Learn the Bones
For Massage Therapy Students
& Health Care Students
A Video Series

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Thank you for joining us at Get Massage Smart.  A House cannot provide a home for an individual without a solid foundation and framework.  To understand how the human body functions in motion we must understand how the bones of our skeleton come together forming joints.  As well as how muscles crossing those joints contract, allowing us to interact with our environment.  The following videos are from various educational video publishers and Kenhub.com.  Our presentation here is intended to help Massage Therapy and Health Care Students learn the bones.

It will take some time and repetition to learn the bones of the skeleton and the bony landmarks on each bone.  Each individual will learn at their own pace with practice.  To facilitate learning we have compiled a selection of educational videos from various educators. It is our hope, that with this selection, you will find a video that works well for your learning style.  Give them a try and listen to the ones that suit you multiple times.  Get Massage Smart offers the following videos for their educational value and does not validate their accuracy. 

The best way to learn the names and actions of the skeletal muscles is to know your bones and bony landmarks.  We have included "Knowledge Check Points" with quizzes from various sources and "Learning Resources" with labeling exercises from Pearson Higher Education, McGraw-Hill Online, or Wiley and Son Online.  If you have text books or learning tools use them while you watch the various videos, then when you feel like checking your learning progress use the testing tools provided at each of the "Knowledge Check Points" and "Learning Resources".  Testing will reinforce learning and improve long term retention. 

The Skeletal System
with Alenton Film PH YouTube Chanel
An Introduction to Structure & Function

Learning Resources

Skeletal Divisions Anterior View Labeling Exercise with Wiley & Son

Skeletal Divisions Posterior View Labeling Exercise with Wiley & Son

The Skeleton Types of Bones
with the Ken Hub YouTube Chanel

Learning Resources: Labeling Exercises

Long Bone Labeling Exercise  of the humerus with Pearson Higher Education

Long Bone Labeling Exercise  of the femur with McGraw-Hill Online

Learning Resources

Glossary of Bony Landmark Terms and Anatomical Terms from California State University

Lab including Glossary of Bony Landmarks & Anatomical Terms (PDF) with McGraw-Hill:

The above printable PDF file from Robert Broyles Jr.; Anatomy & Physiology Revealed (McGraw-Hill Publisher) Chapter 3 Skeletal System.  The lab provides a detailed study that includes dissection plates of some muscles, tendons, ligaments, and histology of bone tissue.  The Work Book is designed to Accompany the use of Anatomy Revealed.  

Bony Landmarks
with Ken Hub YouTube Channel

Bony Landmarks
with Sports Science Solutions YouTube Channel

Knowledge Check Point

Bony Landmarks University of Minnesota

Bony Landmarks 2 University of Minnesota

Bony Landmarks Quiz  Massagenerd.com

Bony Landmark Matching Quiz Cram.com

Bony Landmark Matching Quiz Quia.com

The Bones of the Axial Skeleton
with the New Anatomy & Physiology Video YouTube Chanel
and Educator.com

The Bones of the Axial Skeleton
with alittlebiology YouTube Channel

The Cranial Bones of the Skull
with Mr. Ford's Class YouTube Channel

The Facial Bones of the Skull
with Mr. Ford's Class YouTube Channel

Learning Resources: Labeling Exercises

To facilitate learning you can click the "show labeled figure button" in the upper right hand corner to study the names of the bone and bony features.  Once you have completed your study you can click the reset button in the upper right hand corner and test your retention on the Pearson View labeling exercises.  The McGraw-Hill labeling exercise are in quiz view only giving you the correct answers upon completion.

Human Skull Lateral View with Pearson view Higher Education

Human Skull Anterior View with Pearson view Higher Education

Human Skull Inferior View with Pearson view Higher Education

Human Skull Top of Skull Removed with Pearson view Higher Education

Human Skull Midsagittal Section with McGraw-Hill Online

Learning Resources

Atlas Images Axial Skeleton Modesto Junior College

The Cervical Vertebra
with Ken Hub YouTube Channel

Learning Resources

 Labeling Exercise  with Wiley & Son Online

Typical Vertebra Labeling Exercise with Pearson Higher Education

Knowledge Check Point

Cervical Vertebra Quiz with Ken Hub

The Thoracic Vertebra
with Ken Hub YouTube Channel

The Sternum and Ribs
with Anatomyzone.com

Bones of the Thoracic Wall
with Anatomyzone.com

Learning Resources

Skelton of the Thorax Labeling Exercise with Wiley Online

Thorax and Skeleton Labeling Exercise University of Minnesota

The Lumbar Spine
with Ken Hub YouTube Channel

Knowledge Check Point

Thoracic and Lumbar Spine Quiz with Ken Hub

The Sacrum and Coccyx
with Ken Hub YouTube Channel

Learning Resources

Sacrum and Coccyx Labeling Exercise with Wiley & Son Anatomy Drill and Practice

Ribs Labeling Exercise with Wiley & Son Anatomy Drill and Practice

Knowledge Check Point

Axial Skeleton and Bony Markings Quiz Game quia.com

Axial Skeleton Multiple Choice Quiz Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology 8th ED

Axial Skeleton Quiz Braingle.com

Axial Skeleton Quiz Santa Monica College (Detailed Labeling Test)

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