Basic Musculoskeletal Considerations in Occupational Anatomy and Physiology

Basic Musculoskeletal Considerations in Occupational Anatomy and Physiology

The skeletal system provides the body framework, shape, articulations, supports, it protects the vital organs, and it furnishes a place for muscle attachment. It provides protection for the internal organs, provides movement when acted upon by muscles, manufactures blood cells, and stores mineral salts. The muscular system moves and propels the body. In order for the skeletal and muscular systems to function properly, the nervous system gives the body awareness of its environment, enables it to react to stimuli from the environment, and allows the body to work as a unit by coordinating its activities.
Inspection, palpation, and mensuration are the three most common techniques used in examination of the musculoskeletal system. As with all systems, a knowledge of anatomy and the pathophysiology involved is essential to make the examination significant.

At the end of the course, you should be able to understand;

  • The Functional Skeleton
  • The Skeletal Muscular System
  • Characteristics of Selected Musculoskeletal Processes
  • Common Malformations and Development Anomalies of Bone and Joint
  • Classification of Common Local Diseases of the Vertebrae and Pelvis
  • Spinal Biomechanics
  • Effects of Subluxation
  • Mechanics Involved in the Spinal Examination
  • General Methods in Spinal Analysis
  • Terminology of Common Diagnostic Entities Involving Subluxations

Course Curriculum

SECTION 1: MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM

1
The Functional Skeleton
Self-Paced
2
The Joints
Self-Paced
3
Joint Biomechanics
Self-Paced
4
Joint Examination Basics
Self-Paced
5
Muscle Spasm
Self-Paced
6
Joint Restrictions
Self-Paced
7
Quiz
10 questions

SECTION 2: THE SKELETAL MUSCULAR SYSTEM

1
Muscle Structure
Self-Paced
2
Conditions Causing Muscle Weakness and Spasm
Self-Paced
3
Trigger Points (Myodysneurias)
Self-Paced
4
Strains and Sprains
Self-Paced
5
Characteristics of Selected Musculoskeletal Processes
Self-Paced
6
General Symptomatology
Self-Paced
7
Reactions of Skeletal Muscle to Disease
Self-Paced
8
Disorders of Growing Bone
Self-Paced
9
Osteogenic Tumors
Self-Paced
10
Reticuloendothelial Disorders
Self-Paced
11
Infectious Bone Lesions
Self-Paced
12
Common Malformations and Developmental Anomalies of Bone and Joint
Self-Paced
13
Classification of Common Local Diseases of the Vertebrae and Pelvis
Self-Paced
14
Spinal Curvatures
Self-Paced
15
Spinal Biomechanics
Self-Paced
16
Quiz
10 questions

SECTION 3: THE SPINAL SUBLUXATION

1
Subluxation: A Clinical Entity
Self-Paced
2
Stress Reflex Subluxations
Self-Paced
3
Criteria Indicative of Subluxation
Self-Paced
4
Classification of Subluxations
Self-Paced
5
Biomechanical Classification of Spinal Subluxations
Self-Paced
6
Mechanics Involved in the Spinal Examination
Self-Paced
7
Segment Deviation in Distortion Patterns
Self-Paced
8
General Methods in Spinal Analysis
Self-Paced
9
Skin Temperature Analysis
Self-Paced
10
Influence of Subluxations on Posture
Self-Paced
11
General Description of Various Types of Spinal Curvatures
Self-Paced
12
Wrapping Up
Self-Paced
13
Quiz
10 questions

SECTION 1: MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM

1
The Functional Skeleton
Self-Paced
2
The Joints
Self-Paced
3
Joint Biomechanics
Self-Paced
4
Joint Examination Basics
Self-Paced
5
Muscle Spasm
Self-Paced
6
Joint Restrictions
Self-Paced
7
Quiz
10 questions

SECTION 2: THE SKELETAL MUSCULAR SYSTEM

1
Muscle Structure
Self-Paced
2
Conditions Causing Muscle Weakness and Spasm
Self-Paced
3
Trigger Points (Myodysneurias)
Self-Paced
4
Strains and Sprains
Self-Paced
5
Characteristics of Selected Musculoskeletal Processes
Self-Paced
6
General Symptomatology
Self-Paced
7
Reactions of Skeletal Muscle to Disease
Self-Paced
8
Disorders of Growing Bone
Self-Paced
9
Osteogenic Tumors
Self-Paced
10
Reticuloendothelial Disorders
Self-Paced
11
Infectious Bone Lesions
Self-Paced
12
Common Malformations and Developmental Anomalies of Bone and Joint
Self-Paced
13
Classification of Common Local Diseases of the Vertebrae and Pelvis
Self-Paced
14
Spinal Curvatures
Self-Paced
15
Spinal Biomechanics
Self-Paced
16
Quiz
10 questions

SECTION 3: THE SPINAL SUBLUXATION

1
Subluxation: A Clinical Entity
Self-Paced
2
Stress Reflex Subluxations
Self-Paced
3
Criteria Indicative of Subluxation
Self-Paced
4
Classification of Subluxations
Self-Paced
5
Biomechanical Classification of Spinal Subluxations
Self-Paced
6
Mechanics Involved in the Spinal Examination
Self-Paced
7
Segment Deviation in Distortion Patterns
Self-Paced
8
General Methods in Spinal Analysis
Self-Paced
9
Skin Temperature Analysis
Self-Paced
10
Influence of Subluxations on Posture
Self-Paced
11
General Description of Various Types of Spinal Curvatures
Self-Paced
12
Wrapping Up
Self-Paced
13
Quiz
10 questions

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