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Fall 2020 Physical Therapy M8100 section 081
|Method of Instruction||Hybrid > 80%|
|Course Description||This intensive 15-week course during the first semester of the DPT curriculum provides students with detailed coverage of human anatomy through lecture and cadaver dissection. The focus of the course is on structure and the integral relationship between structure and function. A comprehensive understanding of normal structure and function provides the foundation for understanding abnormal structure and function. Both the lecture and laboratory components of the course are critical to success in the program and as a competent entry-level clinician. This course uses a regional approach to study the gross anatomical structures of the human body, with emphasis on the musculoskeletal system and its associated vascular and neural elements. The structure of synovial joints and their soft tissue support systems will be addressed. The thoracic, abdominal, and pelvic cavities will be explored. Aspects of structure and function as they relate to clinical correlates will be highlighted throughout the course.|
|Enrollment||75 students (82 max) as of 8:02AM Sunday, March 7, 2021|
|Division||College of Physicians and Surgeons: Physical Therapy|
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