ATR 320 Prevention/Assessment of the Upper Extremity
The goals of this course are to provide the student with a thorough understanding of orthopedic evaluation as well as common athletic injuries that are related to the upper extremity. Other topics of study include, but not limited to, specific conditions related to the upper extremity, systematic evaluation procedures, differential diagnosis, and documentation procedures. As a measurable outcome of this course, the student must demonstrate success outcomes (70% or higher) on all exams and written assignments.
Prerequisite(s): ATR 250 /ATR 255 , BIO 130 /BIO 135 or BIO 205 /BIO 215 (with a minimum grade of “C”). Concurrent with: ATR 325 and BIO 131 /BIO 136 or BIO 206 /BIO 216 .
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