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206. There are bones in our body. 4 Functions of the Skeletal System are:. 1- To provide support & framework for our body. 2 - To protect our organs. 3 - To help produce movement. 4. To produce RBC’s. What is a Joint?. The point at which two bones meet. Femur. Knee Joint.

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There are bones

in our body

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4 Functions of the

Skeletal System are:

1- To provide support &

framework for our body.

2 - To protect our organs.

3 - To help produce movement.

4. To produce RBC’s

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What is a Joint?

The point at which two

bones meet.

Femur

Knee Joint

Tibia & Fibula

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Joints

Fixed Joint - A joint that does not

move.

Can be found in your skull & pelvis

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Ball & Socket Joint:

A joint that allows movement

in a full circle.

They are in your hip & shoulder

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Hinge Joint:

A joint that allows bones to move

back and forth.

They are found in your elbows and knees

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Bone Injuries & Diseases

Sprain-

an injury to the ligaments around a joint

caused by over stretching.

Fractures -

A break or crack in a bone.

The movement of a bone from the joint.

Dislocations -

Osteoporosis -

A bone disease in which bone

becomes thin.

Scoliosis -

A deformity of the spine in which the spine develops an S-shaped curve.

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Ways to care for your

1. Exercise regularly.

2. Wear properly-fitting shoes.

3. Select food & beverages rich in calcium, & vitamin D(milk, egg yolks, leafy greens).

4. Sit, stand & walk with correct posture.

5. Participate in screening for scoliosis.

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