Structure and function of the musculoskeletal of humans - Assessment for musculoskeletal injuries

Structure And Function Of The Musculoskeletal Of Humans Structure And Function Of The Musculoskeletal Of Humans         The skeletal structure includes the bones of the skeleton, cartilages, ligaments, and other connective tissue that join or attach to the bones. Aside from supporting the weight of the body, bones work jointly with muscles to preserve body situation and to bring about controlled, accurate movements. This situation is what gave rise to musculoskeletal.More...

 

Musculoskeletal And Aging

Musculoskeletal And Aging

The changes that occur in musculoskeletal muscles are a normal process and do not depend on ageing. However, because they are not put to use, they age faster. Many of the Americans do not exercise and lead a sedentary lifestyle. Less than 10 percent of people in the United States have a habit going to the gym. Musculoskeletal degradation is seen in people who are usually above the age of 50. People, who exercise, do not face this and even after 50 they lead a healthy and active life by being active. More...

 

Functions Of The Skeletal System

Functions Of The Skeletal System        In order to understand the functions of the skeletal system, it is necessary to get an understanding of what makes up this system. The skeletal system comprises of two parts, the axial and the appendicular systems. The axial skeletal system is made up of the spinal column, ribs, skull and the sternum. The appendicular skeletal system contains the shoulders and the pelvic girdle. More...

 

Why Do Joints Pop ?

Why Do Joints Pop ?

Knees or elbows sometimes make a crackling noise and it is called popping. There are several reasons why joints crack and pop. Sometimes, it is normal for the joints to pop. However, people often wonder why do joints pop. So, to answer this question, here is a list of the most common reasons that cause the joints to pop. More...

 

Difference Between Tendons And Ligaments

Difference Between Tendons And Ligaments

Tendons and ligaments are very identical and as a result people assume that they are one and the same. However, there are differences between the two. Both tendons and ligaments are made up of chains of collagen cells. These cells are produced by the proteins in the body. The difference between tendons and ligaments comes in their functionality. More...

 

Types Of Bursae

Types Of Bursae

Bursae are sacs of fluid that cushion the joints and are located between tendons and bones or skin. These bubble-like structures reduce friction that develops in joints or other moving parts of the body. The shoulders, knees, hip and ankles are some of the parts of the body that are protected by the bursae. More...