Anatomy and Physiology:
Anatomy & Movement of Arms and Hands
Anatomy and Physiology: Anatomy & Movement of Arms and Hands
7 CEUs - provider #P00165
For those reflexologists who have had minimal A&P or want review, this is more in-depth knowledge specific to muscular-skeletal and nervous systems of arms and hands.
This is a combination of lecture, demonstration and palpation of skeletal and muscular structures of arms and hands.
2 hour lecture which includes review of tissue, joint movement and structure. Discussion of injuries and malformations of hands and practitioner’s role.
1 ½ hours of student identification and location of bones on a skeletal structure.
3 hour demonstration and student palpation skills for tissue, landmarks and mobility as well as sources and pathways of nerves, tendons and ligaments. Continued discussion of injuries practitioners face, such as Carpal Tunnel and Guyon’s Canal syndrome and Dupuytren's contracture.
½ hour: follow-up & evaluations.