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sistema neuro músculo esquelético

English translation: neuromuscular-skeletal system

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Spanish term or phrase:sistema neuro músculo esquelético
English translation:neuromuscular-skeletal system
Entered by: María Eugenia Wachtendorff
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21:22 Nov 6, 2007
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Medical - Medical (general) / PHYSIOTHERAPY
Spanish term or phrase: sistema neuro músculo esquelético
Curso teórico práctico destinado a la enseñanza de técnicas kinésicas de tratamiento básico, para ser utilizadas en pacientes con alteraciones del aparato locomotor. Sistema Neuro Músculo Esquelético.

Thanks in advance!
María Eugenia Wachtendorff
Chile
Local time: 02:22
neuromuscular-skeletal system
Explanation:
This is a common term in use in various physical therapy fields. I encountered it in relation to yoga, but seems to be common in kinesthesiology and sports medicine as well. It refers to the nerves, muscles and bones working in concert, and can include the organs/glands as well. A fancy way of saying the entire human organism.
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Michael Kincaid
United States
Local time: 01:22
Grading comment
Thank you so much, Michael!
I must have made some kind of mistake when I researched this.
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neuromuscular-skeletal system


Explanation:
This is a common term in use in various physical therapy fields. I encountered it in relation to yoga, but seems to be common in kinesthesiology and sports medicine as well. It refers to the nerves, muscles and bones working in concert, and can include the organs/glands as well. A fancy way of saying the entire human organism.

Michael Kincaid
United States
Local time: 01:22
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PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Thank you so much, Michael!
I must have made some kind of mistake when I researched this.

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