The pes anserine tendons meet on the inner aspect of the upper tibia, where the structure resembles a 'goose foot' - which is what 'pes anserine' means. Under the tendons lies the pes anserine bursa, a lubricating envelope. If it becomes inflamed it is called 'pes anserine bursitis'. #pesanserine #bursitis #anserinebursitis
Finally! After searching supraspinnatus, infraspinatus, latissimus dorsi, teres major, etc, etc, etc., I FINALLY find the insertion of the pectoralis major, right into the upper end of the humerus, exactly where it always hurts like hell. Now, to determine how to relax that muscle, and strettttch that area so that tightening does not occur, nor chronic inflammation.