2Types of JointsJoint: where two or more bones meet Joints and Movement: Different joints have varying degrees of movement Three types of joints -fibrous joints -cartilaginous joints -synovial joints
3Fibrous JointsFibrous joints: Bones that are connected together without gaps. Fibrous joints, movement: Not mobile
4Cartilaginous JointCartilaginous joints: Bones connected by a small cushion of cartilage. This cartilage acts as a shock absorber, protecting the joint from impact. Cartilaginous joints and Movement: Restricted movement
5Synovial JointsSynovial joints: Joints where the surface of the bone is covered with a layer of slippery cartilage. Found in the arms and legs Synovial joints and movement: Joints that move freely Synovial Membrane: Found in the joining surface. Secretes a slippery fluids onto the surface of the joint
6Types of MovementHinge A hinge joint allows extension and retraction of an appendage. Found in: Elbow and knees
7Types of MovementBall and Socket: A ball and socket joint allows for radial movement in almost any direction. found in: hips and shoulders.
8Types of MovementGliding In a gliding or plane joint bones slide past each other. Found in: Midcarpal and midtarsal
9Types of MovementSaddle: A saddle joint allows movement back and forth and up and down (not rotation). Found in: Where fingers connect to hand
10Types of jointsPivot: Pivot joints allow rotation around an axis. Found in: neck and forearms
11Ligaments and TendonsLigaments: Connective tissue that joins bones to other bones. Found in: Ankles, wrists, knees, and hands
12Ligaments and TendonsLigaments: Connective tissue that joins bones to other bones. Found in: Ankles, wrists, knees, and hands Tendons: Connective tissue that joins bone to muscle. Found in: Where ever muscle and bone connect.
13TendonsBrusae: Fluid filled sacs between bone and tendon. Function of the brusae: Reduce the rubbing of the tendon on bone