Movement in Occupations | Spalding University Catalog

OT-515: Movement in Occupations

4 credit hours
Analyzes client factors of structure and applied functional movement principles of the musculoskeletal system related to occupational therapy intervention including kinesiology and biomechanics. Evaluation procedures including manual muscle testing, range of motion, and other related skills are presented. Students will demonstrate safety of self and others in training to enhance functional mobility, including physical transfers.

Prerequisite courses:OT-510 HS-515