This course is a continuation of Anatomy 200, designed for the student in the rehab profession, with a focus on the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. In this course, students will further explore body tissues, the nervous system and the skeletal and muscular systems in depth. Movement is studied through the introduction and investigation of relevant concepts including but not limited to: leverage principles, contraction types, prime movers, stabilizers, factors restricting motion, and kinetic vs. kinematic differentiations, biomechanics. This will ensure the students are well prepared for what they may encounter in the clinical setting and be able to identify specific bones and muscles, including their function, origin, insertion, and innervation. Students will demonstrate identification of important structures of the body.
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