See the LAB page for interactive anatomy and brain sites.
I had an amazing experience taking the July 14-18, 2011 Functional Anatomy for Movement and Injuries (FAMI) course at Mt Sinai Medical Center in NYC. The course consisted of lectures and gross anatomy labs, plus sessions with a radiologist and physical therapist.
introduction in pictures: 1 and 2
FAMI: Day 1 – The Back
FAMI: more about the back
FAMI workshop – the BACK (on my yogajournal blog)
FAMI: You have some nerve!
Dem Bones (on my yogajournal blog)
FAMI: Day 2 – Upper Extremity
FAMI: It’s in the joints
FAMI workshop – the SHOULDER (on my yogajournal blog)
FAMI: Day 3 – Lower Extremity
FAMI workshop – the KNEE and the HIP (on my yogajournal blog)
FAMI: Day 4 – Wrapping things up
MARION DIAMOND’S Anatomy Lectures
I have become a huge fan of the youtube Human Anatomy lectures by Professor Marian Diamond of UC Berkeley. I purchased a 99% like-new copy (for just over $40 on amazon) of the Human Anatomy & Physiology text, sixth edition, and have been reading the chapters in concert with viewing the videos. Here are my posts about Human Anatomy, which seemed the perfect “next step” in my exploration of the brain. By the way, I am enthralled by Dr. Diamond!
Jaunary 6, 2011 – Turns out there is another series of 36 General Human Anatomy lectures by Marian Diamond, as published on Academic Earth. From a cursory glance it appears that the content is more or less the same but the sequence is slightly different.
206 bones comprise our Axial & Appendicular skeletons
April 21 – Human Anatomy & the grad school thing
May 1 – Meet Louie (Lecture 1)
May 4 – Functional Human Anatomy (Lecture 2)
May 10 – Our Axial Skeleton (Lectures 3 & 4)
May 13 – Preamble to Our Appendicular Skeleton
May 15 – Our Appendicular Skeleton (first the Girdles) (Lecture 5)
May 22 – Our Appendicular Skeleton (Carsals, Tarsals & Connections) (Lecture 6)
May 24 – Connected Threads & Joints (Lecture 7)
May 29 – 639 MUSCLES, Oh my! (Lecture 8) (This should read “Lecture 8″ but a smiley face seems to be appearing. Hmm…)
June 4 – (Less than) six degrees of separation (Lectures 9 & 10)
June 15 – 3 Types of Muscles (Lecture 11)
Hematology – the study of Blood
June 30 – Mud Mud…Soothes the Blood (Lectures 12 & 13)
Cardiology – the study of the Heart
July 3 – “My Heart Going Boom Boom Boom” (Lectures 14 & 15)
Angiology – the study of Blood Vessels
August 8 – And so it (thankfully!) flows – our Blood Vascular System (Lectures 16 & 17)
February 23 – Sprightly Knees
April 18 – Yoga & Anatomy
April 27 – Warm up those joints! (at yogajournal.posterous.com)
April 28 – 6 Movements of the Spine (at yogajournal.posterous.com)