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    Biomechanics Notes

    1) Introduction to Biomechanics

    This document gives the overview of basic biomechanics concepts. Covers important topics like Kinetics, Kinematics, Lever Systems, overview of ligaments, bones, cartilage, joints and their properties. This notes are preapared mainly from "Joint Structure & Function: A Comprehensive Analysis".

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    2) Biomechanics of Shoulder Complex

    The shoulder complex is composed of the scapula, clavicle, humerus, and the joints that link these bones into a functional entity. These components constitute one half of the weight of the entire upper limb. The scapula, clavicle, and humerus that forms the shoulder complex are responsible for movement of the hand through space.... Notes are based on the book "Joint Structure & Function: A Comprehensive Analysis".

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    3) Biomechanics of Elbow Complex

    The elbow complex consists of the elbow joint (humeroulnar & humeroradial articulations) and the proximal and distal radioulnar joints... Reference: "Joint Structure & Function: A Comprehensive Analysis".

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    4) Biomechanics of Wrist Complex

    The wrist (carpus) consists of two compound joints: the radiocarpal and the midcarpal joints, referred to collectively as the wrist complex. Each joint proximal to the wrist complex serves to broaden the placement of the hand in space and to increase the degrees of freedom available to the hand. The shoulder serves as a dynamic base of support; the elbow allows the hand to approach or extend away from the body; and the forearm adjusts the approach of the hand to an object.... Reference: "Joint Structure & Function: A Comprehensive Analysis".

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    5) Biomechanics of Knee Complex

    Knee complex plays a major role in supporting the body during dynamic and static activities. In a closed kinematic chain the knee joint works in conjunction with the hip joint and ankle to support the body weight in the static erect posture. Dynamically, the knee complex is responsible for moving and supporting the body in sitting and squatting activities and for supporting and transferring the body weight during locomotor activities. In an open kinematic chain the knee provides mobility for the foot in space. The knee is not only one of the largest joints in the body but also the most complex..... Reference: "Joint Structure & Function: A Comprehensive Analysis".

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    6) Biomechanics of Posture

    Postural control, which can be either static or dynamic, refers to a personís ability to maintain stability of the body segments in response to forces that threaten to disturb the bodyís structural equilibrium. The ability to maintain stability in the erect standing posture is a skill that the central nervous system (CNS) learns using information from passive biomechanical elements, sensory systems, and muscles. The CNS interprets and organizes inputs from the various structures and systems and selects responses based on past experience and the goal of the response.... Reference: "Joint Structure & Function: A Comprehensive Analysis".

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    thanks mate for your upload

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    thanks so much was doing a different work gor a while and I do need to freshen up my knowledge

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    how to download.???. and where do i say thank ...???

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