PT 636 - Physical Therapy Process Neurological Rehabilitation III
 
(4 cr.) This course is designed as a continuation of PT 533. The concepts of normal and abnormal movement and motor development will continue to be applied to the examination, evaluation and intervention procedures for adult clients with various types of neurological disabilities. Emphasis is placed on the neurophysiological principles that these theories are based on, current facilitation and integration of movement responses in neurological disorders and integration of all theories into an eclectic and functional approach to rehabilitation. Upon completion of this course, the student is expected to perform a comprehensive examination and evaluation of an adult with a neurological diagnosis, develop an appropriate plan of care and document the aforementioned through a comprehensive case study. Exams require students to synthesize and integrate knowledge gained from current and previous course work. Every Year, Spring
 
Sessions

Spring 2014