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The field of biomechanics is a fascinating marriage of Newtonian mechanics and human physiology with the nearly exclusive purpose of analyzing the application and generation of forces within the human body. If you are pursuing studies in musculoskeletal physiology, neurobiology, physical therapy, or medicine, biomechanics can hold the key to answering the why, how, and what if questions that you may encounter. Why are women more prone to ACL injury than men? How can wearing a seat belt impact concussion risk during a car accident? What would happen if a woman with osteoporosis fell directly on her knee? Would the ligament or the bone give out first in injury? A fundamental understanding of biomechanics is absolutely essential for understanding injury mechanisms and, subsequently, prescribing the appropriate tests to accurately diagnose the injury.

In part because of its dualistic dependency on both physics and biology, biomechanics can often seem counterintuitive to students. While you may have studied one field or the other for years, meshing them together and applying one to the other often requires you to remember long-forgotten details from past biology or physics courses. If you find yourself struggling to grasp the concepts presented in your coursework, biomechanics tutoring may be able to help. With locations nationwide, Varsity Tutors can help you connect with instructors well versed in both the foundations and applications of the biomechanics field. They use their valuable skills and knowledge to support students like yourself in their goals and aspirations. The Varsity Tutors educational directors will work with you to create a detailed student profile that allows potential tutors in your area to determine what they can do for you. In addition, it serves as the basis for your tutoring plan, which is flexible and based on your learning style, personality, preferences, and syllabus.

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Recent Biomechanics Tutoring Session Notes

Online Biomechanics Tutoring review by Ishita
Today we finished up the algebra quiz from the last session, as well as her homework over the same stuff - more factoring. She's doing okay.
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Online Biomechanics Tutoring review by Judy
We reviewed various ecology topics (primary vs. secondary succession, population density models, etc.), but mostly spent the time reviewing for an upcoming assessment test that covers all of the topics for the year.
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Online Biomechanics Tutoring review by Matthew
Today, we reviewed for the student's test which involved photosynthesis and cellular respiration. His teacher posted a review set on the class website and that is what we covered today. He had a grasp on each chapter and PowerPoint slide set.
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Online Biomechanics Tutoring review by Josh
Tonight we began to go over PowerPoint slides and main topics that will be covered on her exam. I explained some different ways she could help study and also how much time she should expect to devote to studying for this exam.
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Online Biomechanics Tutoring review by Lydia
During our session today, the student and I read chapter 4 section 1 regarding population growth. We then completed the Section Assessment. We also finished the BioJournal for Chapter 3 to cover all of the Chapter 3 Assignments.
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Online Biomechanics Tutoring review by Lisa
Today we reviewed DNA/RNA structure and functions, DNA replication, transcription and translation, and protein production in the cell. We also briefly reviewed dihybrid genetic crosses, starting to get her ready for her final exam.
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