Biceps Femoris Muscle (Short Head)

The short head of biceps femoris muscle originates from a ridge at the middle of the femur to cross the knee and insert on the tibia and fibula. As the name implies, the biceps femoris has two heads, or immovable ends, one attached to the ischium (bone in the pelvis) and the other attached to the femur (thigh bone). The muscle passes along the back of the thigh on the lateral side and connects close Continue Scrolling To Read More Below...