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Physical Therapy (PT)
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|
Introduction to acquiring, appraising and integrating research evidence.
|12591R||957||Lecture||TBA||Wednesday||97 of 100||Julie Tilson||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,|
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,|
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||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,|
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|
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,|
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||47 of 55||Michael Simpson,|