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Human Body Movements

Presentations | English

"Movement is the change in the position of a body part with respect to the whole body. It is one of the significant features of all living beings. The blinking of the eyes, breathing, eating are all examples of movement. So we can say that every second some or the other part of our body exhibits some or other kind of movements. The human body movements get polished as we grow in age. The movement starts from crawling and with the increase in age the person starts walking leading to the movement of the whole organism. These movements are possible because of joints. Joints are points in our body where two or more parts of our skeleton are connected together. Different joints help our body carry out different activities and movements. Types of movements are: • Flexion • Lateral Flexion • Dorsiflexion • Plantarflexion • Extension • Hyperextension • Abduction • Adduction • Transverse Abduction • Transverse Adduction • Rotation Lateral Rotation • Medial Rotation • Supination • Pronation Protraction • Retraction • Elevation • Depression • Reversion • Eversion • Opposition"

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Human Body Movements

Presentations | English