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History of Anatomy

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Plant the seeds of your future in massage!

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Continuing Education Class for SMRT at NW Academy

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What do massage therapists and reflexologists have in common?

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A Tale of Two Schools

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Learn something new every day!

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Drawing of the hand and wrist, circa 1900. By Elisa Schorn. From the anatomical literature and drawings collection at Heidelberg University—HeidICON.

“What makes your knuckles pop?

If you’ve ever laced your fingers together, turned your palms away from you and bent your fingers back, you know what knuckle popping sounds like. Joints produce that CRACK when bubbles burst in the fluid surrounding the joint.

Joints are the meeting points of two separate bones, held together and in place by connective tissues and ligaments. All of the joints in or bodies are surrounded by synovial fluid, a thick, clear liquid. When you stretch or bend your finger to pop the knuckle, you’re causing the bones of the joint to pull apart. As they do, the connective tissue capsule that surrounds the joint is stretched.”

Courtesy of Anatomy in Motion! – http://www.facebook.com/pages/Anatomy-In-Motion/147107135344108

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