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OT 885 Physical Determinants of Occupation II


This course analyzes human occupation from the perspective of its anatomical, physiological and biomechanical dimensions. The course will focus on intervention methods used in physical rehabilitation to enable occupation in musculoskeletal conditions. The course is designed to build on concepts introduced in OT881 and will use an integrated case study format to further develop an understanding of movement of the human body as it relates to occupation. Theoretical frameworks and evidence‐ informed practice approaches and interventions will be addressed in class and weekly lab sessions. (3 credit units) Prerequisite: OT881 Contact Hours: 36