ATTR 527L Pathomechanics II Lab

This course provides laboratory instruction for an in-depth study of the musculoskeletal and mechanical aspects of anatomical structures of the upper extremities, thoracic and cervical spine, neck and head, as related to human movement and function. This course will apply physics concepts, tissue responses and adaptations and general biomechanics in preparation for rehabilitation techniques (such as joint mobilizations), exercise prescription and for evaluation and recognition of injury. Movement of individual joints, kinetic chain and whole-body motion will be analyzed. Clinical evaluation of movement (sport and general) and overhead movement. Students will be able to comprehend a variety of disorders through the analysis and application of musculoskeletal mechanics, applied neurology, articular function, biomechanical principles within movement and material/ biomechanical properties of biological tissues.




Admission into the Master of Athletic Training program or permission of the program director


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