|1.||Explore the principles of rehabilitation programs and evaluate their role in preventative and rehabilitative care of the patient|
|2.||Formulate and interpret exercise management programs to support the rehabilitation of patient complaints with a focus on the spine;|
|3.||Formulate likely diagnoses based on findings from diagnostic images;|
|4.||critically analyse and interpret spinal diagnostic images and recommend appropriate management strategies from the conclusion of images; and|
|5.||Conceptually map the presentation and management of rheumatological conditions commonly seen in osteopathic practice.|
|Test||Two Online Quizzes (1 hour each)||20%|
|Examination||Written examination (1.5 hours)||45%|
|Examination||Rehabilitation practical examination, 30 mins per student.||35%|
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