The humerus  is a long bone in the arm or forelimb that runs from the shoulder to the elbow. Anatomically, in modern humans, it connects the scapula and the lower arm (consisting of the radius and ulna), and consists of three sections. The upper extremity consists of a rounded head, a narrow neck, and two short processes (tubercles, sometimes called tuberosities.) Its body is cylindrical in its upper portion, and more prismatic below. The lower extremity consists…

The humerus is a long bone in the arm or forelimb that runs from the shoulder to the elbow. Anatomically, in modern humans, it connects the scapula and the lower arm (consisting of t…

Your brachialis is hidden beneath the biceps. Your brachialis is the only true elbow flexor because it attaches to your ulna, the forearm bone that...

How to Stretch Your Brachialis

Your brachialis is hidden beneath the biceps. Your brachialis is the only true elbow flexor because it attaches to your ulna, the forearm bone that.

Dum spiro spero means "While I breathe, I hope" in Latin. This would make a perfect tattoo for the inner forearm or wrist

Dum spiro spero means "While I breathe, I hope" in Latin. Inside wrist, along rib, under collar bone or on foot

Walkin' Wrist Wrap  The Walkin' Wrist Wrap, fitted securely, stabilizes your dog's forearm bones and lends support to the muscles and tendons of the wrist and leg.  Your dog's front legs are much like your own arms. Directly above each paw is the wrist joint. The dog wrist wrap, fitted securely, stabilizes your dog's forearm bones and lends support to the muscles and tendons of the wrist and leg.

Walkin' Wrist Wrap (Front Only)

The Walkin' Wrist Wrap, fitted securely, stabilizes your dog's forearm bones and lends support to the muscles and tendons of the wrist and leg. Helps to support

Carpal bones in the human hand. This visually shows the forearm bones (ulna and radius) connecting to the carpal bones at the base of the hand (wrist.) The finger bones extend from the carpals. The name for the finger bones is "meta carpals" for the lower bones and "phalanges" for the finger tips. #joints

Capitate bone -right hand- Largest of the carpal bones in the human hand, and occupies the center of the wrist.

(Left) The radius and the ulna, bones of the forearm; (right) the fibula and the tibia, bones of the lower leg.

Fibula

(Left) The radius and the ulna, bones of the forearm; (right) the fibula and the tibia, bones of the lower leg.

The wrist is the location at which the two forearm bones — the ulna and radius — make contact with the various carpal bones of the hand. A break or fracture is caused by a large fall or excessive force against the bone. It is most common in the wrist end of the radius and occurs less often in the ulna and the scaphoid of the carpal...

Physical Therapy for a Broken Wrist After Healing

The wrist is the location at which the two forearm bones — the ulna and radius — make contact with the various carpal bones of the hand.

Did you know? Whales’ flippers, or pectoral fins, share bone structure with the human arm and hand.   In fact, the bones of cetacean flippers are the same kinds of bones as in the human arm, with an upper arm bone, two forearm bones, and hand, wrist, and finger bones. In whales, fingers are elongated and may have additional bones.  Read more on whales’ amazing adaptations here.

Whales’ flippers, or pectoral fins, share bone structure with the human arm and hand. In fact, the bones of cetacean flippers are the same.

Intrinsic Supervised Physiotherapy Stretches For Ulnar Deviation or Ulnar Drift

Ulnar Deviation or Ulnar Drift: Treatment, Causes, Symptoms, Prevention

In Ulnar Deviation or Ulnar Drift there is gradual shifting of the wrist and fingers in ulnar direction, the forearm bone on the side of little finger. Know its causes, treatment, exercises and prevention.

ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITY: Use TW 5 to strengthen your social relationships & your ability to cope with the outer world. TW5 is located 3 finger widths from your wrist crease on the outside hairy side of your forearm. Press firmly in-between your forearm bones. This is a therapeutic point for you if you're overly sensitive to allergic reactions, smells or get overwhelmed easily.

ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITY: Use TW 5 to strengthen your social relationships & your ability to cope with the outer world. TW5 is located 3 finger widths from your wrist crease on the outside hairy side of your forearm. Press firmly in-between your forearm bones. This is a therapeutic point for you if you're overly sensitive to allergic reactions, smells or get overwhelmed easily.

Ligaments that connect bones to bones, in the wrist and from forearm bones to wrist bones. This is the palm side view of the left hand.

Ligaments that connect bones to bones, in the wrist and from forearm bones to wrist bones. This is the palm side view of the left hand.

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