The aim of this unit of study is for students to apply the knowledge, skills and reasoning gained during their coursework and clinical practice, to sport and recreational activities. Students will integrate this knowledge with advanced instruction in the biomechanics and physiology of sporting activities to design injury prevention/screening programs, develop injury management programs to facilitate patients successful return to sport and recreational activities. Students will expand their knowledge regarding the management of common injuries to include serious and catastrophic injuries in both on-field and long-term situations.
|Academic unit||Movement Sciences|
At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:
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