The five adductor muscles form a fan of tissue on the medial thigh. They function to stabilize our pelvis when we’re standing our walking.
Explore the bones, joints, and ligaments that make up the knee joint. Learn how the knee moves and functions.
David walks us through the structures that make up the elbow joint and create the kinetic chain from the shoulder to the wrist.
David takes us through an exploration of the erector spinae muscles. Find out where they attach and what actions they do.
David describes the bones, joints, and muscles that move the spine. He explains the sections of the spine and how they contribute to our movement.
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 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.
Explore the bones, joints, and ligaments that make up the pelvis. Learn how it moves and functions.
To keep things in balance in the body we nearly always have a muscle that is assisting or opposing any action. In this article David explains how we describe these relationships between muscles.
In this article David guides you through an exploration of the bones and muscles that make up the shoulder girdle.