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  • Shoulder Joint Lab Report

    The proximal origin of the muscle is on the spinous processes of thoracic vertebrae 7–12, the thoracolumbar fascia, the iliac crest, and the lower ribs (Figure14). The tendon is attached to the humerus anteriorly floor of bicipital groove. The tendon is either wing-like or quadrilateral. Most of the deep surface of the tendon of…

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  • Idiopathic Scoliosis Case Studies

    Introduction: The human spine is made out of 33 vertebrae that unite together to form a singular structure usually known as the vertebral column. It provides structural support, flexibility, and balance to maintain a vertical upright posture. A healthy normal vertebral column is straight and has front to back curves. The curve in the neck area is called the cervical spine, the curve in the upper back is called the thoracic spine, and the curve located in the lower back is known as the lumbar…

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  • Athletic Training Essay

    Most people today have seen on television during a sports game an Athletic Trainer run out to the field to assist an injured athlete. They are the first line of care during any emergency situation on the field when they are present. Many different athletic and even non-athletic settings employ Athletic Trainers for the different services they can provide. Athletic Trainers can provide more than just taping an ankle and applying ice. They also create rehabilitation programs, manage acute injuries…

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  • Fitness Test Essay

    adjusts to a positive nutritional intake. LEARNING EXPERIENCE 1 List the major bones of the body and at least one muscle that attaches to each (minimum of fifteen). List of major bones in the body, including a muscle attached to each: CERVICAL VERTEBRAE (7) – Trapezius…

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  • Muscular System Essay

    Publisher-Sachin Thaker Editor- Isaac Cook Illustrator- Emily Webb Layout Editor- Emily Webb Vocab- Henry Dupke Muscular system pictures https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Muscular_system.svg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Wrist_and_hand_deeper_palmar_dissection-en.svg https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Face Nervous System Pictures How to the Keep the System Running Properly: The muscular system- Eat a diet with a sufficient amount of protein, do weight…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Being A Football Player

    Association of Neurological Surgeons website: “A high school senior was injured in a game on Sept. 7, 2012. Two tacklers hit him as he attempted to make a block – one from the front and one from behind. He was unconscious and had two fractured cervical vertebrae. He had initial paralysis but is recovering from the injury, but will not be able to play football again”. Football players not only…

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  • Stem Cells

    cord is damaged across the whole width and results in a complete disruption of the spinal cord with no function below the injury. These injuries often occur as a result of acceleration-deceleration events like crashes. If the injury occurs in the cervical region the result is no movement below the neck (tetraplegia) and if the injury occurs in the thoracic region the result in no movement below the arms (paraplegia). Incomplete injuries are when the injury is not across the whole spinal and at…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Religion Vs. Evolution

    While there is a belief that humans have evolved from apes, religion has an explanation. Evolution is the theory that modern life has descended from a common ancestor, through the process of natural selection. Faith on the other hand, claims that life was created in the form it is today with some alterations from God. Since evolution was found it has been debated by all faiths. Evolution generates an explanation for the origin of life which is not necessary when there is religion, logic, and…

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