Courses for Beginners & Patients

3D Anatomy & Physiology for Everyone: The Musculo-Skeletal System (HAMSK-002)


Description

CERTIFIED & ACCREDITED BY APTN-COFENAT
DURATION: 25 HOURS

This course is the continuation of the "Introduction to Human Anatomy (Basic Concepts and Terminology)". We suggest you complete unit 1 first as we will be using the previoius concepts in this unit as well, however if you are already familiar with the basic human anatomy concepts you can simply start with unit 2 directly. This course does not include clinical tips like in the course HAMSK-001, the syllabus designed within this course is ideal for anyone interested in getting initiated in this subject as a beginner.

In this course we will be studying the body movements, function and composition of bones, the types of bones and how are the cells and tissues organized to conform the macro and microstructure of this important part of the human anatomy. We will be studying the types of joints and how are they mechanically involved to offer us maximum degree of freedom in terms of motion. You will have access to a virtual anatomy lab, where you will be able to play with an anatomical virtual model and learn the names of different bones and structures. We will be training you with videos based on 3D anatomical models on different parts of the skeletal system.
Next we will be studying the structure of the muscle, how it is organized and the types of muscles you can find in the human body. In this section you will be learning the mechanisms of muscle contraction in different ways. We will be training you with videos based on 3D anatomical models on the muscles involved in mastication, arm elevation and rotation of scapula as well.

You have 60 days access to the virtual campus in oder to complete the course, far much more time needed actually to complete this unit. The total amount of hours required to complete this course is aproximately 25 hours.
During this days you will have full access to the virtual campus, you can use the internal messaging system to ask our instructors and solve your doubts and questions, also you will have the download function enabled for the documentation that we have prepared for you. Videos are streamed online only during the days that the course is enabled and you can watch them as many times as you want to, until you have a clear knowledge about the topic.

Content
  • Why this Course is Designed for You sample
  • A Video Tour to the Content of this Course sample
  • Guide to Our Virtual Campus
  • Recommended Text Books
  • How to use the 3D Practical Anatomy Lab Tools sample
  • UNIT 2A: The Skeletal System
  • The 3D Atlas App of the Skeletal System sample
  • Lecture 2A1 Movements. Functions & Compositon
  • Additional Resource: Learn More on Body Movements
  • Lecture 2A2 Types of Bones and Macrostructure
  • Must Wach: Macrostructure of a Long Bone
  • Lecture 2A3 Microstructure & Bone Cells
  • Must Watch: Microstructure of a Compact Bone
  • A Digital Tour through the Compact Bone
  • Lecture 2A4 Types of Joints & Mechanics
  • Homework: Identify the different synovial joint movements
  • Practical 3D Anatomy Lab: Human Skeleton
  • Test on the Skeletal System
  • The Vertebral Column
  • A Practical Guide to the Vertebral Column
  • Lecture 2A5-1 Overview of the Vertebral Column (Spine)
  • An Example of Lordosis (Swayback) in the Lumbar Spine
  • Watch an Example of a Hunched Back Spine (Kyphosis) Upper Back
  • Lecture 2A5-2 Anatomy of a Single Vertebra
  • Lecture 2A5-3 The Cervical Vertebrae
  • Lecture 2A5-4 The Thoracic Vertebrae
  • Lecture 2A5-5 Lumbar, Sacral & Coccygeal Vertebrae
  • Additional Resource: Identifying Real Human Vertebrae
  • Practical 3D Anatomy Lab: Review of the Vertebral Column
  • Test on the Vertebtal Column
  • THE HUMAN SKULL
  • A Practical Guide of the Human Skull
  • Lecture 2A6-1: Overview of the Human Skull
  • Lecture 2A6-2: Anterior View of the Human Skull
  • Lecture 2A6-3: Lateral View of the Human Skull
  • Lecture 2A6-4: Posterior View of the Skull
  • Practical 3D Anatomy Lab: Anterior and Lateral View of the Skull
  • Practical 3D Anatomy Lab: The Temporal and Infratemporal Fossae
  • Lecture 2A6-5: The Sutures of the Skull
  • Practical 3D Anatomy Lab: Review the Sutures of the Skull
  • Lecture 2A6-6: Bones of the Brain Case Parietal and Temporal Bones
  • Practical 3D Anatomy Lab: Review the Parietal & Temporal Bones of the Skull
  • Lecture 2A6-7 Frontal & Occipital Bones of the Skull
  • Lecture 2A6-8: The Sphenoid Bone of the Skull
  • Lecture 2A6-9: The Ethmoid Bone of the Skull
  • Lecture 2A6-10: The Facial Bones of the Skull
  • Lecture 2A6-11: The Cranial Fossae of the Skull
  • Test on the Human Skull
  • UNIT 2B: The Muscles
  • Lecture 2B1 The Muscles
  • Test on Muscles Unit 2B2
  • Lecture 2B2 Muscle Contraction & Signalling
  • Practical 3D Anatomy Lab: Review the Mechanisms of Molecular Muscle Contraction
  • Must Watch: Muscle Contraction 3D Animation
  • Lecture 2B3 Muscles Involved in the Mastication Process
  • Lecture 2B4 Muscles Involved in Arm Elevation and Shoulder Rotation
  • The Gayt or Walking Cycle
  • IMPORTANT: Please complete this survey
Completion rules
  • You must complete the units "Lecture 2A1 Movements. Functions & Compositon, Lecture 2A2 Types of Bones and Macrostructure, Lecture 2A3 Microstructure & Bone Cells, Lecture 2A4 Types of Joints & Mechanics, Homework: Identify the different synovial joint movements, Practical 3D Anatomy Lab: Human Skeleton, Test on the Skeletal System, Lecture 2A5-1 Overview of the Vertebral Column (Spine), Lecture 2A5-2 Anatomy of a Single Vertebra, Lecture 2A5-3 The Cervical Vertebrae, Lecture 2A5-4 The Thoracic Vertebrae, Lecture 2A5-5 Lumbar, Sacral & Coccygeal Vertebrae, Practical 3D Anatomy Lab: Review of the Vertebral Column, Test on the Vertebtal Column, Lecture 2A6-1: Overview of the Human Skull, Lecture 2A6-2: Anterior View of the Human Skull, Lecture 2A6-3: Lateral View of the Human Skull, Lecture 2A6-4: Posterior View of the Skull, Practical 3D Anatomy Lab: Anterior and Lateral View of the Skull, Practical 3D Anatomy Lab: The Temporal and Infratemporal Fossae, Lecture 2A6-5: The Sutures of the Skull, Practical 3D Anatomy Lab: Review the Sutures of the Skull, Lecture 2A6-6: Bones of the Brain Case Parietal and Temporal Bones, Practical 3D Anatomy Lab: Review the Parietal & Temporal Bones of the Skull, Lecture 2A6-7 Frontal & Occipital Bones of the Skull, Lecture 2A6-8: The Sphenoid Bone of the Skull, Lecture 2A6-9: The Ethmoid Bone of the Skull, Lecture 2A6-10: The Facial Bones of the Skull, Lecture 2A6-11: The Cranial Fossae of the Skull, Test on the Human Skull, Lecture 2B1 The Muscles, Lecture 2B3 Muscles Involved in the Mastication Process, Lecture 2B4 Muscles Involved in Arm Elevation and Shoulder Rotation, The Gayt or Walking Cycle, Test on Muscles Unit 2B2, IMPORTANT: Please complete this survey"