May 15, 2011, 5:55 AM
Registered: Aug 3, 2007
Cheers! I feel like I'm back in college learning about how all the stuff I learned in HS is actually way more nuanced than originally learned! Everyday is pretty much- "you learned x but in reality it's a, b, and c"
Yeah...anatomy is pretty logical. The presence of a longus implies the presence of a brevis, the presence of a profundus implies the presence of a superficialis, etc.
Back in school, when we took gross anatomy, some of the TAs were senior PT students, some OTs, some exercise science, and some med students. THe med students had actiually taken a different course from all the others, one specifically designed for med school. The med students seemed surprised that anatomy for PTs was actually more in-depth for musculoskeletal systems than anatomy for med students.
Of course, the meds got more visceral, and somewhat more vascular than the PTs. Similar amounts of neuro, though.
PS...back to the OP, sounds like a pulley injury, AROM, and time.
(This post was edited by onceahardman on May 15, 2011, 6:07 AM)