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Fall 2020 Physical Therapy M8315 section 081
SOFT TISSUE MOBILIZATION

Call Number 20448
Points 2
Grading Mode Standard
Approvals Required None
Instructors Christopher K Wong
Debra Krasinski
Type HYBRID ONLIN
Method of Instruction Hybrid > 80%
Course Description This course provides the basic principles of and evidence supporting several forms of soft tissue mobilization. Great emphasis is placed on the development of manual skills required to perform safe and effective soft tissue interventions in the clinical setting. Students in this course will develop knowledge of and skills in performing soft tissue interventions used in physical therapy for upper-extremity, lower-extremity, and trunk dysfunctions. The basic physiologic principles and the evidence-base supporting varying soft tissue interventions will be presented and discussed as will the clinical decision making that leads to appropriate integration of soft tissue interventions into the plan of care for the individual patient/client. Significant laboratory time will be spent and particular emphasis will be placed on developing manual skills to perform safe, effective, and professional soft tissue interventions in a clinical setting
Web Site Vergil
Department Physical Therapy
Enrollment 61 students (70 max) as of 8:02AM Sunday, March 7, 2021
Subject Physical Therapy
Number M8315
Section 081
Division College of Physicians and Surgeons: Physical Therapy
Campus Health Science
Section key 20203PHYT8315M081

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