PTAP 2715

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Neurophysiology of Rehabilitation

This course is designed to give the physical therapist assistant student a fundamental understanding of the nervous system and its association to movement and movement dysfunction. Neuroscience from the perspectives of anatomy and physiology is explored. The student has the opportunity to learn the relationship of the nervous system to control of normal movement and movement dysfunction. Emphasis is placed on the use of correct terminology, neuromuscular function and rehabilitation of movement dysfunction.

Credit Hours
Additional Prerequisites

Enrollment in the Physical Therapist Assistant program

School of Health Professions