An introduction to the skeletal system including terminology, anatomical positions, directional terms, anatomy, function, origin, formation, imbalances and repair of bone tissue, continuing on to specific details of the vertebral column, thorax and upper limb. No prerequisites required.
A continuation of Anatomy 1213 covering the details of the wrist, hand, head, neck and hip. Prerequisite: Anatomy 1213.
A continuation of Anatomy 1223 covering the details of the lower limb, foot and ankle. Prerequisite: Anatomy 1223.
The introduction to articulations of the skeletal system (joints) with terminology, classifications, histology, structure of joint types, physiological and accessory movement. Specific details of the joints found in the vertebral column, thorax, shoulder girdle, arm and forearm as well as the associated ligamentous support.
A continuation of Anatomy 1313 presenting details of the joints found in the head, neck, wrist, hand and hip as well as the associated ligamentous support. Prerequisite: Anatomy 1313.
A continuation of Anatomy 1323 presenting details of the joints and associated ligamentous support of the lumbar spine, sacrum, pelvic girdle and lower limb. Prerequisite: Anatomy 1323.
An introduction to the muscular system of the body with terminology, classifications and functions of muscles as well as specific origin, insertion, action and fiber direction of muscles in the back, rotator cuff, arm and forearm.
A continuation of Anatomy 1413 presenting details of muscles of the face (including muscles of mastication), trunk, hand and neck. Prerequisite: Anatomy 1413.
A continuation of Anatomy 1423 presenting details of the muscles of the pelvic girdle and lower limb. Prerequisite: Anatomy 1423.
Introduction to the cavities of the body, brain, spinal cord, respiratory, digestive, reproductive, urinary, endocrine and integumentary systems of the body by detailing location, major organs involved, function and characteristics of each of the various systems. No prerequisites required.
A detailed study of the organs, vessels, functioning (including electrical functioning) and characteristics of the heart, arterial blood supply, venous blood return, lymphatic circulation and specific processing of the same. Both blood and lymph circulation are covered from the macro processing to the micro processing levels. No prerequisites required.
Introduction to the properties and types of sensory receptors, general senses, chemical senses, hearing and equilibrium and vision. Students will anatomically locate, describe and identify organ systems and related divisions. No prerequisites required.
An introduction to the nervous system with general definitions and common terminology, organization of nervous system, histology of nervous tissue, progressing to specific anatomical details of the spinal cord and lower extremity nerves, including development, functioning, diagnostic procedures, protection and homeostatic imbalances. Prerequisites: Anatomy 1511, Anatomy 1433.
A continuation of Anatomy 2713 with continued study of the spinal cord and an introduction to the upper extremity nerves. Homeostatic imbalances in these areas are examined as well as a detailed analysis of dermatomes, myotomes and reflexes (theory and assessment). Prerequisite: Anatomy 2713.
A continuation of Anatomy 2723 studying anatomy of the brain and cranial nerves, followed by a study of the Autonomic Nervous System (sympathetic, parasympathetic), visceral reflex arcs, dysfunctions and disorders. A practical component including specific nerve mobilizations and tension testing is also included in Neurology Parts I, II and III. Prerequisite: Anatomy 2723.