Anatomical terms of motion

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    leisure setting for 3 hours. I was only able to sleep in it for two hours. Saturday morning I wore the splint for three and a half hours deer hunting. I must say that the splint was comfortable, but it hindered me in all occupations. In the setting of driving and community mobility I got into my truck and cranked it and I thought this isn’t bad at all. I stopped at a store to get a drink and when I reached to turn the ignition off, I realized that I was limited in range of motion especially in radial deviation and wrist extension. Upon entering the store and getting my drink I realized all my money was in my right front pocket. The splint doesn’t go into my pocket and I could not reach into my pocket with my left hand. Needless to say I had to remove the splint to retrieve the money from my pocket. The man at the counter was looking at me with a smirk but never offered his assistance. After entering my house, I proceeded to put all my things down to change clothes and again I was faced with limited range of motion. I needed full wrist extension and flexion, radial and ulnar deviation in order to remove my clothes. I put some clothes in the washer and dryer that did not present a challenge. When I was folding and hanging my clothes from the dryer I ran into some on the same limitations as…

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    An anatomical change that multiple sclerosis has on the nervous system is cause the patient to have muscle spasms. Patients with this condition will most likely encounter this debilitating symptom. Spasticity can be caused by either deterioration of the axons or impairment of demyelinating plaques on the descending motor pathways (De Sa et al., 2011). In addition to that, increased muscle tone and decreased muscle dexterity are observed from this change (Boissya and A Cohen, 2015). Muscle spasms…

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    The objective of mechanical philosophers is to mathematically quantify the laws for motion of matter. Development of new instruments such as the telescope, microscope, barometer, and thermometer also allowed scientists to discover laws of nature that had eluded earlier scientists. All of this led to a continuous increase in scientific experimentation. Galileo believed in the quantification of science and emphasized that natural philosophy can never answer the questions of reality with…

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    Subtalar Joint Position

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    I would be afraid that then, after doing so repeatedly, I would change the persons natural movement patterns and cause them to ONLY be able to reach certain ranges of motion in that poor positioning, and then the patient would adopt that poor alignment and use it consistently, wrongly thinking their injury is healed and corrected, then causing other injuries/ issues in the future. Essentially, if you deviate one point from normal, that will travel up and through the entire bodies kinetic chain…

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    Studies have demonstrated that MS patients will have a much slower information processing speed and defects in memory. Damage in the short-term and long-term memory is present in the earliest stages of this disease as patients may be unable to retain or recall new information (Chiaravalloti and DeLuca, 2008). The atrophy of grey and white matter in the brain is believed to be responsible for cognitive dysfunction (De Sa et al., 2011). Some cognitive functions that also decline, due to MS,…

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    and through the years. During the fifteen hundreds the term “beauty” was seen as simplicity in the classical sense. Similar to Plato’s sense of ideal beauty, which consists of symmetry and exactness, classical beauty appears simple. Michelangelo’s sculptures and his process of making them were influenced by Plato’s ideals. Michelangelo incorporated the use of symmetry and exactness throughout many of his sculptures to achieve objectivity. By choosing his subjects, learning the correct…

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    Essay On Supraspinatus

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    There are three phases of physical therapy to treat supraspinatus tendonitis: acute phase, recovery phase, and maintenance phase. The purposes of the acute phase are to relieve pain and inflammation, prevent the disuse and shrinking of muscles, reestablish nonpainful range of movement, and return the arthrokinematics of the shoulder complex. This includes a period of rest, so that symptoms do not worsen. The patient must strengthen his or her muscles so that there will not be long term…

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    flier to see what puffins sacrificed in order to gain the ability of wing-propelled diving and flight. To compare an analysis is performed on wing strength, wing length, angle of motion in wings, overall density, and on total pressure they can withstand. What was found is that typically the puffin closely resembles the pelican of the penguin, yet has the skill to manipulate its characteristics to quickly adapt to the alternate conditions. A bird flying overhead is, in and of itself, a…

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    Rectus Femoris

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    The knee is a very crucial structure in the human body. It plays an extremely essential role in human movement. The weight that is put through the knee at one time can be over extravagant and the way it takes the weight and controls the body is truly unbelievable and fascinating. It carries the weight forwards and backwards while walking, and upward and downwards while jumping. The anatomical structure that stabilizes the knee can be divided into 4 areas. Anterior, Posterior, Lateral or…

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    Sodium Bicarbonate Essay

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    I had also identified the correlation between Sodium bicarbonate and the unknown substance in terms of how they both react with water (neither of them dissolve in the water, rather is more dense than the water which seemingly causes the Sodium bicarbonate or Unknown substance to sink to the bottom of the platform. The Sodium bicarbonate and Unknown substance had reacted alike when they make contact with acidic acid. Being that they become extremely reactive with the acidic acid, forming…

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