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Introduction to sensorimotor systems, overview of current perspectives in motor control from fetus through late adulthood, and clinical tests of motor proficiency.
12544R 963 Lecture TBA TBA 98 of 100 Barbara Sargent OFFICE
Theoretical and practical principles for evaluation of exercise need and prescription of exercise programs, specifically for strength and balance. Emphasis on approaches for patients with musculoskeletal deficits.
12597R 957 Lecture TBA Wednesday 97 of 100 Liz Poppert OFFICE
Pathology in the central and peripheral nervous systems that alter motor and sensory performance. Emphasis on loss of motion, excessive and involuntary movement disorders. Lecture.
12521R 963 Lecture TBA TBA 98 of 100 Julie Hershberg OFFICE
Detailed kinesiologic analysis of axial, spine, head, neck, face and bulbar muscles. Lecture, laboratory and clinical demonstration.
12529R 957 Lecture-Lab TBA Monday 97 of 100 Kornelia Kulig OFFICE TBA Friday OFFICE
Introduction to acquiring, appraising and integrating research evidence.
12591R 957 Lecture TBA Wednesday 97 of 100 Julie Tilson, Clarisa Martinez OFFICE
Advanced integration of patient values as influenced by culture, ethnicity, lifestyles, gender, and age into patient-centered clinical decision making.
12593R 963 Lecture TBA TBA 98 of 100 Cheryl Resnik, Oscar Gallardo OFFICE
Regional description of pathology and pathophysiological mechanisms of disorders of bone, connective tissue, and joints. Lecture, demonstration.
12533R 957 Lecture TBA Mon, Wed 97 of 100 Scott Freedman OFFICE
Detailed analysis of neurophysiologic mechanisms underlying normal and abnormal motor and sensory function. Lecture.
12535R 963 Lecture TBA TBA 98 of 100 Jason Kutch OFFICE
Introduction to the principles of biomechanics (statics, dynamics) as they apply to physical therapy practice. Emphasis on tissue mechanics, joint function and gait. Lecture.
12543R 957 Lecture TBA Tuesday 97 of 100 Chris Powers, Beth Fisher OFFICE
Physical therapy theory and methods for intervention in neurological dysfunction. Lecture, laboratory. Neuroanatomy lab available.
12541R 963 Lecture-Lab TBA TBA 98 of 100 Didi Matthews OFFICE
Use of electrical currents to evaluate and treat musculoskeletal, neurological and wound disorders. Theory and practice.
12542R 963 Lecture-Lab TBA TBA 97 of 100 Cynthia Wederich, Christie Karle OFFICE
Practical experience in two- or six-week physical therapy manual skills, decision making and professional behaviors.
12547R 957 Lecture TBA TBA 97 of 100 Michael Simpson, Amy Pomrantz, Valerie Teglia OFFICE
Physical therapy theory and methods of evaluation and treatment of orthopedic dysfunction. Lecture, demonstration, laboratory. Dissection lab available.
12561R 957 Lecture-Lab TBA Tuesday 97 of 100 Michael Andersen OFFICE TBA Thursday OFFICE
Advanced evaluation and management of upper and lower extremity disorders and related movement dysfunction.
12581R 957 Lecture 1:00-4:50pm Tuesday 44 of 100 Daniel Kirages
Advanced assessment and management of axial skeletal dysfunctions and related movement disorders.
12583R 957 Lecture 1:00-4:50pm Thursday 44 of 100 Daniel Kirages
Integration of physical therapy management of complicated patients with concurrent musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary and/or neurologic disorders.
12585R 957 Lecture 8:00-11:50am Tue, Thu 44 of 100 Jason Cozby
A 16-week clerkship consisting of a minimum of 24 hours per week in a part-time setting. Emphasis on the care of orthopedic, neurologic, pediatric or complicated medical conditions.
12586R 957 Lecture TBA TBA 45 of 55 Michael Simpson, Amy Pomrantz, Valerie Teglia OFFICE
A 16-week clerkship consisting of a minimum of 36 hours per week in a full-time setting. Emphasis on care of orthopedic, neurologic, pediatric or complicated medical conditions.
12589R 964 Lecture TBA TBA 48 of 55 Michael Simpson, Amy Pomrantz, Valerie Teglia OFFICE
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