Skeletal System Anatomy and Physiology
The skeletal system consists of bones and their associated connective tissues, including cartilage, tendons, and ligaments. It consists of dynamic, living tissues that are capable of growth, detect pain stimuli, adapt to stress, and undergo repair after injury.
Treatment with a TMJ Specialist in Augusta GA | Georgia Clinic of Chiropractic Blog - Augusta GA
The most common factor contributing to temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) is a bite problem affecting the joint itself. Another possible cause is the wear and tear on the teeth caused by aging, teeth grinding and clenching, or activities outside of normal function. For a chiropractor in Augusta GA that treats TMD: www.georgia-clinic.com
Overview of the Peripheral Nervous System - Brain, Spinal Cord, and Nerve Disorders - Merck Manuals Consumer Version
Overview of the Peripheral Nervous System - Explore from the Merck Manuals - Medical Consumer Version.
The Vestibular System and EOMs – Part 2
In part 1 we introduced you to book by Goldberg et al summarizing why the vestibular system can truly be considered a sixth sense. It is not surprising, given the extent to which vision is linked …
The Flexor Hallucis Longus
Chris Mallac looks at the anatomy and biomechanics of the FHL the pathogenesis of possible injury, and provides detailed rehabilitation suggestions. The flexor hallucis longs (FHL) has been referred to as the ‘Achilles of the foot’ due to its unique role controlling mid foot pronation and supination. Its physiological and mechanical properties allow it to act...
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ear anatomy 3d model
Ear Anatomy 3D Model available on Turbo Squid, the world's leading provider of digital 3D models for visualization, films, television, and games.
How to Make Your Own Halloumi, with Step by Step Photos! - Quirky Cooking
Guest blog by Arwen’s Thermo Pics I’m super duper excited to share this blog post with you! Last year I met a gorgeous lady in Hobart while down there for some Quirky Cooking seminars. We share a love for good food, the Thermomix, and food photography. Oh, and halloumi cheese. Yep, halloumi is high […]
What happens when an SI joint gets stuck?
If you have SI joint dysfunction, this is a really important concept for you to understand. There are different types of issues that can affect the SI joint, but this was the main problem for me, d…
How to Crack Your SI Joints by Yourself
Do your sacroiliac (SI) joints feel locked up and tight and it just feels like it needs to be released with a POP or CRACK? In this video, Dr. Rowe shows you...
Suboccipital muscles and nerve, artwork - Stock Image - C014/5097
Suboccipital muscles. Computer artwork of the back of the base of the skull showing nerves (yellow) and the suboccipital muscles (pink).