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About TommyBoiZee

Our Deepest Fear is that We Are Powerful Beyond Measure Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented and fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small doesn't serve the world. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It's not just in some of us; it's in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others. Marianne Williamson I am a boy seeking words of wisdom from those around me, seeking courage to defy me, seeking inspirations to enlighten me, seeking truth to set me free.... most importantly, I wanna be happy..

Isotonic and Isometric contractions of the muscle

  I have been drawing muscles as contracting by shortening for you.   That’s a bit of an oversimplification.  What is certainly true is that whenever a muscle contracts, it does so by shortening of sarcomeres (or at least by … Continue reading

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Joints Range of Motion Lecture 3

  Range of motion of the joints: T.M.J: Temporal Mandibular Joint: Depression Elevation Protraction Retraction Left Deviation Right Deviation Cervical Spine: (head/neck) 6 motions: only the neck and head. Flexion Extension Left Side Bend Right Side Bend Left Rotation Right … Continue reading

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Anatomy: Lecture 2: Anatomical Orientations/Directions/ Locations

  Body Planes (Anatomical Directons)     1: Saggital Plane: Separates the body into the Right Side and Left Side. *Numerous planes available.     Mid Saggital: Equal/Balanced of the left and right side from the middle     2: … Continue reading

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Introduction to Anatomy: Summary

  Lecture 1: Anatomy/ Physiology/Pathology Levels of Life: Organic/ Inorganic —–> Composition of an Atom: Contains a Nucleus (neutral), Protons (neutral) and Electrons (negative) —-> Molecules Oxygen: The most mass contained within the body (65%) Gross Anatomy: Studying anatomy with … Continue reading

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Latin Names and Translation for easy understanding of muscles in the body

Latin names of muscles: Opponens: Opposite Minimi= Small/ Least Digiti==pointing things. i.e. Fingers/Toes Palmaris= Palm/flat of the hand Pronator= turns downwards Supinator= Turns upwards, i.e cupping Quadratus= square muscles Teres= Round Biceps= Two headed muscles Triceps= Three headed muscles Quadriceps= … Continue reading

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Massage Therapy Notes: Muscles of the face

Muscles of the face are innervated by the Cranial Nerve #7 or in Roman numeral IV. * Cranial Nerves, also known as Facial nerves contains 12 pairs. 1: Corrugator Supercilli Latin: Wrinkler above eyelashes Refers to the vertical wrinkle forehead … Continue reading

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Massage Therapy Notes: Muscle of the Skulls

Muscle of the Skull A.K.A: Epicranius: contains 2 bellies. 1: Frontal Belly called Frontalis of the Occipitofrontalis. Function: Horizontal wrinkle of the forehead. Nerve: Facial Nerve IV 7 2: Occipital Belly: Called Occipitalis  of the Occipitofrontalis. Function: provides cushion, not … Continue reading

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