The illustrated guide to functional anatomy of the musculoskeletal system
"The Illustrated Guide to Functional Anatomy of the Musculoskeletal System provides the groundwork you need to truly understand musculoskeletal function, the basis of all biomechanics.This outstanding guide will give you an important base knowledge of normal musculoskeletal function and how deviations are caused, helping you determine the most appropriate clinical diagnoses and treatments for your patients. Combining easy-to-read text with numerous quick-reference tables and clear "illustrations, The Illustrated Guide to Functional Anatomy of the Musculoskeletal System logically covers both regional and systemic function. Chapters are organized by each segment of the musculoskeletal system for easy reference, presenting anatomical material that analyzes everyday activities and associated movements. Informative illustrations further deepen your knowledge of each musculoskeletal segment's function and how to clinically diagnose impairment. For years, clinical understanding of impaired function has been based on neuromuscular dysfunction whh resultant pain.This book now helps you examine impaired neuromusculoskeletal activity more meaningfully by grounding it in functional anatomy. This is an outstanding primer for medical clinicians, medical students, residents, reimbursement coding staff, and other musculoskeletal allied health disciplines.
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Muscles: Testing and Function with Posture and Pain, Volume 1
Florence Peterson Kendall
No preview available - 2005
Functional Anatomy of the Lumbosacral Spine
Functional Anatomy of the Cervical Spine
Functional Anatomy of the Shoulder
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A B FIGURE abduction abductor acromion angle annular fibers arch arrow artery articulation aspect atlas attach axis of rotation band biceps tendon brevis bursa calcaneus capsule carpi radialis cartilage cervical spine cervical vertebra clavicle concave contraction coracoacromial ligament cruciate ligament degrees Dermatomic Areas digit disk dorsal elbow epicondyle extends extensor tendon external rotation facets fascia femoral condyles femur fibula finger flexes flexion flexor digitorum flexor tendons foot foramen forearm Functional Anatomy functional units glenohumeral joint glenoid fossa gliding humeral head humerus indicates inserts interosseous muscle interphalangeal lateral collateral ligament lateral meniscus layer longitudinal ligament longus lumbar spine lumbrical metacarpal metatarsal motion movement muscle originates muscular navicular bone nerve roots oblique palmar patella phalanx plantar pollicis posterior posture profundus proximal phalanx quadriceps rotator cuff scaphoid scapula sensory sheath spinal canal spinal cord stability superficial superficialis superior supraspinous surface talus taut thumb tibia transverse carpal ligament transverse ligament wrist