Anatomy of Movement by Blandine Calais-Germain

By Blandine Calais-Germain

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In contrast to the lumbar region, the thickness of the discs is only about one-sixth that of the bodies; this tends to limit range of motion. The bodies of the thoracic vertebrae are cylindrical, and almost found There are posterior in cross section. facets on the bodies for articulation with the heads of ribs. T1 has a facet near the top, and an inferior facet. T2 through T9 each have superior and inferior facets. In this T10 through T12 region, the facets each have one facet. of the articular processes are round and flat.

This condition, combined with lack of "padding" by muscles and adipose tissue, can result in difficulty doing floor exercises, particularly rolling on a hard surface. There are obvious differences in pelvic shape between males and females. Essentially, the male pelvis is narrower and the female pelvis is wider, with larger pelvic inlet and outlet. These differences are all related to the ability of women to carry and deliver a child. THE TWO GIRDLES The pelvis is sometimes also called the pelvic girdle.

The top opening of the lesser pelvis is called the pelvic inlet. The hip bones of the pelvis The hip bones are flat and consist of a superior and inferior part, which are twisted against each other (a little bit like a propeller). In the adult, each hip consists of three bones that are fused together: the ilium, ischium, and pubis. These bones fuse at a cartilage in the shape of a Y, located in the center of the socket. The hip has two surfaces (medial and lateral) and four edges (superior, inferior, anterior, and posterior).

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