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Muscular Anatomy 101 // A Full Set of Drawn Muscles with Attachments, Innervations, Blood Supplies, and Actions! Muscle Anatomy, Body Anatomy, Anatomy Study, Psoas Iliaque, Muscular System Anatomy, Cabinet Medical, Gross Anatomy, Medical Anatomy, Human Anatomy And Physiology

Muscular Anatomy 101 // A Full Set of Drawn Muscles with Attachments, Innervations, Blood Supplies, and Actions! — Breanna Spain Blog

Hi everyone! So, if you are a visual learner like me, then you know that learning all of the muscles in the human body can be a daunting task if you don't have visuals to aid in your studying. I spend a lot of time in the cadaver lab and in osteology lab (with skeletal models) to learn all of the di

Quick help to memorize the boundaries of the femoral triangle. Quick help to memorize the boundaries of the femoral triangle. Ankle Anatomy, Hip Anatomy, Gross Anatomy, Muscle Anatomy, Human Anatomy, How To Study Anatomy, Medical Mnemonics, Sports Therapy, Musculoskeletal System

Lower extremity: Anatomy study course | Kenhub

Quick help to memorize the boundaries of the femoral triangle. #learn #anatomy

adductors The adductor magnus has a double innervation! Pin it and you won't forget about it anymore.The adductor magnus has a double innervation! Pin it and you won't forget about it anymore. Hip Anatomy, Gross Anatomy, Muscle Anatomy, Human Anatomy, Exercise Physiology, Anatomy And Physiology, How To Study Anatomy, Musculoskeletal System, Physical Therapy

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The adductor magnus #muscle has a double innervation! Pin it and you won't forget about it anymore. #learn #anatomy

PT school hospital internship: "that gave me insight into everything that she assessed that I didn’t realize that she was assessing (posture, balance). Physical Therapy Student, Career College, Student Info, Career Choices, Amelie, Assessment, How To Dry Basil, Clinic, Everything

Clinical Practicum (Summer Year 1): Day 3 | My Road to PT

I had the same CI as last week. However, the first 3-4 patients that we checked on weren't able to be seen, she had to wait to see 2 patients until the afternoon because their family members weren'

PT school hospital internship: "I learned a lot of new information about lab values, lines and tubes, what some medical procedures are. Lab Values, Student Info, Studying, Clinic, Physics, Medical, Posts, Learning

Clinical Practicum (Summer Year 1): Day 4 | My Road to PT

I had a different CI today, and we spent all of our time in the ICU and PCU. I loved that she took her time to go through the chart review and asked me questions about lab values.

PT school hospital internship: "I was able to see many areas of the facility, interact with a variety of patients, and observe different physical therapists and other professions. Physical Therapist, My Career, Clinic, Physics, Posts, Day, Summer, Blog, Verano

Clinical Practicum (Summer Year 1): Day 5 | My Road to PT

Today I was with the same CI that I've been with twice before. I was able to assist with a transfer because the patient felt more secure having two people assist. I felt better about assisting today…

Essential supplies for PT School! Therapist School, Physical Therapy Student, Physical Therapist, Pta School, Sports Medicine, College Life, School Supplies, Physics, Advice

Supplies for PT School | My Road to PT

Read this list for all the supplies you'll need in physical therapy school, with a free downloadable version!

PT school can be stressful, especially when you want to enjoy the beach. Read about my final exams & practicals! School Hacks, School Tips, Student Info, Summer Classes, Acute Care, Final Exams, Finals, Physics

PT School Summer Final Exams and Practicals | My Road to PT

I give a brief overview of all the final exams and practicals for each of my summer classes, including acute care, differential diagnosis, and tests and measures. I also continue to struggle with my…

The year of physical therapy school has started! I was chosen to be a teaching assistant for the year students, which is a lot of work on top of my… Student Info, Physics, Posts, Teaching, Fitness, Blog, Messages, Physics Humor

2nd Year of PT School: Teaching Assistant Duties, Graduation, and Interesting Classes | My Road to PT

The 2nd year of physical therapy school has started! I was chosen to be a teaching assistant for the 1st year students, which is a lot of work on top of my regular classwork. I also go over my classes…

PT school clinical: "During an evaluation that I watched, my CI performed the Slump test, straight leg raises, Sacroiliac joint compression/distraction, and the Spring test. Straight Leg Raise, Dry Needling, Student Info, Leg Raises, How To Gain Confidence, Clinic, Exercise, Posts, Ejercicio

PT School Clinical: Dry Needling, Shoulder Mobilizations, and Gaining Confidence | My Road to PT

My first day at a new clinic went well. I learned about dry needling, back evaluations, shoulder mobilizations, and exercises. I also reflect on feeling self-conscious and not feeling prepared for…

PT School midterm season (which basically lasts the entire semester) School Must Haves, College Organization, Pta, Physics, Have Fun, Presentation, Exercise, Seasons, Ejercicio

Midterms in Physical Therapy School | My Road to PT

The middle of a PT school semester can be pretty crazy, with exams, presentations, teaching assistant duties, and more. It can be difficult to have fun with my classmates, but we mange to find some…

PT school clinical: "I helped my CI with an evaluation today and it didn’t go as well as I had planned. Physical Therapist, How To Gain Confidence, Way Of Life, Clinic, Physics, Wellness, Student, Posts

PT School Clinical: My First Evaluation as a Student Physical Therapist | My Road to PT

I didn't have a great first evaluation, but was able to learn from a few mistakes. I also reflect on gaining confidence as a PT student. This is a 5-part series about my part-time outpatient ortho…

PT School Clinical: "I learned more about muscle energy techniques, autonomic dysreflexia, hip joint traction and posterior hip mobilizations. Autonomic Dysreflexia, Spinal Cord Injury, Clinic, Muscle, Posts, Day, Blog, Messages

PT School Clinical: Spinal Cord Injuries and Mobilizations | My Road to PT

Learn about muscle energy techniques, traction, and evaluating someone with a spinal cord injury. This post is part of a 5-part series about my part-time outpatient ortho clinical during my 2nd year…

PT school halfway projects on dry needling, specializations, paralympics, and more! Dry Needling, First Year Student, School Hallways, Art Education, Physics, Art Projects, Posts, Fun, Lol

Educational Art Projects in PT School | My Road to PT

Physical therapy school can be really fun! Every year at UMES, the first year students choose a topic relating to physical therapy and create an art project to help educate others.