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Hi Hannab, As a massage practitioner, I can relate to ligament injuries! Ouch! One essential oil blend that was designed for ligament injuries is PanAway. If you click on the link...
Understanding Elbow Pain - Part 1: Functional Anatomy by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional to start off this collection by talking about the anatomy of the elbow joint, but in appreciation... epicondyles, as they are crucial attachment points for both tendons and ligaments (as well as sites of stress...
Male nipples and round ligaments of the uterus by Brad W. Medical Student ," because someone can always come up with something plausible. In some men the nipple may be considered an "erogenous zone," but what part of the male anatomy... part of their anatomy that reflects a developmental constraint? In a classic (1987) and controversial...
Did We Really Discover a New Ligament in the Knee? by Mike Reinold Patient Expert to a paper published in the Journal of Anatomy regarding the anterolateral ligament.  Here is the abstract....” Anatomy of the Anterolateral Ligament of the Knee The website io9 did a good job highlighting...
Should Pitching Coaches Understand Research Methods and Functional Anatomy? by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional ligamentous laxity, or subtle tinkering with some other component of their timing. Second, a lot of guys... glenohumeral ligaments and labrum.  Meanwhile, the biceps tendon picks up the slack as a crucial anterior...
Understanding Back Pain’s Anatomy by Dr. Graeme T. Doctor of Chiropracty column) are the two primary parts of our back. These are strongly attached by ligaments to our spine... of our vertebrae, ligaments, discs, and muscles are the ones that provide the strength and the stability...
How do you train minus two knee ligaments? by Mike R. Healthy Living Professional the PCL and LCL ligaments in his knee. Obviously, this would effectively end his season... cartilage structures (menisci in your knee, labrum in your shoulder, etc.), ligaments, and joint capsules...
The Normal Cervical Curve in the Neck by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook the cervical spine are tendons, ligaments and muscles- they allow for movement and prevent us from doing..., nerves c1-c8, ligaments, tendons and muscles. Wrapping your head around all the complexities...
The Hip Bone’s Connected to the….. by Carolyn C. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven by the resilient muscles and ligaments that surround and cross it.  The hip joint is part of the so-called “pelvic girdle”. Because of this, the flexibility and strength of the muscles and ligaments surrounding...
Keeping Your Shoulders Mobile AND Stable by Carolyn C. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven ligaments. Its stability, therefore, is dependent on the muscles and tendons running across the joint... is to both strengthen and stretch the muscles, tendons and ligaments supporting your shoulders, including a deep layer...

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