Functional Anatomy for Health and Exercise Science
6 Units of Credit6 UOC
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This course covers the musculoskeletal anatomy of the human trunk, lower limb and upper limb in relation to its function in movement. Anatomical principles are studied in relation to the analysis and description of movement. The course includes study of the functional aspects of muscles and joints, and consideration of the mechanical properties of tissues. Laboratory classes involve study of prosected specimens, X-rays and surface anatomy.
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