functional anatomy

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func·tion·al a·nat·o·my

anatomy studied in its relation to function.

func·tion·al a·nat·o·my

(fŭngk'shŭn-ăl ă-nat'ŏ-mē)
The study of bodily structure as it relates to function.
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Beyond the core class of functional anatomy, there are additional required and elective classes in the PTA program where students use Anatomy.
It does not have the detail of some functional anatomy textbooks but certainly gives a satisfactory account for the majority of practitioners and students.
Contributions to the Clinical and Functional Anatomy of the Horse
It outlines disease entities, reviews clinical implications and complications of surgery, and interprets key surgical concepts such as correlative and functional anatomy for non-surgeons.
Washington, Nov 3 (ANI): The precuneus region in the brains of humans and monkeys, which was long thought to be a single structure, is actually divided into four distinct functional regions, a comparative functional anatomy study has found.
It may be useful as a quick point of reference to provide a broad, easy to read outline of a topic, however it should not be used as a reliable source of contemporary understanding in relation to functional anatomy of the spine.
To become a NCSF certified personal trainer students are required to demonstrate a minimum competency in seven areas of health and fitness including: Functional Anatomy, Exercise Physiology, Health Screening and Evaluation, Nutrition and Weight Management, Exercise Prescription, Strength Training Instruction and Program Considerations for Special Populations.
A YIMHI workshop will advance a yoga practice and improve overall health by teaching functional anatomy, ways to identify imbalances and how to achieve proper alignment.
Manske, and Reiman acquaint students in physical therapy, occupational therapy, and athletic training with biomechanics and functional anatomy as the foundation for treatment techniques used in rehabilitation.
He covers the basic composition and function of the musculoskeletal system; mechanical concepts and principles of human movement; the functional anatomy of the skeletal, connective tissue, articular, and neuromuscular systems; the effect of aging; and the etiology of disorders and injuries.
mail]) Panagiotis Karagounis Kalymnou & Tenarou, Laboratory of Functional Anatomy and Sports Medicine (TEFAA), University of Athens, Greece

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