Clinical Practicum II provides each student with the opportunity to experience clinical practice. Upon completion, the student is expected to achieve knowledge and skills that are required to implement a plan of care under the direction of a licensed physical therapist to improve mobility and function of patients of varying diagnosis and impairments. Students are expected to perform clinical skills with increasing efficiency as well as implement knowledge learned through ongoing coursework. Attention will be paid to developing proficiency in the communication and interaction between PT/PTA as well as demonstrating appropriate PT/PTA clinical relationship. The student will attain the ability to provide patient care with quality, efficiency, complexity, and consistency under the supervision and guidance of a physical therapist and reflective of a PTA student progressing toward competency consistent with an entry level physical therapist assistant.
ANAT200, ANAT200-L, ANAT208, ANAT208-L, PTA100, PTA100-L, PTA104, PTA211, PTA211-L, PTA215, PTA215-L, PTA216, PTA220, PTA220-L, PTA224, PTA225, PTA225-L, PTA226, PTA226-L, PTA234, PTA234-L, PTA235, PTA235-L, PTA245, PTA245-L, PTA242, PTA241, PTA241-L, PT
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