PTRS 845. Orthopedic Physical Therapy II. 6 Hours.

Incorporates concepts from anatomy, kinesiology, basic biomechanics and knowledge of peripheral joint examination and treatment. Terminology, examination, evaluation, development of a treatment plan and treatment techniques and basic differential diagnosis skills for the spine and the tempormandibular joint (TMJ) are taught. Learning opportunities include lecture and laboratory. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the first 4 semesters of the DPT curriculum or permission of instructor. LEC.

Doctor of Physical Therapy

http://catalog.ku.edu/health-professions/physical-therapy-rehabilitation-science/dpt/

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