HBO1002 - Biomedical Science for Osteopathy 2
|1.||Review and discuss the detailed anatomy of the lower limb;|
|2.||Illustrate basic biomechanics principles and their application to the lower extremity;|
|3.||Elaborate common musculoskeletal conditions of the lower limb, relate them to osteopathic principles and list appropriate management strategies.|
|Workshop||Case Based Learning Worksheet - lower extremity common musculoskeletal complaint.||15%|
|Practicum||Anatomy Practical Demonstration: viva||25%|
|Test||Theory Paper: (computer based)||20%|
|Test||Theory Paper: (computer based)||40%|
Clinically oriented anatomy. 6th ed.
Moore, K. L., & Dalley, A. F. (2010)
Philadelphia, US: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
McMinn & Abrahams' clinical atlas of human anatomy.
Abrahams, P. H., Spratt, J. D., Loukas, M., Van Schoor, A.-N., Hutchings, R. T., & McMinn, R. M. H. (2013)
[St. Louis, MO]?; [London]?: Mosby Elsevier
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