ANLS 1615 Biomechanics Terms Powerpoint

ANLS 1615 Biomechanics Terms Powerpoint - The power that...

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The power that made the body can heal the body and this power can be interfered with by a vertebral subluxation. I, as a chiropractor, can locate and reduce the vertebral subluxation, thereby allowing the imprisoned impulse to be released and heal the physical body.
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Movements 1) Translation – a single force on a bone Shear - force that tends to cause translation
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Translation
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Movements 2) Rotation – all the points on a bone moving in parallel around a curved path centered on some fixed point Torque – two unaligned forces act in opposing directions on different parts of the bone forming what is called a force couple.
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Rotation
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Movement Axis of rotation – DEFINITION-“that region that does not move when two or more opposing, unaligned forces act on a bone” All the points throughout the bone are grouped into individual planes that line parallel to the direction of the motion. In each plane the points move about a center located in that plane, when all the centers are lined up they depict this straight line.
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Axis of Rotation
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Senses of Movement Upwards or downwards Forwards or backwards Clockwise or counter-clockwise
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Planes of Movement Sagittal Plane Coronal Plane Horizontal Plane
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course ANLS 1615 taught by Professor Johnh.romfh during the Fall '10 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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ANLS 1615 Biomechanics Terms Powerpoint - The power that...

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