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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/4/11 Kinesiology 270 Applied Anatomy Dr. Tim Kempf 10/4/11 Movement Overview and the Applied Anatomy Model • Description of normal movement – Walking, running, throwing, kicking, striking • View YouTube videos: – David Parsons Dance Company “Caught” – Fosbury Flop • The anatomical model 10/4/11 Approaches to Studying Anatomy • Regional Anatomy • Systemic Anatomy – The integumentary system (dermatology) – The skeletal system (osteology) – The articular system (arthrology) – The muscular system (myology) 10/4/11 Major Parts of the Body and Regions of the Lower Limb 10/4/11 Anatomical Position • Standing upright • Head, eyes, and toes directed forward • Arms adjacent to the sides with the palms facing forward • Lower limbs close together with the feet parallel • Note: the body is fully extended 10/4/11 Anatomical Planes 10/4/11 Terms of Relationship and Comparison 10/4/11 Terms of Movement 10/4/11 Terms of Movement 10/4/11 In-class Group Activity • Name of activity • Purpose of movement performance • Describe the starting position, initial movement, plane of action, axis of rotation, and body segment moved for: – Right shoulder – Right knee 10/4/11 Skeletal System 10/4/11 Skeletal System 10/4/11 Bone Markings and Formations 10/4/11 Joints 10/4/11 The Six Types of Synovial Joints 10/4/11 Clinical Topics • Trauma to bone—fractures • Osteoporosis • Effects of disease and diet on bone growth • Degenerative joint disease 10/4/11 Types of Fractures • Simple fracture • Comminuted fracture • Greenstick fracture • Multiple fracture • Compound fracture • Reference: Columbia Electronic 10/4/11 Skiing injuries in children: lower leg fractures • Author: Ungerholm, S, et. al.Author: Ungerholm, S, et....
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