The Hosford's Muscle Tables:
Skeletal Muscles of the Human Body

The skeletal muscle information has been placed on the Internet in a compact table form. To view and print the table you will need the free PDF viewer.

[Muscle Logo] The Hosford Muscle Tables:
-- 22 pages, updated Jan. 28, 2001.

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This entire web site developed from my interest in anatomy. I am a physical therapist with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. These tables were a way for me to consolidate a lot of information down onto single sheets of paper for review and study purposes. The tables have been placed on the Internet in PDF format as a service to the Internet community.

Shareware terms:

Thank you for your interest in the Hosford Muscle Tables, and for considering the value of registering. Your financial support helps us keep PTCentral growing. More documents will be available soon in the Online University.

If you find these tables to be an asset in your study, then you required to register by remitting the requested registration fee. It costs time and money to keep the muscle tables up to date and available on the Internet. The shareware fee is $3.00 for each set of the tables. This registration fee is a per-person fee. (This covers the entire 20 page electronic document set of tables for one person, and only registers the Muscle Tables.)

To be crystal clear: You are registering for online access to electronic documents. We do not send out hard copies. You will be responsible to print them locally if you want a hard copy.

Instructors that wish to reproduce these tables and provide them to their students should remit the shareware fee in one payment, covering each set of the tables used. Educators may send their mailing address when you write us, to obtain a copyright release statement for your records.


If you find these materials to be helpful, then please support this concept by sending in the registration fee. Registered users will be given special password access to the full, registered electronic versions of each document (PDF file format), with lifetime free updates.

Currently the shareware fee for all modules is $3.00 each. Please print this PDF form and send it with your payment. You can register by sending in the form and your check (in US dollars) to:

       Hosford Web Service
       11048 Red Bud Trail
       Berrien Springs, MI 49103

You can also purchase them online with a credit card for $3.00:

Note the PayPal service has you select a username and password, but these are only for PayPal. The username and password you need to access the registered tables will be sent to you in an email. Expect a message in 24-48 business hours (M-F) with your login information.

To be crystal clear: You are registering for online access to electronic documents. We do not send out hard copies. You will be responsible to print them locally if you want a hard copy.

Email me at if you have any questions about these tables or the registration fee.

Darryl Hosford

11048 Red Bud Trail
Berrien Springs, MI 49103

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Trouble Shooting Help:

PDF files allow universal, cross platform file viewing and printing, with viewers that are distributed for free. The key to the whole process is that you need to download and install the free viewer before you will be able to see the tables. It actually is rather easy. Visit the Adobe web site, and select the "Acrobat" viewer for your computer. (Note there are also very detailed instructions on the Adobe web site that will also help you if you have problems getting the viewer to work.)

Once you select the Acrobat PDF viewer for your type of computer, and have downloaded it, you will have to install it. On Windows computers, you will have to "Run" the file to get it to install. Some versions may require you to then run a setup.exe file to finish the final stages of the install. Once the PDF viewer has been installed, reboot your computer and then you should be able to select the PDF link above, and see the tables.

Note: If a window pops up from your browser which reads Unknown File Type and/or No Viewer Configured, and you have installed and setup the viewer, then this means that you simply need to let your browser know where the viewer is when it retrieves a PDF file. In Netscape, you can go to Options, General Preferences, and then Helpers to set it up correctly.

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