HRS 2365 - CASE STUDIES OF PERSONS WITH NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS
Minimum Credits: 3
Maximum Credits: 3
A series of cases will be presented with interactive discussion related to interventions that have been shown to demonstrate evidence and efficacy to address the person’s functional limitations and impairments. Students will be responsible for preparing for the case prior to each session and will bring ‘evidence’ to support ideas for intervention. Innovative physical therapy and medical interventions will be discussed. Lecture and interactive discussion are the teaching methods of choice. Advanced clinicians will participate in the course to bring ‘real life’ cases to the course.
Academic Career: Graduate
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: Grad Letter Grade
Course Requirements: SBPLAN: Musculoskeletal Phys Therapy (Health and Rehabilitation Scs-MS) or Neuromuscular Physical Therapy (Health and Rehabilitation Scs-MS)
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