David describes the bones, joints, and muscles that make up the hand and wrist. Learn the anatomy and movements of this area of the body.
David explains the difference between the movement of hyperextension and the condition of hyperextension. Learn when to be concerned.
David explains why posture typical of sitting at the computer can cause neck and shoulder pain. He explains why the upper trapezius muscle is often involved.
David explains the basic structure of the important bundle of nerves called the brachial plexus. Find out why these nerves are sometimes associated with pain.
David breaks down the structure of a synovial joint and explains how it contributes to movement in the body.
David applies anatomical movements of the shoulder joint to some daily movements and sports actions.
Explore the latissimus dorsi and teres major muscles. Find out where they’re located and what they do.
Explore the trapezius muscle. Find out where this important muscle is located and what it does.
Learn what herniated, bulging, and ruptured discs are. Learn what their symptoms are and what some of the causes may be.
Explore the deep six lateral rotator muscles of the hip. Find out where they’re located and what they do.
Explore the bones, joints, and ligaments that make up the pelvis. Learn how it moves and functions.
Learn what carpal tunnel syndrome is, what its symptoms are, and what some of its causes may be.