24 episodes

In this podcast, you can learn anatomy wherever you go, driving in the car, at the gym, or doing work around the house. The first episodes will introduce you to the human anatomy systems. Additional episodes will be dedicated to directly answering your anatomy questions and providing resources to help you learn more effectively, quickly, and with less stress.

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Anatomy On The Go Seth Jump

    • Life Sciences
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

In this podcast, you can learn anatomy wherever you go, driving in the car, at the gym, or doing work around the house. The first episodes will introduce you to the human anatomy systems. Additional episodes will be dedicated to directly answering your anatomy questions and providing resources to help you learn more effectively, quickly, and with less stress.

Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/anatomy-on-the-go/exclusive-content

    Episode 47 - Lobes, Segments, Pleura, and Doorways, Oh My!

    Episode 47 - Lobes, Segments, Pleura, and Doorways, Oh My!

    In episode 47, you will learn some of the deeper organization of the lungs, including the different lobes, segments, pleura, and where the most important structures enter and leave the lung. We start off the podcast with a little respiratory recap, but you can head back to episode 6 as well.

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    • 15 min
    Episode 42 - Tactics and Mindsets to Ace Your Exam

    Episode 42 - Tactics and Mindsets to Ace Your Exam

    In this episode, you can learn some tactics and mindsets that you can use to help you ace the next test. Listen in to grab some strategies to help you crush the next thing.

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    • 18 min
    Episode 41 - What Happens When Nerves Don't Work?

    Episode 41 - What Happens When Nerves Don't Work?

    In this episode, we will do a straightforward assessment to determine the location of damage in the brachial plexus...one deficit at a time, one muscle at a time, one nerve at a time.

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    • 18 min
    Episode 40: The Big Bad Brachial Plexus

    Episode 40: The Big Bad Brachial Plexus

    In this episode of Anatomy On The Go, you will learn a little bit more about the brachial plexus, including what spinal cord levels are involved with the innervation. What does that mean, dude? Stay tuned to find out.

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    • 18 min
    Episode 20: Traps, Lats, Pecs, and More

    Episode 20: Traps, Lats, Pecs, and More

    In episode 20, you will learn about the traps, lats, pecs, and other muscles that are called axioappendicular muscles. What does axioappendicular mean? And what are the other muscles? You will learn nine muscles, including where they attach and what they do. At the end of the episode, I have some questions to help you practice the content from the episode.
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    • 27 min
    Episode 19 - Upper Limb Articulations

    Episode 19 - Upper Limb Articulations

    In episode 19, you will learn about how the bones of the upper limb connect to each other and what these connections are called.
    The important concepts from this episode include:
    how bones connect to each other and what the connections are calledhow ligaments play a role in stabilitythe relationship between stability and mobilitysome common injuries
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    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

langillj ,

Clear and Concise

Seths videos are easy to understand and follow which makes it perfect when you’re talking about some complex systems! I printed a few diagrams and listened to his podcasts and he walks you through with the perfect amount of detail. I felt extremely prepared for my cadaver labs and recommended his videos to everyone I know.

My tip: start with videos based around systems or muscles groups you're familiar with so you don’t feel totally lost if you've never taken anatomy before. By doing this you get used to the terms and start to understand how things are described. Then go back and listen through in order to see how everything links together.

Thank you for all the hard work you put into these videos! I would not have learned so much in such a short period of time without these videos!

Kayla RDH ,

So good!!

I am studying to be a Registered Massage Therapist and a classmate told me to listen to your podcast. I have a 40 minute drive to school so I listened to your podcast 4 times before the test and I got 100%! It was really helpful to have that time to study.

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