Polestar Anatomy And Physiology Crouse
Polestar Anatomy is one of our most requested courses by our graduates and students. This 8-hour course is specifically designed as an introduction to muscle skeleton anatomy for movers and movement teachers and will prepare you for any of the Polestar certification courses.
Eryn Apanovitch, Assistant Professor at the University of Miami, will go through the bones, joints, muscular contributions to movement, and vascular structures of each section of the body. Unlike other anatomy courses, Shelly Power and Brent Anderson’s discussion on the practical application of these movement concepts makes this a very user friendly and movement oriented anatomy course. Relating anatomical concepts to familiar movements sharpens your intuition while expanding your intellect.
This is an 8-hour online course with 7 modules. Each module will be available after the completion of the previous one. Quizzes, resources, and discussions qualify your learning as you go through the course.
- Module 1: General Concepts
- Module 2: The Spine
- Module 3: The Thorax
- Module 4: The Abdomen
- Module 5: The Upper Limb
- Module 6: The Pelvis and Perineum
- Module 7: The Lower Limb
Text: It is recommended that you purchase the text – Trail Guide to the Body (Andrew Biel) – Revised 5th edition or higher.