Dec 01, 2022  
2022–2023 University Catalog/Handbook (Fall) 
    
2022–2023 University Catalog/Handbook (Fall)
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BSC 7101 - Application of Motor Control and Motor Learning Theory to Neurologic Interventions

Hours: 2
In this course the student will examine current research and theories in motor control and motor learning and their relationship to examination and intervention in patients with neurologic dysfunction. Students will examine neuroanatomical structures, functions, and neuroplasticity of the nervous system as they relate to motor control tasks. Specific motor control issues in balance, gait, and upper extremity will be examined and discussed. Students will identify and explain the influence of impairments on motor dysfunction and a patient’s motor control. 



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