Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Rehabilitation of Physically Disabled or Injured (3 cr)
K650 | 6138 | Surburg
Undergraduate courses in physiology and anatomy.
Meets one 75 minute period two times per week
Identification, analysis, and evaluation of physically disabling conditions
and rehabilitation procedures (including muscle testing, joint assessment,
joint mobilization, and therapeutic exercises).
That students will understand: 1) signs of pathology of muscular strength;
2) signs of impaired elasticity or joint flexibility; 3) common exercise
treatment principles; and 4) principles of directing exercises.
Muscles: Testing and Function, (4th Edition), by Florence P. Kendall, P.T.
and Elizabeth K. McCreary. (Published by Williams & Wilkins, 1983).
2 tests and 1 laboratory exam.
The course grade will be based upon the two major tests (30% each), the
laboratory exam (20%), readings and class participation (8%), and
pre-laboratory reviews (12%).