PTA 130 - Clinical Orthopedics
This lecture course presents the normal anatomy and kinesiology of each of the peripheral joints and the spine. With this foundation, pathophysiological and pathokinesiological factors which may result in musculo-skeletal dysfunction are examined. The course organization parallels that of PTA 131L, in that, study of the specific regions of the body for both courses will be sequenced as follows: spine, hip, knee, foot, ankle, shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand.
Restricted to PTA students. (Usually offered Spring semester.)
Pre-requisites that may be met concurrently: PTA 110, PTA 111L, PTA 112L, PTA 116, PTA 131L, BIO 214, and BIO 214L
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