…. so do you know where the only bony connection of your arm to your body is?
at the top of your breast bone, you might feel two little bumps…. medically known as the sterno clavicular joints, that is where your collar bone attaches to your body.
You have almost thirty bones in your wrist and hands
they attach to the two bones of the forearm
which attach to the long arm of the upper bone
which rests in a shallow, almost saucer shaped receptacle
that is part of the shoulder blade
which has an almost pencil thin attachment to your collar bone….and no other bone
which attaches to your breast bone
about one inch away from your other arm
ALL OTHER CONNECTIONS OF YOUR ARM TO YOUR BODY ARE DONE WITH SOFT TISSUE
muscles, ligaments, nerves, blood vessels, fat, skin…etc
your shoulder girdle, is designed to rest….and move on top of your rib cage[easyazon-image align=”none” asin=”B005EI8R3U” locale=”us” height=”500″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41MVxo13pFL.jpg” width=”500″]