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2011 - Summer

Graduate School (GR)

Physical Therapy (PT)


PT 6107
Emerging Topics in P. T.
6107   Emerging Topics in Physical Therapy                        
Prerequisite(s): Semester II courses.
   The purpose of this course is to provide the students with lectures and interaction with a distinguished visiting professor. The topics and scholars are chosen annually by the faculty. Typically two visiting scholars provide a daylong interaction with the students. Topics include current issues in the practice and profession of physical therapy.
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01Open2525N/A17949TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA1Regular
Michael J. Walker
Josef H. Moore
Start Date: 05/31/2011; End Date: 12/09/2011


PT 6121
Evidence Based Practice II
6121   Evidence Based Practice II                                  
Prerequisite(s): Semester I courses.
   The purpose of this course is to prepare and equip uniformed services physical therapists with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to practice evidence-based physical therapy throughout their career. This is the second of a 4-part course (EBP I - IV) that develops the elements that serve as the foundation of evidence-based practice. This course builds upon the foundation established in EBP I. EBT II focuses on the concepts of evidence-based practice with particular emphasis on critical appraisal of the literature. The evaluative approach to diagnostic tests and screening tools will prepare the students to judge the evidence on the accuracy and validity of diagnostic tests and the application of important diagnostic tests in the care of a specific patient. The evaluative approach to studies of treatment and intervention will prepare the student to judge the evidence on clinical trials and systematic reviews. In addition, discussions on how the clinician proceeds in the absence of evidence will occur. The focus of this course will be on the tests and intervention used in patients with musculoskeletal disorders.
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01Closed250N/A17950TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA1Regular
John D. Childs
Michael J. Walker
Start Date: 05/31/2011; End Date: 12/09/2011


PT 6151
Pharmacology Phys.Therapists
6151   Pharmacology for Physical Therapists                        
Prerequisite(s): Semester I courses.
   The purpose of this course is to prepare uniformed services physical therapists for their role as physician extenders by providing instruction in general pharmacologic principles, drugs prescribed by physical therapists, drugs with significant impact on physical therapy practice and issues related to drug prescription.
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01Closed250N/A17951TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA1Regular
John D. Childs
Michael J. Walker
Start Date: 05/31/2011; End Date: 12/09/2011


PT 6204
Diagnostic Imaging & Procedure
6204   Diagnostic Imaging and Procedures
Prerequisite(s): Semester I courses.
   An eclectic collection of topics related to issues in radiology and nuclear medicine. The emphasis is placed on musculoskeletal imaging with plain films, CT scans and MRI. In addition instruction in medical laboratory diagnostic tests for physical therapists is provided. Lecture and laboratory work in electrophysiologic testing (EMG & NCV) is conducted.
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01Closed250N/A17952TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA2Regular
Michael J. Walker
Start Date: 05/31/2011; End Date: 12/09/2011


PT 6241
Clinical Medicine II
6241   Clinical Medicine II                                        
Prerequisite(s): Semester I courses.  
   An eclectic collection of topics related to general and specific review of systems, somatic and drug treatment in psychiatry, substance abuse, endocrine disorders, mastectomy, cultural variations and musculoskeletal dysfunction associated with pregnancy.
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01Closed250N/A17953TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA2Regular
Michael J. Walker
Start Date: 05/31/2011; End Date: 12/09/2011


PT 6402
Musculoskeletal PTII-Spine
6402   Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy II - Spine                
Prerequisite(s): Semester I courses.
   An introduction to the biomechanics, kinesiology, and specific terminology of spinal movement. An integrated model of physical therapy evaluation of spinal disorders will be presented. A treatment regimen of manual therapy (muscle energy techniques, mobilization, and manipulation) combined with patient education and exercise will build upon the models previously presented in PT 6150 and PT 6501 courses.
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01Closed250N/A17954TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA4Regular
Michael J. Walker
Start Date: 05/31/2011; End Date: 12/09/2011


PT 6411
Anatomy II
6411   Anatomy II                                                  
Prerequisite(s): Semester I courses.
   An in depth study of the back, thoracic wall, abdominal wall, anterior thoraco-lumbar spine, anterior cervical spine, shoulder, arm, forearm and hand. A discussion of the facial, TMJ structures, and the genitourinary system in an appropriate context for a physical therapist.
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01Closed250N/A17955TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA4Regular
Thomas G. Sutlive
Michael J. Walker
Start Date: 05/31/2011; End Date: 12/09/2011


PT 6503
Muscul PT III - Upper Member
6503   Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy III - Upper Member        
Prerequisite(s): Semester I courses.
   This course consists of approximately forty-six hours of lecture and lab on biomechanics, examination, and treatment of the shoulder and fifty-six hours of lecture and lab on biomechanics, examination, and treatment of the elbow, wrist, and hand. The purpose of this course is to prepare the physical therapy student to independently perform an examination and design an appropriate intervention program for a patient with upper extremity disorders. To meet this objective, the student must have a thorough understanding of the anatomy and biomechanics of the upper member. In addition, the student needs to be aware of the many conditions that can cause upper extremity problems and the principles followed in the design of the intervention program. This course will systematically provide instruction in the above areas.
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01Closed250N/A17956TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA5Regular
Michael J. Walker
Josef H. Moore
Start Date: 05/31/2011; End Date: 12/09/2011


PT 6760
Physical Therapy Practice I
6760   Physical Therapy Practice I                                
Prerequisite(s): Semester II courses.
   A full-time eight-week clinical experience at carefully selected medical treatment facilities occurring at the conclusion of the second semester. The emphasis of the experience is in the management of patients in a musculoskeletal, acute care, or in-patient orthopedic rehabilitation environments. A heavy emphasis of this clinical experience is for student integration of fundamental physical therapy skills and management of the musculoskeletal system.
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01Closed250N/A17957TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA7Regular
Michael J. Walker
Todd C. Sander
Start Date: 05/31/2011; End Date: 12/09/2011


PT 6V98
Physical Therapy Internship
6V98   Physical Therapy Internship                                
Prerequisite(s): Semester IV courses and successful completion of comprehensive oral examinations.
   Directed experience in physical therapy clinical settings. The internship experience is designed to broaden and increase the depth of clinical practice to bring the student to the level of an independently practicing doctor of physical therapy. In order to achieve this level of experience, the internship will require both focused and non-focused experiences in a wide range of clinical practice environments.
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01Open241N/A17948TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA0 - 40Practicum
Shane L. Koppenhaver
Todd C. Sander
Start Date: 07/25/2011; End Date: 08/03/2012
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