Anatomy & physiology blog

Anatomy & physiology blog for people looking to study or revise A&P

Making A Success Of Complementary Therapies with Anatomy and Physiology

We are celebrating Complementary Therapy week by recognising the importance of gaining a good anatomy, physiology and pathology qualification to become a successful and safe therapist

19th March 2021

Olfaction a very real Superpower

The sense of smell and our olfactory system is not included in our ITEC Certificate in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology but it is an interesting subject, covered in this blog.

12th March 2021

Bone Trivia For your Anatomy and Physiology Course

Do you know how many bones there are in the human body and what are the different types? some people have more bones than others!

5th March 2021

The Skin The Great Protector

The skin is actually an organ and has a vital role in protecting us from disease. However there are even more functions, find out how important our skin is.

26th February 2021

Boost Your Anatomy and Physiology Study Success

How to stay focused to ensure study success on your anatomy and physiology course, your tutor shares some hints and tips to make learning easier.

19th February 2021

When Being Antagonistic Is A Good Thing!

Learn how muscles work in pairs to balance each other. Otherwise known as the agonist and antagonist.

12th February 2021

Keeping Your Mind Alert For Your Anatomy And Physiology Course

Tips on staying refreshed and alert whilst studying your anatomy and physiology course. our tutor Paula shares some secrets to help ensure exam success for your ITEC certificate in anatomy, physiology and pathology.

8th February 2021

Studying Anatomy and Physiology? Learn Latin!

This blog explains the root of words that come from Latin and how understanding their root will help you remember the terms needed to study anatomy and physiology.

5th February 2021

Study Latin To Help Your Anatomy and Physiology Course

Part one of a two part blog that explains how many anatomical terms are derived from Latin especially the names of muscles. This blog explains the origins of these words to help you study and remember your anatomy and physiology for your exam.

29th January 2021

What Our Anatomy and Physiology Students Say

We are proud of our anatomy and physiology course and this blog shares some recent comments from our students, how they have enjoyed the course and benefited from our teacher and physiotherapists Jane's clear teaching.

28th January 2021

Osteoporosis - a casualty of lockdown

Looking at the skeletal system disease osteoporosis, common in post menopausal women but something we should all be aware of as we move a lot less in lockdown.

22nd January 2021

Stress Pathologies - Plant Power to the Rescue

We all suffer from stress and here we can show you how essential oils from plants may calm your sympathetic nervous system.

15th January 2021

 

 

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