Insertion Semimebranosus Semitendonosus
Ischialtuberosity: (Semitendinosus origin is shared with the long head of biceps femoris).
1) Semimembranosus: Posteromedial surface of proximal tibia. Some fibers join to form oblique popliteal ligament and attach to posterior medial meniscus.
2) Semitendonosus: Upper inner surface of proximal tibia (contributes to pes anserinus).
1) Long head: Tibial portion of sciatic nerve (sacral nerves 1 and 2).
2) Short head: Fibular portion of sciatic nerve (lumbar nerve 5, and sacral nerves 1 and 2)
Semimebranosus & Semitendonosus Tibial nerve (lumbar nerve 5 and sacral nerve 1).
Chakra illuminated: First.
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The chakras are described as being aligned in an ascending column from the base of the back to the top of the head. New Age practices frequently associate each chakra with a particular color.
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