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OT Assistant


Rehab 162

Coordination and Proprioception


3.0

  • Describe the nature and complexity of "coordinated movement"
  • Describe and objectively measure disorders of coordination
  • Explain elements of neuromuscular control and functional stability
  • Define proprioception
  • Describe the importance of proprioception and its contribution to normal movement
  • Define common disorders of proprioception
  • Rationalize the important role of ligaments in position sense
  • Recognize, perform and analyze various therapeutic interventions that focus on proprioceptive deficits
  • Differentiate and apply methods of problem-solving, multitasking, cognitive overlays, and multistep commands to improve coordination

Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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$57.00 USD


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