Soccer Players TItle Text: Concepts of Athletic Training, Fourth Edition Authors: Ronald P. Pfeiffer and Brent C. Mangus
TItle Text: Concepts of Athletic Training, Fourth Edition
Student Resources

These interactive labeling exercises will help you learn the parts of the human anatomy.

Chapter Title
9 Injuries to the Head, Neck, and Face
  The bones of the human cranium
  The Human Scalp (a cross section)
  Anatomy of the eye
  The temporamandibular joint
10 Injuries to the Thoracic Through Coccygeal Spine
  Human vertebral column (lateral view)
  The lumbar vertebrae (sagittal view)
  The Pelvis (posterior view)
11 Injuries to the Shoulder Region
  Ligaments of the acromioclavicular and glenohumeral joints
  Muscles of the posterior trunk region
  Muscles of the pectoral region
  The rotator cuff (anterior view)
  The muscles of the rotator cuff (posterior view)
  The coracoacromial arch and glenohumeral joint
  The glenohumeral joint (anterior view)
12 Injuries to the Arm, Wrist, and Hand
  The elbow joint (medial view)
  The elbow joint (lateral view)
  Extensor muscles of the forearm
  Flexor muscles of the forearm (superficial layers)
  Flexor muscles of the forearm (intermediate layers)
  Flexor muscles of the forearm (deep layer)
  Epicondyles of the elbow joint
  Cross secton of the forearm at the wrist
  Bones of the hand and wrist
13 Injuries to the Thorax and Abdomen
  The four quadrants of the abdomen and the organs they house
14 Injuries to the Hip and Pelvis
  The nerves of the lower extremities
15 Injuries to the Thigh, Leg, and Knee
  Major ligaments of the knee joints
  Commonly irritated bursae of the knee
16 Injuries to the Lower Leg, Ankle, and Foot
  Major bones and joints of the foot (lateral view)
  Major bones and joints of the foot (medial view)
  Major ligament of the ankle joint (lateral view)
17 Skin Conditions in Sports
  A cross section of human skin