This course uses the knowledge gained from anatomy and physiology and applies it to the physiological and mechanical principles of movement, specifically during occupational performance. This will include the study of the function of the skeletal, muscular and neuromuscular systems during normal performance and how pathology of these systems impacts the performance of occupations. The OTPF III will be emphasized as it pertains to client factors. In total, over the term, the student will have 60 contact hours.
|ANAT200, ANAT200-L, ANAT206|