Anatomy Lab Series: The Human Body in Health and Disease – Upper Extremity
Dominic Anaya, DO, LMT
NCNM Academic Building, Room 308
Tpril 12, 9:00 a.m. -12:15 p.m. (includes one 15-min break)
3.0 general CEUs approved
The upper extremity is a common source of pain and disability, with frozen shoulder, epicondylitis and carpal tunnel syndrome affecting millions of Americans. Join Dr. Dominic Anaya in the cadaver laboratory of the National College of Naturopathic Medicine as he demonstrates the musculature of the upper extremity.
Engage in this interactive and interdisciplinary exploration of the human arm. Specific dissections will include the axilla and brachial plexus, the paths of the radial, median and ulnar nerves, as well as the carpal tunnel and palmar musculature. Gain a unique insight into disorders of the upper extremity by directly viewing the anatomy of a prosected human arm.
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