Department of Physical Therapy

Anatomy Lab

The focus of this lab is an in-depth study and analysis of the regional and systemic organization of the body. Emphasis is placed upon the structure and function of human movement. A comprehensive study of human anatomy with emphasis on the nervous, musculoskeletal, and circulatory systems is incorporated. Introduction to general anatomy lays the foundation of the course. Identification of structures is supplemented with the study of charts, models, prosecuted materials, and radiographs are utilized to identify anatomical landmarks of the human body.

We have an immense collection of anatomical models of bones demonstrating detailed structures, models of ligaments and tendons, models of muscles representing origin and insertion, models of joint, heart, liver, kidney, eye, intestines, gallbladder, and complete skeleton demonstrating 206 bones in the body which helps students in learning.