Bones

Written by Tele Demetrious

Updated:

A typical human adult skeleton consists of 206 bones. Anatomical variations may be present in certain individuals resulting in slight fluctuations to this number. Below is a list of the major bones of the human skeleton: 

Bones of the Human Body

                              Figure 1 – Anatomy of the Human Skeleton                                                       

Foot Bones
Metacarpal Fracture Anatomy

      Figure 2 – Bones of the Human Foot                   Figure 3 – Bones of the Human Hand


Skeletal Anatomy

Click on the relevant link below for detailed information on the anatomy of the bones of the human skeleton:

Head & Neck

Shoulder Girdle

Upper Back & Chest

Upper Limb

Hand & Wrist

Lower Back

Pelvis

Lower Limb

Foot & Ankle



Find a Physio

Find a Physio

Find a physiotherapist in your local area who can diagnose and treat sports and spinal injuries and provide education on the anatomy of the bones of the human body. 


Link to this Page

Link to this Page

If you would like to link to this article on your website, simply copy the code below and add it to your page:

<a href="https://physioadvisor.com.au/health/anatomy/bones”>Bones – PhysioAdvisor.com</a><br/>PhysioAdvisor provides detailed physiotherapy information on the anatomy of the bones of the human body.

Return to the top of Bones.