Joints.... in the neck it's cervical vertebrae, like in the rest of your spine there are disks between the vertebrae to pad them and they are articualted in such a way to allow movement. In the elbow your radius and ulna meet your humorous bone to form the joint. At the knee the femur and tibia and fibula meet. Muscles, ligaments, and tendons provide contections between these and allow for movement. Cartilage and connective tissue between the bones allows for smooth movement.
Hinge joints (like knees and elbows
your knees, elbows, shoulders, and wrists
No, rabbits do not have elbows, however they do have shoulders and knees, but strangely enough, their knees bend backwards
No they can not. No they can not, because their license usually allows them to massage the feet and legs up to the knees, and the hands including the arms up to the elbows. The areas of the body above the knees and elbows are the realm of professional massage therapists.
you get ligaments in your ankles, knees, elbows wrists neck and other places. they connect bones to other bones.
Yes it is possible for teens to have arthritis in the knees and elbows. When arthritis is genetically transmitted, the teens also get affectected with it.
The joints sockets in your knees an elbows allow your legs and arms to bend.
Flexion is movement during which the knees or elbows are bent to decrease the angle of the joint
yes, dogs do have 2 elbows and knees. it is the same with all mammal's! =D
Yes, elephants have knees. They have two knees at the back, but the front joints are not actually knees. They are regarded as elbows and wrists at the front.
Allow movement. Your elbows and knees are joints.
Lemons help some. Cut a lemon in half and use it on your elbows and knees like a sponge.
Like people, dogs have two elbows. The elbows are located on the front legs. Knees are located on the back legs.
the hinge in located in elbows and knees.
ankles, knees, and elbows
There are knees and elbows, they are the major joints.
The knees, toes, and fingers are all hinge synovial joints.
NO. elephants do not have 4 knees, only 2. 2 knees, 2 elbows just like us:)
brown with black on there elbows and knees
Hinge bones are, for example, your elbows and knees.
bring your elbows in and bend your knees. then jump
Movable joints are the knees and elbows.
ankles ,knees, hips,wrists,elbows,shoulders
Shoulders, elbows, hips and knees.