2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Oct 21, 2021  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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PT 207 Clinical Neurorehabilitation and Motor Control

This is a two-part lecture/laboratory course. Part one links the structure and function of the Central, Peripheral, and Autonomic Nervous Systems with functional aspects of human movement and posture and discusses the influences of neurological pathways on muscle tone, sensation, reflexes, coordination and balance. Part two of the course involves application of the knowledge acquired in part one to the treatment of patients with selected neurological conditions. Laboratory activities will focus on instruction in and practice of interim assessment and treatment techniques commonly utilized by the licensed PTA involving patients with selected interventions. Case studies will also be utilized in the laboratory setting to facilitate critical thinking in the selection and implementation of appropriate interim assessments and/or therapeutic interventions. 6 hrs (Fee $15)



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