PT 529 - Physical Therapy Process-Musculoskeletal II
(5 cr.) This course builds upon information taught in the foundational sciences and is designed to provide the physical therapy major with the necessary knowledge and skills to examine physical therapy clients with the following dysfunctions: lower extremity and spine musculoskeletal, lower extremity peripheral nerve. Upon completion of the examination, students are able to generate a diagnosis, prognosis and plan of care for these clients. The relevant theory and practical learning experiences are provided for the student to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for understanding, presenting rationale for, and applying evidence-based physical therapy intervention strategies to those physical therapy clients described previously. Every Year, Spring

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