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    Aug 18, 2022  
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ASW 300 - Evaluation Techniques in Sports Medicine, 3 credit hours


Prerequisite(s): ASW 202  and BIO 203  
This course is a study of the anatomical structures of upper and lower extremity as it relates to normal surface anatomy and injury pathology including bony landmarks, ligamentous tissue and musculotendinous structures. Students will also gain an understanding of the procedures governing the care and treatment of athletic injuries as they relate different regions of the body. Additional topics will include learning general orthopedic assessment skills, injury nomenclature, diagnosing techniques, and the evaluation of posture and gait. Laboratory experience is designed to demonstrate the application of various evaluation techniques and tools utilized in diagnosing regional dysfunctions.



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