian artery axillary
the axillary 2nd third travels under what muscle? pectoralis minor
the subscapular artery supplies what muscle? latissimus dorsi

Physical Therapist Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Why would you go to the PT? injury
what in your leg is easily sprained or broken? ankle
what is a common injury for athletes in tendons? tendinitis
what is a muscle group on the back of the thigh that can bend? Hamstrings
what is an involuntary/automatic response to a stimulus? Reflex
what is a translation or movement of body weight from one side to another, forward or back? weight shift
what is temporary or permanent loss of function usually associated with nerve involvement? paralysis
what is a sudden involuntary contraction of part of a muscle, short in duration? spasm
what is the front of arm muscle? bicep
what is the back of arm muscle? tricep
what is a break of a bone? Fracture
what is a disruption of a joint? dislocation
what is the property of being easily bent or shaped? flexible
what is the quality of moving freely? mobility
what do you use when you break your leg? crutches

muscular system Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Shorten, become smaller and tighter. contract
to loosen, go back to original length. relax
a muscle at the front of the upper arm. It lifts and bends the lower arm when it contracts. biceps
What is a flexible, but an elastic cord that attaches a muscle to the bone? tendon
the name of a muscle that straightens your arm. triceps
Your skeletal system works with your muscular system to allow? movement
what muscles work all by themselves to make your heart pump blood? heart
when you specifically make your muscles work voluntary
a kind of muscle acts independently of the will. involuntary
muscular system is an organ system consisting of skeletal muscles, smooth muscles and cardiac
What muscles are controlled directly by the autonomic nervous system. smooth
What can a loss of function can produce? paralysis
What is one of the muscles used in sprinting? hamstring
What is one of the muscles used in a baseball swing? abdominal
What is the muscle that allows you to shrug your shoulders? trapezius

Skeletal System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a dense layer of tissue enveloping bones except at the surface of joints is known as what? Periosteum
Bone Remodeling is also known as ___________ Ossification
a viscous non-newtonian fluid found in synovial joints is known as what? Synovial Fluid
How many bones are in the body? two hundred and six
ligaments connects two ____ Bones
where is the Humerus located? The Forearm
the Vertebrae is a part of what structure in the body? The Spine
The Skull, the Sternum, and Shoulder blades are known as what type of Bone? Flat
What do short bones provide? support
Red Marrow is also known as ___________ Myeloid Tissue
The Hip and the SHoulders are known as what type of joint? Ball and Socket
The Clavicle is a Fancy name for what bone? Collarbone
Phalanges are what? Fingers