Sunday, October 11, 2015

Evidence based, peer reviewed links for "Raindrop" research sheet

There are a lot of sites on the internet that will tell you the "benefits" of essential oils. Most of them don't provide citations and most are repeating the same information without citation, they aren't coming from evidence based, peer reviewed, scientific sources.

I had a hard time finding some, but they are out there. Here are some links I found helpful while doing this paper. You can cut and paste them into your browser and check them out!


http://blog.naturalhealthyconcepts.com/2014/12/04/essential-oils-fda/

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0032645/

http://www.drugs.com/npp/wintergreen.html (this site has most of the required oils)

http://www.sciencedaily.com/search/?keyword=essential+oils#gsc.tab=0&gsc.q=essential%20oils&gsc.page=1

http://roberttisserand.com/publications/article-archive/

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

[HLI] Week 4 - M/T CMT

Monday, 5/5

Video on body systems - Sean Riehl

Here's a different video to review:


Homework - due Monday
pg. 100, 103 - MM workbook
pg. 160

Swedish Massage:
review: arm
new: chest sequence

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Tuesday, 5/6

Anatomy lecture (am)

Skeleton:

  • axial - 80 bones
  • appendicular - 134


Terms you should know - what it is, define it, what it does:
  • periosteum
  • compact/cortical
  • spongy/cancellous
  • trabecular
  • osteon
  • osteoblast
  • osteoclast
  • marrow
  • medullary canal
  • hematopoiesis
  • epiphysis
  • metaphysis
  • diaphysis
  • axial skeleton
  • appendicular skeleton
Bone function:


  • enable mobility
  • support and protect various organs of the body
  • produce red and white blood cells (long bones only, in marrow)
  • store minerals

Bone types:
  • Long
  • Short
  • Flat
  • Irregular
  • Sesamoid
Fracture types (know the differences):
  • fracture
  • stress fracture
  • pathologic
  • closed
  • open
  • comminuted
  • avulsion
  • greenstick
  • compression
  • occult
Also look up properties of bone on pg. 12 (MM)





Skull:



  • cranial bones - 8 total
    • frontal (1)
    • parietal (2) 
    • temporal (2)
    • occipital (1)
    • ethmoid (1)
    • sphenoid (1)
Pt. 1 Cranial bones 

  • facial bones - 14 total
    • mandible (1)
    • maxilla (2)
    • vomer (1)
    • palatine (2)
    • nasal (2)
    • zygomatic (2)
    • nasal conchae (2)
    • lacrimal (2)
                                                                  pt. 1 Facial bones


Pt. 2 facial bones


  • sutures
    • coronal - unites frontal bone with parietal bones
    • sagittal - unites parietal bones (center/top of head)
    • squamous - unites squamous portion of temporal bones to parietal bones
    • lambdoid - unites parietal bones with occipital bone



texts:

  • Muscle Manual (Visniak): 
    • pg. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 34, 35, 36
  • Illustrated Musculoskeletal Anatomy (Seig):
    •  pg 2 grey book 2nd ed
    •  pg. 136 green book 5th ed.

Review: 

  • scapula/ribs
  • clavicle 
  • humerus
  • shoulder girdle



Joint types - we didn't really get into this too much, class broke for lunch, but it was on page 14 which we flipped to, so maybe just preview it for future lecture. 
Fibrous:
  • suture
  • cartilaginous
  • gomphosis
  • syndesmosis
  • symphysis/fibrocartilagenous

Synovial:
  • gliding
  • hinge
  • pivot
  • condyloid
  • saddle
  • ball and socket


PM lecture - was supposed to be Chemistry of Man but we got onto frequency and how it affects health. So we'll be doing Chemistry of Man sometime soon.