RBM1200 - Functional Anatomy of the Limbs or
AHE1101 - Structural Kinesiology and
AHE2202 - Functional Kinesiology
|1.||Explain the anatomical principles and theory behind spinal and orthopaedic injury and pain;|
|2.||Perform practical hands-on tests on another class member to assess muscles and joints of the spine, trunk and extremities and interpret the results;|
|3.||Perform practical hands-on tests on another class member to assess the hip, knee and shoulder joints and interpret results; and|
|4.||Explain the anatomical principles and theory behind a graduated rehabilitation program to return an individual to pre-injury function.|
|Assignment||Written Assignment (1000 words)||30%|
|Test||Practical Test (15 minutes)||20%|
|Test||Theory Test (2 hours)||50%|
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