Human Musculoskeletal System

This training program reviews the human musculoskeletal system in detail.

  • Rs.1,500

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The human musculoskeletal system is a composition of bones and muscles that define the structure, shape, and movement of the human body. The framework of this system consists of bones, cartilages, ligaments, tendons, and connective tissues. This course introduces the human musculoskeletal system, its components, the muscles of the human body, and their composition.

After completing this course, you will be able to:

1. explain the composition and function of the human skeletal system;

2. describe the different types of joints and their functions;

3. illustrate the classification, composition, and the function of the different types of muscles; and

4. describe the gain and loss of different types of muscles.

REQUIREMENTS

The course objectives specifically target OT and Anesthesia technicians, and other healthcare professionals

CURRICULUM

1. The human skeletal system

2. Characteristics of human skeletal system

3. Functions of skeletal system

4. Structure of skeletal system

5. Components of skeletal system

6. Classification of skeletal system

7. Axial skeleton: Skull

8. Cranial Vs. Facial bones

9. Axial skeleton: Neck

10. Axial skeleton: Spine

11. Axial skeleton: Trunk or torso

12. Appendicular skeleton: Hands

13. Appendicular skeleton: Legs

14. Joints

15. Types of joints

16. Fibrous joints

17. Cartilaginous joints

18. Synovial joints

19. Reflect

20. Functional classification of joints

21. The muscular system

22. Types of muscles

23. Smooth muscles tissue

24. Smooth muscle types

25. Cardiac muscle tissue

26. Cardiac muscle types

27. Skeletal muscle tissues

28. Skeletal muscle types

29. Muscles of head and neck

30. Muscles of upper limb

31. Muscles of the trunk

32. Muscles of the lower limb

33. Gain and loss of muscles

34. Neck muscles

35. Neck muscle types

36. Suprahyoid muscles

37. Infrahyoid muscles

38. Chest muscles

39. Abdominal muscles