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Structure of a synovial joint and effects of exercise on skeletal system

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    Structure of a synovial joint and effects of exercise on skeletal system Structure of a synovial joint and effects of exercise on skeletal system Presentation Transcript

    • Lloyd Dean Skeletal System
    • Objectives
      • By the end of the lesson you should be able to:
      • List the structures of a synovial joint
      • Label a diagram of a synovial joint correctly
      • State the long term benefits of exercise on bone and synovial joints
      • Supply short term benefits of exercise on bone and synovial joints
    • Structures of a Synovial Joint
      • Ligaments
      • Articular Cartilage
      • Joint Cavity
      • Synovial Membrane
      • Synovial Fluid
    • Structures of a Synovial Joint
      • Ligaments – Joint bone to bone
      • Articular Cartilage – Covers the ends of bone
      • Joint Cavity – “Hole” filled with synovial fluid
      • Synovial Membrane – Found inside the joint capsule and creates synovial fluid
      • Synovial Fluid – Nourishes joint, removes waste debris and lies in joint cavity
      • How can exercises improve the function of a synovial joint?
      • How would your answer impact your warm up, for example?
    •  
    • Short Term Effects Long Term Effects Bones
      • Can become sore, stressed and damaged after heavy weight bearing exercise
      • Bone Density increased – Reduced chance of osteoporosis
      • Arthritis likelihood reduced
      • More strong
      Synovial Joints
      • Synovial fluid becomes less solidified
      • Can become sore, stressed and damaged after heavy weight bearing exercise
      • Cartilage and surrounding tissues become stronger
      • Synovial fluid becomes more lubricated
      • Increased flexibility
      • Become more stabilised