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Vastus Medialis Oblique - VMO Rehab Paste a VALID AdSense code in Ads Elite Plugin options before activating it. VMO stands for vastus medialis oblique and is part of the vastus medialis quadriceps muscle at the front of the thigh. The position of the vastus medialis oblique is just above and to the inside of the knee cap.The fibres of VMO have a more oblique alignment than the other fibres of vastus medialis. It arises from the tendon of adductor magnus muscle and converges to join the other quadriceps muscles inserting via the patella tendon, to the tibial tuberosity at the top of the tibia shin bone. Why is VMO important? VMO is important in keeping the kneecap tracking correctly.
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