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musculoskeletal system

the basis of locomotion in vertebrates, which is the contraction of MUSCLES against a skeleton.
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NIAMS: Mutations that have the potential to illuminate the development and function of the vertebrate musculoskeletal system and skin.
These disruptive energy patterns lodge themselves in the tissue along the spinal cord and brain, creating stress throughout the musculoskeletal systems. This alters and distorts the natural energy flow in our biology.
Balance is a matter of collecting information from the environment on where your body is in space and how its position is changing, and then responding with adjustments by your musculoskeletal system. Age-related changes occur in the sensory, motor, cognitive, and musculoskeletal systems, all affecting your ability to perceive and process the necessary environmental cues, and to respond quickly and efficiently to the information.

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