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OTAC 1155 – Movement for Occupations

Credits: 3

Course Description:

This course focuses on learning about muscle function, muscle strength, muscle endurance, functions of joints and bones, innervations and the movement needed to allow people to complete their everyday occupations. Students will examine types of muscle contractions and joint movements during occupation based activities through muscle activity analysis. The students will identify evidence based practice treatment ideas for various health conditions that affect the neuromusculoskeletal system. The students will have opportunities for independent and active learning through-out the course with emphasis on skills for lifelong learning.

Prerequisite(s):

OTAC1001, PSYC2201, BIOL2260, HLTH1106.

Lec/Lab/OJT

1/2/0

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