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Brachialis Muscle

image descriptionBrachialis Muscle

An image showing the brachialis muscle (highlighted) attached to the upper limb skeleton in addition to the Deltoid, Pectoralis major, Coracobrachialis and Biceps brachii muscles
An image showing the brachialis muscle (highlighted) attached to the upper limb skeleton in addition to the subscapularis, Teres major and coracobrachialis muscles
An image showing the brachialis muscle (highlighted) attached to the upper limb skeleton in addition to the subscapularis and coracobrachialis muscles
An image showing the brachialis muscle attached to the upper limb skeleton
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image descriptionAttachments of Brachialis Muscle: Origin & Insertion

Origin: (proximal attachments):
Anterior, distal half of humerus.

Insertion: (distal attachments):
Coronoid process and tuberosity of ulna.

An image showing the brachialis muscle (highlighted) attached to the upper limb skeleton in addition to the Deltoid, Pectoralis major, Coracobrachialis and Biceps brachii muscles
An image showing the brachialis muscle attached to the upper limb skeleton
An image showing the origin and insertion of the Brachialis muscle on the upper limb
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Actions of Brachialis Muscle on the forearm (radius/ulna):

image descriptionFlexes forearm at elbow.

An image showing forearm flexion at elbow.
An image showing forearm flexion at elbow.
An image showing forearm flexion at elbow.
An image showing forearm flexion at elbow.

Nerve to Muscle and its Spinal Segment:

Musculocutaneous nerve (C5, C6).