Kalyani Premkumar MBBS MD MSc CMT PhD's The Massage Connection: Anatomy and Physiology PDF

By Kalyani Premkumar MBBS MD MSc CMT PhD

ISBN-10: 0781734762

ISBN-13: 9780781734769

This is the anatomy and body structure textual content written specially for college students and practitioners of therapeutic massage remedy. This variation integrates therapeutic massage treatment options in the anatomy and body structure content material, together with sections that debate how therapeutic massage interacts with the physique platforms. The ebook covers all the significant physique systems—integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and apprehensive systems—that are an important to powerful therapeutic massage treatment, and offers an outline of different physique platforms to provide scholars a well-rounded realizing of anatomy and physiology.

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The front of the elbow is known as the cubital fossa. If you have had blood taken, it is likely that the needle was introduced into the blood vessel in the cubital fossa. This region is also known as the antecubital region. The back of the elbow is the olecranal region; the wrist is the carpal region; the front of the hand is the palm, and The lower extremity is divided into the thigh, knee, leg, and foot regions. The upper part of the extremity—the thigh—is known as the femoral region. The front of the knee is the patellar region and the back of the knee (similar to the front of the elbow) is called the popliteal fossa.

Fatty acids, glycerides, steroids, and phospholipids are some of the important lipids found in the body. Proteins Proteins are the organic compounds that are most abundant in the body. All proteins contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen. In addition, some proteins may contain sulfur. There are about 100,000 different kinds of proteins in the body. Proteins form the structural framework for the body. The bulk of our muscles are made of proteins. The enzymes that facilitate chemical reactions are proteins, as are the buffers.

Diffusion Factors Affecting Transport others are referred to as peripheral proteins. The membrane proteins have many functions.

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