PTRS 851: Control of Human Movement (2)

Will combine the physiological, neurological and psychological factors that contribute to the control of voluntary movement and the learning of motor skills. Changes over the life span, as well as changes secondary to pathology will be covered, with emphasis on the effects of brain damage. The development of the control of movement, neuroplasticity, and the effects of practice will be discussed. The course will focus on the relationship of our scientific knowledge in motor control and motor learning to the practice of physical therapy. Prerequisite: For the DPT program: Successful completion of the first 4 semesters of the DPT curriculum, or permission of instructor. For the post-professional DPT program: Admission into the program, or consent of instructor. LEC
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