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Which part of a cell is responsible for breaking down glucose molecules to release energy?
The mitochondria within a cell handles the task of breaking down glucose molecules to release energy.
At the beginning, the needs of a particular client were very simple. Initially, the client requested general relaxation massage with occasional focus on deeper layers of muscle. However, just over six months ago, the client was diagnosed with diabetes. Since then the client’s condition has progressed beyond the comfort and skill level of the massage therapist, though the therapist continues to offer treatment. What has occurred?
Sometimes a client can develop complex issues and it is important for a massage professional to “check in” with their own personal scope of practice to insure a healthy therapeutic relationship. In this case, the massage therapist should recommend another practitioner with special training to better assist the client.
The mesencephalon is also known as the _______________.
The mesencephalon is also known as the midbrain, and is associated with arousal, hearing, motor control, vision, sleeping patterns and more.