Webinar Dr. Huub Maas: Moving our fingers independently, how do we do that?

Exploring the challenge of moving fingers independently is the crux of our discussion. We delve into the intricacies of the musculoskeletal system, examining how the complex architecture of muscles and the interplay of connective tissue impact this autonomy. Unveiling the necessity of an engaged nervous system for singular finger movement, we also ponder the potential benefits of interdependence between fingers. Join us for an insightful exploration into the biomechanics of finger mobility.

Learning Objectives;

By the end of the webinar, you will be able to...

  • Describe the musculoskeletal and neural factors influencing the independent movement of your fingers.
  • Explain the construction of the extrinsic muscles of the fingers, detailing the structures and connections involved.
  • Interpret findings from studies investigating the role of various factors in finger movement.
  • Explore potential benefits of interdependence between fingers and consider practical applications. Join our webinar for a comprehensive understanding of finger mobility and its implications!

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