PT 605

Clinical Anatomy and Biomechanics for Physical Therapy

An in-depth study of clinical functional anatomy of the limbs and trunk, including osteology, arthrology, myology, neurology, angiology, and kinesiology. Biomechanics with application to the analysis of human movement is included. This course is designed to provide clinical knowledge and understanding of the neuromusculoskeletal systems as a foundation for the treatment of injury or disease via physical therapy.