Neuromuscular Reeducation
2018-2019 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Spring Addendum
   

APH 5551 - Neuromuscular Reeducation


This course teaches the elements of kinesiological movement science and how control of movement is distorted by different clinical conditions. The course includes the elements of (a) trigger point, (b) posture, and (c) motor control / coordination assessment. Methods for using psychophysiological recording techniques for assessment of movement related disorders and postural problems are illustrated. The impact of poor posture and improper sequencing of muscle motions as well as of improper levels of tension on development and sustainment of various pain problems such as tension headaches and low back pain are discussed. Techniques for using sEMG biofeedback and other psychophysiological techniques to correct these problems are illustrated. Issues of which techniques should be applied by which types of professionals given various training and scopes of practice are discussed.  Prerequisite(s): APH 5071  and APH 5101   3.0 credit(s)
Course Length: 8 weeks. 1 day RC required