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This block will integrate and consolidate the foundations of movement sciences and bio-physical sciences pertaining to human and function across the life span. It will likewise serve as an interface between the previous basic science blocks and the clinical sciences blocks. Students will acquire knowledge in the application of biomechanical and patho-mechanical correlates and motor behavior theories to the analyses of movements in health and pathology and use this knowledge to develop basic screening, evaluation, assessment and performance measures and skills. They will develop the basic skills of documenting and reporting the findings of the studied evaluation measures and intervention outcomes. The student will learn to describe, operate and apply skillfully various therapeutic technologies used in habilitation and rehabilitation of patients with musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardio-pulmonary, vascular and integument deficits. Instruction will foster critical thinking and an evidence-based approach to problem solving skills necessary for developing effective and efficient independent clinicians. Lectures, laboratory activities, numerous case presentations and problem-based learning will be used in this block. Successful mastery of the material presented in the block will be measured through performance on written and practical examinations.

Spring DPTE 514 Basic Sciences III - UE Goniometry University of Maryland, Baltimore

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This block will integrate and consolidate the foundations of movement sciences and bio-physical sciences pertaining to human and function across the life span. It will likewise serve as an interface between the previous basic science blocks and the clinical sciences blocks. Students will acquire knowledge in the application of biomechanical and patho-mechanical correlates and motor behavior theories to the analyses of movements in health and pathology and use this knowledge to develop basic screening, evaluation, assessment and performance measures and skills. They will develop the basic skills of documenting and reporting the findings of the studied evaluation measures and intervention outcomes. The student will learn to describe, operate and apply skillfully various therapeutic technologies used in habilitation and rehabilitation of patients with musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardio-pulmonary, vascular and integument deficits. Instruction will foster critical thinking and an evidence-based approach to problem solving skills necessary for developing effective and efficient independent clinicians. Lectures, laboratory activities, numerous case presentations and problem-based learning will be used in this block. Successful mastery of the material presented in the block will be measured through performance on written and practical examinations.

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    BS3_UE_Goniometry_finger_goniometer

    BS3_UE_Goniometry_finger_goniometer

    • 1 min
    • video
    BS3_UE_Goniometry_fingers

    BS3_UE_Goniometry_fingers

    • 3 min
    • video
    BS3_UE_Goniometry_pronation_supination

    BS3_UE_Goniometry_pronation_supination

    • 4 min
    • video
    BS3_UE_Goniometry_question_pronation_supination

    BS3_UE_Goniometry_question_pronation_supination

    • 2 min
    • video
    BS3_UE_Goniometry_intro_measure_wrist_extension

    BS3_UE_Goniometry_intro_measure_wrist_extension

    • 11 min
    • video
    BS3_UE_Goniometry_shoulder_flexion

    BS3_UE_Goniometry_shoulder_flexion

    • 2 min

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