DPT 817 Movement Science II, 3 credits

The study of motor control, motor learning, typical motor development, clinical application of kinesiology and biomechanics of the joints, posture, functional movement patterns of the neck, trunk, and limbs and gait will be taught as a foundation for examination and intervention strategies in the presence of movement dysfunction associated with the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular systems. (Lecture: 2 hours, Lab: 2 hours.)

Prerequisites: DPT 801, DPT 803, DPT 805, DPT 807, DPT 819, DPT 811.

Co-requisites: DPT 813, DPT 815, DPT 851, DPT 829, DPT 821. Fall