Type
Crossword
Description

Muscle that opposes the action of another Antagonists
Inflammation of tendon Tendinitis
inflammation of Bursa Bursitis
displacement of a part Dislocation
Twist of the ligaments Sprain
Problem with rubbery cushion of spine Ruptured disc
Trauma caused by forceful twist or hyper flexing Torn Cartilage
Degeneration of joints cartilage Osteoarthritis
Immovable Cartilaginous joint
Freely movable joint Synovial joint
Fibrocartilage pad connects the two bones Fibrous joint
What is the origin of the name Achilles tendon connects muscle to bone
Where would you expect to find the tibialis anterior Lower leg
What shape is the deltoid muscle Triangular
Of the gluteus maximus, medius, and minimus, which is the largest Maximus
The shoulder is an example of a ball and joint socket T or F? True
The elbow is an example of a hinge joint False
Motion of hip when preparing to kick a ball flexion
Motion of knee when preparing to kick a ball flexion
Raising up on your tip-toes plantar flexion

The Muscular System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Butt muscle gluteus maximus
tendon in the heel achilles tendon
muscles that attach to the bone Skeletal muscles
Muscles that act on the lining of the bodies passageways and hollow internal organs smooth muscles
Muscle above the knee Quadriceps
major muscles of the back and is responsible for moving and rotating trapezius
Controls the motion of elbows and shoulders biceps
Opens a joint extensor
The muscle then travels down the arm and is connected on to the ulna of the forearm triceps
When an organ or tissue protudes through an area of weak muscles hernia
Muscles connecting the upper extremity to the vertebral column latissimus dorsi
cause swelling around muscles and bones tendinitis
The bulk of the chest pectoralis
long, thin, superficial muscle that runs down the length of the thigh in the anterior sartorius
Closes a joint flexor
Attach to shoulder deltoids
Muscle found in heart cardiac muscle
Contains many veins and arteries teres

Skeletal and Muscular Systems Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Joint found in the shoulder and hip ball and socket
type of muscle that is voluntary and striated skeletal
occurs when a bone is forced out of its joint dislocation
only type of tissue that is able to contract muscle
flexible connective tissue that makes up our nose and ears cartilage
connects bone to bone ligament
type of joint found in the knee and elbow hinge
place where bones come together joint
connects bone to muscle tendon
muscle tissue found in the heart cardiac
type of muscle that is involuntary; controls breathing, bp, and digestion smooth
occurs when ligaments or tendons are pulled beyond their normal range sprain
helps make red and white blood cells marrow
front of the arm muscles biceps
back of the arm muscles triceps
protects the lungs and other vital organs ribs

CONDITIONS and ANATOMY Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

inflammation of a joint arthritis
broken bone fracture
displacement of a joint dislocation
discoloration ecchymosis
tearing or stretching of a ligament sprain
tearing of muscle or tendon strain
tearing away off a piece of bone avulsion
inflammation of tendon tissue tendonitis
contraction without movement isometric
decrease in muscle size atrophy
temporary self-reducing a dislocation subluxation
inflammation of a bursa bursitis
bruise contusion
non-localized swelling effusion
swelling composed of blood hematoma
abnormal accumulation of fluid edema
process of disconnection or severing seperation
softening of cartilage chrondromalacia
hyperextension of the knee recurvatum
largest bone in the body femur
lateral lower leg bone fibula
shoulder blade scapula
fingers and toes phalange
knee cap patella
medial forearm bone ulna
larger bone of the lower leg tibia
lateral forearm bone radius
interarticular fibrocartilage meniscus
collarbone clavicle
upper arm bone humerus
pertaining to the neck clavicle
wrist bones carpals
bone prefix osteo
heel bone calcaneous
top portion of the hip bone iliac crest
joint lining, cushion cartilage
muscle- prefix myo

Musculoskeletal System Chapter 4 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The increase in muscle size due to weight training is called? Hypertrophy
bends the foot upward at the ankle dorsiflexion
Skeletal muscles are attached to bones by? Tendons
movement during which the knees or elbows are bent to decrease the angle of the joints Flexion
Which type of bones are roughly as ling as they are wide? short
Bone Marrow Meyl/o
Disease of the bone and joint Osteoarthropathy
The type of movement a skeletal muscle produces is called its? Action
Cartilage Chondr/o
Which muscle is also called visceral muscle? smooth
Which motion occurs at the thumb? Opposition
lateral curvature of the spine. scoliosis
A suffix that means Weakness asthenia
-itis inflammation

muscular/skeletal crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

flexible but inelastic cord of strong fibrous tissue attaching a muscle to bone tendon
fibrous connective tissue that connects two bones or cartilages or holds together a joint ligament
the location at which bones connect joints
connective tissue found in many areas of the body between bones cartilage
fibrous tissue that has gthe ability to contract producing movement in or maintaining the position of parts of the body muscle
tissue that connects,supports,binds, or separates other tissues or organs. connective tissue
relating to the part of the stomach nearest the esophagus cardiac
relating to or functioning as a skeleton skeletal
occuring in the gut and other internal oorgans and not uder voluntary control smooth muscle
inner of the two bones between the knee and the ankle, parallel with the fibula tibia
external framework of bone, cartilage, or rigid material supporting the body of an animal or plant skeleton
can be found where the hummerous meets the ulna hinge
type of synovial joint pivot
the bone of the uppper arm or forelimb humerus
the ball shaped surface of one rounded bone fits into the cup like depression of another bone ball and socket
the type of muscle that we can control voluntary
the type of muscle that we don't control involuntary
the brain is referred to this gray
the part of the brain that controls the body balance and movement cerebrum
the flap of tissue that seals your windpipe epoglittis

Sports Medicine Terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

close to the midline Medial
stretching or tearing of a muscle or tendon Strain
a bruise Contusion
swelling in a joint effusion
complete separation of two ends of a joint dislocation
where two bones meet joint
stretching or tearing of a ligament sprain
away from the midline lateral
in front of anterior
lying face down prone
swelling in the tissue edema
break in a bone fracture
a sudden injury acute
overuse injury chronic
structure that connects muscle to bone tendon
a scrape abrasion
rest, ice, compression, elevation RICE
fluid filled sac bursa
a structure that connects bone to bone ligament
a symptom of redness, and swelling inflammation
knee cap patella
thigh bone femur
arm bone humerus
number of muscles that make up the quadriceps four
your favorite teacher coach hubb

Muscle crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Muscle located in the upper arm and elbow joint Triceps
Muscles that increase the angle between the members of a limb Extensor muscles
Muscles that connect the upper anterior tibial extremity to the vertebrac column Latissimus dorsi
main extensor muscle of the hip and Buttox Gluteous Maximus
Chief muscle of calf ; flexes knee and foot Gastrocnemius
Muscle that connects calf muscles to heel bone Achilles tendon
Muscles that decrease the angle between bones and joints Flexor muscles
Muscle on on the front part of upper arm Biceps
Triangular muscle located on shoulder Deltoid
Large muscle on the chest Pectoralis major
Muscles that laterally rotate the hip Sartorius
Flexor of the hip Quadriceps
Muscles that are located between the ribs and the pelvis , on the front of the body Abdominals
A muscle that contracts and moves a limb Abductor muscles

Athletic Training Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The study of structure and form of a body Anatomy
The study of human movement Kinesiology
The study of the functional processes of a body Physiology
Standing, facing forward with arms at sides and palms facing upward; Also called standard anatomical position Anatomical Position
Moving a body part away from the middle of the body Abduction
Moving a body part toward the midline of the body Adduction
Range of motion performed by an athlete Active range of motion
Moement performed by examiner while the athlete relaxes all muscles Passive range of motion
A joint between bones Articulation
Refers to both right and left (on both sides) Bilateral
A fluid filled sac that serves as a cushion and reduces joint friction Bursa
Refers to the neck; the seven vertebrae Cervical
Refers to the upper back; 8th trhough 19th vertebrae thoracic
Moving a joint in a circular motion Circumduction
Farthest away from the centre of the body Distal
Closest to the centre of the body proximal
Back or posterior of any structure Dorsal
Front or anterior of any structure Ventral
The bottom or sole of the foot Plantar
Ankle movement bring the foot toward the shin Dorsiflexion
Turning the sole of the foot outward Eversion
Turning the sole of the foot inward Inversion
Bending a joint or decreasing the angle between two bones Flexion
Excessive, forceful extension of a limb beyond its normal limits Hyperextension
Excessive, forceful flexion of a limb Hyperflexion
Away from the midline of the body; toward the side Lateral
Toward the midline of the body Medial
A band of non-elastic, tough connective tissue connecting the ends of bones Ligament
Crescent shaped wedges of cartilage that pad the knee between the tibia and femur Meniscus
A dense, tough tissue that attaches muscles to bone Tendon
Turning downward Pronation
Turning upward Supination
movement in the anterior direction Protraction
Movement in the posterior direction Retraction
Decrease in muscle or tissue size odten due to lack of use atrophy
Increase in muscle or tissue size Hypertrophy
A bruise; a closed injury caused by a blow or a crushing of the tissue Contusion
A grating, grinding, or sticking sound or sensation Crepitus
A collection of blood beneath the skin Hematoma
A method or apparatus used for treatment or therapy Modality

Muscular System Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Abduction
Acetylcholine
Action
Adduction
Agonist
Antagonist
Aponeuosis
Brevis
Contractibility
Depressor
Elasticity
Excitability
Extensibility
Extension
Fixed
Flexion
Insertion
Involuntary
Levator
Longus
Maximus
Medius
Minimus
Motor unit
Muscle fatigue
Muscle tone
Myo
Mys
Neuromuscular junction
Origin
Oxygen debt
Pronation
Sarco
Sarcolemma
Sphincter
Supination
Tendon
Tertius
Voluntary

Sports Medicine - Knee Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The rounded prominence found at the point of articulation with another bone. Condyle
The top, flat portion of the tibia. tibial plateau
The point where the tibia meets with the femur. tibiofemoral joint
The thin layer of connective tissue over the ends of long bone. articular cartilage.
A layer of tissue that lines joint cavities and produces synovial fluid. Synovial membrane
The kneecap Patella
A small bone formed in a tendon where it passes over a joint. Sesamoid
A large group of four muscle in the front of the thigh. quadricep
The tendon that encompasses the patella and extends distally across the front of the knee. Patellar tendon
Outward bending or twisting force Valgus
Inward bending or twisting force. varus
Swelling within the joint cavity. effusion
The growth plate on the end of a bone. epiphyseal plate
Cartilage in the knee between the femoral condyle and the medial tibial plaeteau medial meniscus
A layer of tissue that lines joint cavities and produces synovial fluid. Synovial membrane
A lubricating substance, produces by the synovial membrane, found in joints Synovial fluid
A flat longitudinal band found on the medial side of the knee joint. Medial collateral ligament
The point where the kneecap and femur are connected in the trochlear groove patellofemoral joint
The area where the satorious, gracillus, and semitendinosus muscles attach to the anteriomedial tibia. pes ansurine
A grinding noise or sensation within a joint crepitus