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Posture: Anatomy, Good and Poor Posture, Ailments and Treatments
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This is a 20 page paper discussing the anatomical aspects of posture, good and poor posture, causes of poor posture, ailments and treatments. Many aspects of the anatomy affect a person’s posture which can easily turn from good into bad and painful. The spinal column provides the basis for good posture and naturally contains three curves which must be maintained. Muscles groups in the upper chest, back, trunk, lumbar region and in the lower extremities all contribute to the maintenance of good posture and when rehabilitation is required all muscle groups and their antagonists must be addressed. While poor posture seems natural to most people, proper posture must be a conscious effort applied on a daily basis which includes aspects in living space, work space and sleep environments. Many afflictions can be the result of poor posture such as migraine headaches, lower back pain, joint pain and nerve damage among others. Other than an awareness of good posture, many treatments are used for the rehabilitation of those patients who have severely bad posture which has resulted in an injury. Of the traditional methods there is exercise, stretching, strengthening and cardiovascular regimens which are applied. Physicians also recommend various perceptual control techniques, and mind-body therapies including yoga, tai chi, and the Alexander and Feldenkrais techniques among others. Selection of these therapies is largely based on the patient’s diagnosis and preference and what he or she is most likely to continue when the initial treatment has been completed. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Pressure Points and Human Physiology
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A 12 page discussion of pressure points. Defines pressure points and discusses the physiology behind the various sensations which are associated with either intentional or unintentional stimulation of these pressure points. Provides specific examples of ailments and illnesses associated with several pressure points and discusses the role of acupressure and acupuncture in pain relief and in the treatment of various conditions. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Primary and Secondary Organ Systems in Movement Across a Joint
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This 9 page paper provides an overview of the movement across the knee joint, including both primary and secondary organ systems. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Protein Synthesis
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A 4 page paper describing the method by which ribosomes synthesize proteins in the cell’s cytoplasm. The paper identifies amylase as being one of the body’s proteins, one so specific that its presence in blood confirms diagnosis of pancreatitis, a potentially fatal disease. Includes one figure. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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