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Exam ANATOMY Test Sevy

Exam ANATOMY Test Sevy

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YOGACARA ANATOMY ANDMETHODOLOGY TAKE-HOME EXAM1) What is the common name for lateral flexion?(1)Common name lateral flexion (side-to-side)yes- sidebending2) What are the three arches of the foot? How dothey relate to Pada Bandha? (4)Medial longitudinal arch,Lateral longitudinal arch,Transverse archPada Bandha - Pada Bandha contributes togrounding more firmly through the foundation of the feet and to stabilizing the body in standingposes. It also contributes to engaging MulaBandha. Pada Bandha is engaged through liftingthe arches of the feet.good3) Name two types of synovial joints (the most
common type of joint in the body) and give anexample of each. (4)Hinge - Elbow/KneeBall and Socket - Shoulder and Hips4) Which group of muscles would be helpful tostrengthen if a student had patelor femoralsyndrome? (1)strengthening the Quadriceps muscles can help.5) What is the common name for ishialtuberosities? (1)The symptoms of ischial tuberosity pain are, plainand simple, “a pain in the butt or used in ordinaryor familiar conversation “PITA”.-1 Hmm… not sure you answered the questionhere. I was asking for the common name for theishial tuberosities- this has nothing to do with thesymptoms of iscial tuberosity pain. The answer is
sit bones or sitting bones or sometimes sitz bones.6) How many cervical vertebrae do we have?Thoracic? Lumbar? (3)7 Cervical, 12 Thorracic and 5 Lumbar. It's easy toremember if you think of meal times 7,12, and 5nice7) Describe the posture of a student with bothextreme kyphosis and lordosis in their body? Howwould these curves affect other areas of theirbody? Ie. Where might they be tight? Weak? (4)Postural kyphosis-sometimes called "round back"-is the result of poor posture. This condition is mostcommon in adolescents and young adults.Slouching when standing or sitting causes thespine to curve forward. Postural kyphosis is oftenaccompanied by hyperlordosis of the lumbar(lower) spine. The lumbar spine naturally has alordosis or inward curve. Hyperlordosis means thelumbar spine compensates for too much thoracickyphosis by curving too far in the inward

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