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different types of muscle

skeletal, cardiac, smooth

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skeletal muscle

aka: striated and voluntary - attach to skeleton - striated b/c mm fibers striped - tires easily - contract w/ great force &rapidly

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Anatomy of skeletal MM

*know this diagram*

actin + myosin = myofilament

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endomysium

- btw muscle fibers

- encloses each mm fiber (wraps around each)

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perimysium + fascicle

wraps, bundles and covers several sheated fibers together

- this forms the fascicle

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epimysium

a bunch of fascicles wrapped together

- this covers the entire length of the mm

- tapers into a tendon which attaches to bone

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smooth mm

NO striations

Involuntary

Visceral

found in "hollow tubes" of visceral organs (stomach, bladder, respiratory passages)

Propels food and substances through

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2 layers of smooth mm

circular layer 

longitudinal layer

- allows mm to alternately contract and relax so they can move food through

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cardiac mm

found only in heart

Striated 

Involuntary

intercelated discs

mm contracts >> becomes smaller thus forcing blood into the arteries leaving the heart

Usually contracts @ steady rate

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4 Skeletal MM functions

1. Produce movement

2. Maintains posture

3. Stabilizes joints

4. Generates heat (by product of ATP, 3/4 of energy escapes as hear)

- skeletal mm is 40% body's mass

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muscle for stabilization study

- muscle stabilization is key for spinal and joint health

- trunk mm imbalance and risk factor of low back pain

- low score had 340% increase risk for lower back pain

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chronic low back pain

causes deficits in trunk mm strength

- normal extensor mm to flecor mm ratio is 1.2-1.5, but there is a deficit in lumbar extensors for clbp

- multifidi are used mostly hen the spine is extension

- fatty infiltration of lumbar extensors seen on MRI

- more severe BP - more atrophy and fat in mm

- adjustments and rehabilitation helps improvement

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lumbar spine and sacrum study

intertrasversarri and interspinales mm act as large propreoception transducers (balance center)

- they send feeback to brain via mm spindles

- Failure to recruit these mm > LBP, weak mm, poor stabilizers, inadequate protection, microtrauma

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if spine is moved out of place...

if spine goes out of place, nerve goes, and then muscle cant respond properly

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lumbar dorsal ramus syndrome

when a nerve shuts down, muscle cant respond. 

caused by subluxation (abnormal motion) and misalignment 

use stregnth, neurological traning, adjustements to help, prevent, and manage

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Myasthenia gravis

chronic autoimmune disorder - failure in transmission of nerve impulses to muscles - persistent muscular weakness and easily fatigued

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parkinson's disease

neurodegenerative disease

cell death in brain and presence of Lewy bodies in neurons

stiff and acing muscles bc they cant normal relax