*Closed - requires departmental selection This module introduces the student to basic anatomical concepts regarding body areas, levels, axes of motion and anatomical terminology. Development anatomy forms the first part of the module. From there the student continues to the study of osteology, anthropometry, musculo-skeletal system, bone function and classification, nerve innervation, anatomy of the brain, the cardio-respiratory system and the endocrine system. An important aspect of the module is movement anatomy and its application.
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