On most anatomy and physiology courses you will need to familiarise yourself with common terms and it is possible that you could be tested on them in your Level 3 ITEC Anatomy and Physiology Certificate. Most body workers will need a good working knowledge of anatomy and physiology to ensure they work safely with their clients. Here is the fourth of 5 glossary lists to help you revise your anatomy and physiology whilst on your course.
Check that the anatomy and physiology course you are on covers all the terms below. You need to be able to work with the public with confidence about the amazing human body.
Pain Gate Theory
Rupture (muscle, tendon, ligament r.)
Supination (of forearm)
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