DPT 807 Movement Science I, 4 credits

The analysis of human movement is taught from the developmental, kinesiological, and biomechanical perspective. The student will learn functional anatomy, kinesiology and pathokinesiology of the joints, posture, functional movement patterns of the neck, trunk and limbs as a foundation for evaluation and intervention strategies of the musculoskeletal system. (Lecture: 3 hours, Lab: 2 hours.)

Prerequisites: Graduate DPT students.

Co-requisites: DPT 801, DPT 803, DPT 805, DPT 819, DPT 811. Spring