Special Topics in Kinesiology; Principles and Applications of Exercise Rehabilitation

Prerequisites: KNES300/KNES300H and KNES360/KNES360H. Students will learn the basic principles of exercise and rehabilitation of commonly seen injuries in a clinical setting. They will also learn basic assessment techniques, review normal ranges of motion, and determine how the function of the muscles directly affects the rehabilitation process.

Sister Courses: KNES498, KNES498A, KNES498C, KNES498D, KNES498F, KNES498G, KNES498J, KNES498K, KNES498L, KNES498M, KNES498N, KNES498O, KNES498Q, KNES498V, KNES498W, KNES498Y

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