Knee Deep In the Water Somewhere Truly enjoying an activity means you as a person can cooperate in such activities with ease. Meaningful work is what you would call enjoying an activity or work. So what kind of fun is entailed with work? Not many people see where enjoying a form of work is even possible. To enjoy an activity you must see it as a useful leisurely activity, open ended time wise, and of importance to you. I believe that fishing definitely is a useful leisure activity; it never really requires a time limit, and millions of people in the world fish proving that it is of importance to individuals. The definition of leisure is, “acting, proceeding, or done without haste.” Meaningful work is something that should be included in leisure time. It doesn’t require you to be scheduled by your boss and it doesn’t require you to force yourself into doing the work. You should act as if you want to be doing it because it is meaningful to you all the time and not just part of the time. Meaningful work is never done just once either, which is how it ties into leisure time. Leisure time is frequently occurring on your own schedule, which obviously means that you will continue proceeding to do this. However, something you may do frequently but not truly have a passion for cannot be considered meaningful work. You should never think twice when it comes to the leisure aspect of meaningful work. Thoughts in your head should never tell you, “Do I really want to do this again?” Meaningful work will ALWAYS be done without haste, no questions asked. So how does fishing relate? Fishing is a huge leisure work for a lot of people. Even though fishing is not a paid job people still go and fish on their time. This proves that fishing definitely meets the leisure criteria for a meaningful job. There are millions of people in the world that have the skill set to fish, yet the number of people that do not get paid out-weigh the amount that get paid to do this. Passion is the base of enjoying leisure time which ultimately relates to how meaningful fishing can be to you. Paid or unpaid, the passion for fishing shines through people so that they will continue to devote hours to just reel in one keeper Trout. This shows that numerous amounts of individuals consider fishing, not only a leisure aspect, but meaningful work. Creating time for meaningful work always is open ended. Although you don’t devote the same amount of time to each opportunity you get, you still make sure to create a sufficient amount of time for it to be meaningful. Fishing fits the description perfectly. Speaking from numerous times of experience, I have been fishing for all different amounts of time. Therefore fishing can be considered an open ended time limit for anyone. Reasons you may stay longer than other times could be based off of how many fish you catch. If you go out in the morning because you heard the early morning top-water fishing is pristine at that time, then you may stay for a longer time and catch a plethora of fish! Then again, you can plan weeks for a trip out to Titusville, Florida, which is considered the “Red Fish capital of the world”, and go fishing all day and only catch a stinking Lady Fish. Certainly, this is evidence showing the meaningful work aspect of fishing. Even though many fisherman (and women) have all had “one of those days,” everyone still values fishing enough to open up their busy schedules. Through trial and error, success and failure, good calls and bad calls, fishing is still a form of meaningful work that individuals open up their schedules to make time for. Both including fishing in your leisure time and opening up your own time show much about how important that is to you. Not many things in this world will make you willing to repeat
coccyx, and aponeurosis of sacrospinalis.
* INSERTION: Iliotibial tract of fascia lata and superior lateral part of linea aspera under greater trochanter of femur.
* ACTION: Extends thigh at hip joint and laterally rotates thigh; helps lock knee in extension. RMA: Extends torso.
* INNERVATION: Inferior gluteal nerve.
* ORIGIN: Ilium.
* INSERTION: Greater trochanter of femur.
* ACTION: Abducts thigh at hip joint and medially rotates thigh.
S.S. Pueblo, the Viet Cong had launched the Tet Offensive against nearly every large city in South Vietnam, and Martin Luther King Jr. had been assassinated along with Senator Robert Kennedy. All while these events had been going on, America was knee deep in the Vietnam War and Americans were protesting the war nationwide.
2) American soldiers landed in proximity to the village of My Lai. The villagers fled to their bunkers in hope of safety. When the Americans approached they were expecting to…
In patients with drop foot, the sequence changed in such that only extension and flexion are observed. The first extension can be seen increase in the gait cycle, such that knee hyperextension may be observed. The hyperextension of the knee puts stress on the structure of the joint at the point of heel contact, and increase knee flexor torque due to hamstrings work actively to extend the thigh at the same time.
In normal gait swing phase, the raised leg is propelled forward. The forward motion of…
position into a better one.
5 type of stretches.
Hamstring stretch: keep your chest up and maintain a curvature in your lower back. Do not allow the knee on the stretched to bend up.
Lunges stretch: keep your knee aligned, front knee over your shoe and the back knee pointing down. Your chest has to be straight up during the stretch. Keep your knee at a 90⁰ and make sure your whole body is facing forward. This lunge could be done with dumbbells or without. Hand can be place by the waist during the…
patients—particularly medical patients—still
do not receive adequate prophylaxis in community or
tertiary care settings.
This review surveys pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic methods of prophylaxis against VTE (including pulmonary embolism [PE] and deep vein
From the Center for Research in the Implementation of Innovative Strategies in Practice, Iowa City VA Medical Center, and the
Division of General Internal Medicine, University of Iowa Carver
College of Medicine, Iowa City, Iowa (PJK); and the…
Osteoarthritis, left knee.
POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Same.
PROCEDURE PERFORMED: Left total knee arthroplasty.
ESTIMATED BLOOD LOSS: Minimal
Following satisfactory preoperative review and assessment and full discussion, the patient was brought to the operating room where under general anesthesia examination confirmed patient to demonstrate excellent appearance of her right total knee and increased
valgus and crepitus of the left knee. The left knee was then elevated, scrubbed…
Is bone death caused by poor blood supply to the area. Most common in the hip and shoulder, but can affect other large joints such as knee, elbow, wrist and ankle.
Osteonecrosis occurs when part of the bone does not get blood and dies. Afterward the bone eventually can collapse, and if the condition are not treated, the joint will deteriorate.
Osteonecrosis can be caused by disease, or a severe trauma, such as break or dislocation, that affects the blood supply to the bone. The…
Aponeurosis- covers muscle, made of dense connective tissue
Ligaments and tendons also made of dense connective tissue
All of these are deep fascia
Shoulder girdle muscles: Teres minor, subscapularis, supraspinatus, and ifnraspinatus
Muscles Found in Head:
Masseter: Opening of jaw, sits below jaw
Muscles of Facial Expression: smallest, most delicate, and embedded in fatty tissue of face
Muscles of Speech: Same as those of facial expression, speak normally to children, there is…
Tony remarkably got up and walked towards me about fifty feet. I thought he had remained unscathed, but that’s when I saw his knee. I shouted at him, “Tony, look at your knee!” He saw what I saw and immediately laid down in the thick green grass under his feet. Tony had a deep laceration just below his right knee, only; it wasn’t a typical cut, the soft spot of his knee just below the patella had been smashed in by the peg of the dirt bike.
I knew instantly he would have to go to the hospital;…