Biomechanics / musculoskeletal anatomy

The term Biomechanics is generally elucidated as the action of the external and internal forces on the individual body, majorly on the skeletal system. The musculoskeletal system of the organism is responsible for it’s movement, support and maintain a stable posture during locomotion. Generally, the muscular system and the skeletal system combine together to form the musculoskeletal system. They provide

•     Form

•     Support

•     Balance

•     Movement

The skeletal system helps the body to store and regulate the mineral and nutrient balance in the blood stream. It comprises of the longer bones and the bone marrows. The muscular system consists of the shorter bones that are present in the joints and comprises of tendons, joints, ligaments and bursae.

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