Skeletal, Muscular, Connective Tissue By; Ava

Body Parts Of The Skeletal, Muscular, And Connective Tissue System

Bones- Bones are everywhere in your body. The outer surface of the bone is called the periosteum, the next layer is made up of compact bone within the compact are many layers of cancellous.Our bones give our bodies shape, support, and protect our organs and systems. Try not to break the bones, if you do drink lots of dairy products that will help.

Muscles- Muscles are everywhere in your body. Muscles are made out of elastic tissue. They do everything from pumping blood through out the body to help us lift something heavy. To keep your muscles healthy you can exercise every day, and eat fruits, vegetables, potatoes, pasta, and bread.

Tendons- Tendons are found everywhere that your bones and muscles are. They are made of tough tissue attached to your bodies muscles to your bones. Tendons require weeks of additional rest to heal. You may need to make long term changes in types of activities you do or how you do them.

Ligaments- Ligaments are found everywhere, where a bone is found. They are made out of tough tissue. Ligaments stop the bones from moving around too much or in the wrong way. Ligaments (ACL) will be better if you get surgery as well as 6 to 12 months of rehabilitation.

Cartilage- Cartilage are in various parts of your body, including between bones. Cartilage is made up of specialized cells called chondrocytes. They are in between your bones so they don't rub together. To keep your cartilage healthy and protected you can exercise, rest, and even go on a healthy diet.


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