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The Body > The Musculoskeletal System > The Muscles > Muscles of the Lower Extremity

Muscles of the Lower Extremity

XXX The muscles of the lower extremity are subdivided into groups corresponding with the different regions of the limb. Theses include the muscles of the iliac region., the muscles of the leg, the muscles of the thigh and the muscles of the foot.

Click here for a discussion of the lower extremity musculature.


Nutritional Support for the Musculoskeletal System

submitted by Dr. Gary Farr 4/24/2006
Many factors contribute to the deterioration of our musculoskeletal system. This system, consisting of many connective tissues such as joints, ligaments, and tendons, is continuously being tested by various factors such as stress, improper diet, and exercise. A healthy musculoskeletal system is important for everyone - the young, the elderly, sports enthusiasts, people constantly on their feet, and people using repetitious movements such as computer keyboarding. Failure to maintain a healthy musculoskeletal system and joints can lead to a reduction in overall health and wellbeing. Therefore, supplying your body with the proper nutrients found in Standard Process supplements is vital in keeping your body’s connective tissues healthy.

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