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Injuries

A solid understanding of physical injuries is important to many types of medical professionals, from nurses to EMTs to physicians. One of the easiest ways to train up and coming professionals is through the use of anatomical charts. Charts are also a great way to educate patients who are experiencing one of these types of injuries, including whiplash, hand and wrist injuries, and a variety of sports injuries. Visual learners will find these colorful and detailed medical illustrations especially useful.

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Learn About Physical Injuries with Anatomical Charts

Whether soft tissue or bone, physical injuries can be extremely frustrating or debilitating. Overusing a particular muscle group, being physically struck, even something as simple as tripping can cause physical injuries that can really put an individual out of commission. Physical injuries are also comparatively common to many other internal disorders and maladies. It’s important for physicians, sports trainers, fitness instructors, and even school nurses to have a solid understanding of potential physical injuries that they may witness, both how to identify them and how to treat them. With our collection of anatomical charts, this becomes much easier.

One of the more common areas where an athlete may experience injury is the knees. With the Athletic Injuries of the Knee Anatomical Chart, many potential injuries are visible, including various ligament tears, including various ways these injuries can occur in different sports. The chart is useful especially for sports trainers and coaches.

Looking for an all in one set covering a variety of injuries? The Anatomy and Injuries Anatomy Chart Set is a collection of six charts, available in laminated or heavy paper formats, displaying a variety of injuries of the hip, hand and wrist, foot and ankle, and more. It is useful for medical facilities, and its clear illustrations make study of these injuries and areas of the body much simpler.

Anatomy Warehouse offers a full complement of anatomical charts to help you study and teach more efficiently.