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individuals with disabilities To request disability accommodation contact the counselor for. students with disabilities at 843 525 8228 during the first ten business days of the. academic term, COURSE OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOME, By the end of PTH 240 students will. 1 Consistently exhibit professional responsible behaviors as evidenced by adherence to. the college attendance policy and demonstrating punctuality at all times. 2 Consistently exhibit professional responsible behavior as evidenced by adherence to. the policies and procedures of the college health sciences division and physical. therapist assistant program, 3 Consistently exhibit professional responsible behavior as evidenced by timely. assignment completion and meeting of physical therapist assistant program. 4 Consistently exhibit professional responsible behavior as evidenced by adhering to the. physical therapist assistant program dress code, 5 Satisfactorily exhibit professional responsible behaviors as evidenced by a mid term. evaluation and final evaluation, 6 Identify and integrate appropriate evidence based resources into class presentations. and mock patient case study 7D10, 7 Effectively review the literature and educate fellow students via written article review.
and presentation about assigned topic or therapeutic exercise techniques 7D10. 8 Critically review the health records of a mock patient prior to carrying out the physical. therapy plan of care 7D18, 9 Demonstrate competence in effective interviewing and or chart review to collect. current information related to prior and current level of function and general health. status eg fatigue fever malaise unexplained weight change mental. function changes in state of arousal mentation cognition 7D15. 10 Demonstrate competence to recognize changes in skin condition and safety factors. while using devices and equipment 7D24 d e f, 11 Explore the International Classification of Function ICF in order to understand the. impact that health conditions have on activity levels and participation 7D16. 12 Recognize the role of physical therapy in health prevention and wellness and the. promotion of behavior change 7D27, 13 Propose several examples of prevention health wellness and fitness activities that are. within the scope of physical therapy practice 7D27. 14 Describe the Physical Activity Guidelines recommended for children adolescents. adults and individuals with disabilities 7D27, 15 Summarize steps for developing and implementing a prevention health and wellness. 16 Define range of motion ROM as it applies to muscle and joints. 17 Distinguish between types of ROM exercises based on their limitations and benefits. Reviewed by K Monstein 12 2018, Reviewed and approved by GMLevicki 1 11 2019.
18 Demonstrate competence in techniques for joint and muscle ROM using anatomical. planes of motion with correct hand placement body mechanics and procedures for. extremities and spine 7D23e h, 19 Demonstrate competence in techniques for joint and muscle ROM assessment. 20 State normal ROM and functional ROM values values for the joints of the upper and. lower extremities 7D18, 21 Demonstrate competence in Joint Integrity and Mobility detect normal and abnormal. joint movement 7D24g, 22 Demonstrate competence in documentation of ROM tone muscle mass girth and. muscle length testing for the spine and extremity joints 7D25. 23 Demonstrate competence in assessment of muscle performance measurement of. strength for the spine and extremities by manual muscle testing observe the presence. or absence of muscle mass recognize normal and abnormal muscle length and. changes in muscle tone 7D24 b h, 24 Compare the effects of isometric exercise dynamic exercise isokinetic exercise open. and closed chain exercises concentric and eccentric exercise and the rationale for. choosing which to incorporate into an exercise routine 7D23h. 25 Explain the possible causes impact of and signs symptoms of overtraining overwork. and exercise induced muscle soreness on muscle performance 7D21. 26 Assess patient responses and recognize issues pertaining to safety with resistance. training 7D21, 27 Demonstrate competence in strengthening exercise techniques using elastic bands free.
weights body parts or household items in open and closed chain for the UE LE And. trunk 7D23h, 28 Compare the use benefits and limitations of various types of resistance equipment. 29 Demonstrate competence in Aerobic Capacity and Endurance measurement of. standard vital signs recognize and monitor responses to positional changes and. activities eg orthostatic hypotension response to exercise 7D24a. 30 Demonstrate competence in recognizing the signs and symptoms that determine the. need to stop exercise testing or exercise session 7D22a. 31 Demonstrate competence in calculation of maximum heart rate target heart rate heart. rate reserve for individuals of a certain ages and differing physical. capacities 7D24a, 32 Differentiate and discuss exercise interventions to address various balance impairments. and functional limitations noted in the physical therapy plan of care 7D23h. 33 Demonstrate competence to progress balance activities exercises in response to patient. participation restrictions 7D21 7D23h, 34 Assess balance using the Berg Balance Test Functional Reach Test and Timed Up and. Go Test 7D24e, 35 Recognize fall risk factors associated with age medications environmental and health. related factors 7D21, 36 List basic goals indications and contraindications for aquatic therapeutic exercise.
Reviewed by K Monstein 12 2018, Reviewed and approved by GMLevicki 1 11 2019. 37 Explain the principles of exercise unique to the aquatic environment to design an. exercise program for patients with musculoskeletal conditions. 38 Demonstrate competence in patient client education by. Developing strategies for teaching and progressing exercises using the principles of. motor learning, Designing a preoperative patient education program for individuals planning to. undergo surgery of the musculoskeletal system, Developing a postoperative exercise program including goals and interventions for. each of the three progressive phases of rehabilitation after musculoskeletal. surgery 7D23g, 39 Demonstrate competence in Gait Locomotion and Balance will determine the safety. status and progression of patients while engaged in gait locomotion balance. wheelchair management and mobility 7D23b, 40 Identify unsafe gait and effectively communicate with appropriate parties 7D20.
41 Identify or describe common atypical gaits caused by the following. Muscle weakness or paralysis joint muscle ROM limitation unequal leg length. 42 Demonstrate competence in instruction of appropriate therapeutic exercises to address. gait or balance deficits noted in the plan of care 7D23h. 43 Explain the theories of and precautions for physiological relaxation responses. 44 Explain indications and contraindications of therapeutic exercise during partum and. post partum conditions, 45 Student will demonstrate awareness of patient and healthcare provider safety 7D27. 46 Demonstrate competence in monitoring and adjusting progressing exercise. interventions in response to patient client status and clinical indications 7D19. 47 Student will accurately document following guidelines and specific documentation. formats required by state practice acts the practice setting and other regulatory. agencies 7D25, 48 Design a progressive exercise program for patients with specific clinical presentations. 49 Determine when an intervention should not be performed 7D21. 50 Demonstrate competence in application of braces or assistive adaptive devices or. prosthetic and orthotic devices with therapeutic exercise 7D23b. 51 Demonstrate awareness of application and removal of dressing or agents and. identification of precautions for dressing removal D723i. denotes crucial objective, CAPTE curriculum element. COURSE TOPIC OUTLINE, 1 Therapeutic Exercises Foundational Concepts. 2 Prevention Health and Wellness, 3 Range of Motion.
4 Goniometry and Muscle Length Testing, 5 Muscle Strength assessment. Reviewed by K Monstein 12 2018, Reviewed and approved by GMLevicki 1 11 2019. 6 Resistance Exercise for Impaired Muscle Performance. 7 Principles of Aerobic Exercise, 8 Exercise for Impaired Balance. 9 Aquatic Exercise, 10 Pre and Post Operative Management. 11 Gait and Therapeutic Exercise, 12 Relaxation Exercise.
13 Exercise Intervention by Body Region, COURSE REQUIREMENTS. CLASSROOM REQUIREMENTS, Technical requirements include but are not limited to. PC or Mac computer access, Internet access with a 56K modem but it is highly recommended that you have DSL. or High Speed Cable Internet Access, 64 MB system RAM 200 MB free hard disk space or sufficient storage. Reliable e mail account access and Internet provider. CD ROM DVD capabilities, Scanning capabilities, Webcam and microphone.
Microsoft Office can be downloaded for free by accessing the Office 365 link in your. TCL email account, For this course to run properly the student is expected to be prepared for each class. including but not limited to, Completing assignments. Participation in class activities, Participation in service learning. COURSE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES, TEACHING METHODS AND LEARNING EXPERIENCES. Course objectives will be met through lecture peer instruction service learning case studies. cooperative learning and discussion utilizing various media to maximize the clinical relevance. of the material presented, ASSIGNMENT COMPLETION, 1 Students are expected to complete all course assignments and activities that are.
assigned Students who fail to complete course assignments and activities will. be put on a learning contract in an effort to remediate this behavior Students. Reviewed by K Monstein 12 2018, Reviewed and approved by GMLevicki 1 11 2019. that fail to fulfill the terms of the learning contract will be withdrawn from the. Physical Therapist Assistant program If students do not complete all assigned. activities by the end of the course the student will be given an incomplete for. the class Students with an incomplete may not progress in the program and will. be withdrawn from the PTA program Each student will be expected to access. any online portion of the class at least once a week and complete weekly. assignments on time Additional access is encouraged and may be. necessary for announcements and successful completion of the class. GROUP ASSIGNMENTS, Students may be given assignments that require pair or group work Students are expected to. contribute equally to the final product turned in for evaluation grading Students that do not or. cannot provide supporting information as to the degree of participation in the pair or group. project assignments will be subject to grade reduction at the discretion of the instructor. Students that are found to be deficient in this area will be put on a learning contract in an effort. to remediate this behavior Students that fail to fulfill the terms of the learning contract will be. withdrawn from the Physical Therapist Assistant program. PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIORS RESPONSIBILITIES, Students are expected to exhibit professional responsible behavior at all times These. behaviors include but are not limited to the following. 1 Punctuality as evidenced by adherence to the college attendance policy. 2 Attendance as evidenced by adherence to the college attendance policy. 3 Effective use of class and lab time as evidenced by student seeking out independent. learning experiences and completing pre class assignments. 4 Timely assignment completion as evidenced by turning in assignments on or before. their due dates, 5 Meeting program deadlines as evidenced by adherence to the Health Sciences Division. and Physical Therapist Assistant handbook, 6 Demonstration of the ability to be a cooperative and contributing member of the class.
as evidenced by courteous and respectful behavior, 7 Communicating effectively and appropriately as evidenced by clear concise and. unambiguous verbal and written communications, 8 Using the scientific method in problem solving as evidenced by problem identification. and solution formulation without excessive prompting by the instructor. 9 Demonstrating the ability to accept constructive feedback as evidenced by reciprocal. communication and professional growth Temperament is of a controlled and. respectful manner, 10 Demonstrating emotional maturity and stability. 11 Demonstrating the ability to be flexible when encountering unexpected situations. 12 Displaying honesty and integrity as evidenced by forthright behavior with peers. faculty and staff, Reviewed by K Monstein 12 2018, Reviewed and approved by GMLevicki 1 11 2019. 13 Demonstrating appropriate level of self confidence per the level of didactic and. laboratory material as evidenced by self recognition of limits and asking for assistance. when appropriate, 14 Complying with rules of the classroom lab and building as evidenced by adherence to.
the policies and procedures of the College Health Sciences Division and Physical. Therapy Program, Students that are found to be deficient in this area will be put on a learning contract in an effort. to remediate this behavior Students that fail to fulfill the terms of the learning contract will be. Therapeutic Exercise Applications Credit hours 5 Course Catalog description This course provides the practical application of therapeutic exercise Semester Year SP 2019 Course pre requisites PTH 101 PTH 235 Course co requisites PTH 205 Department Health Sciences Instructors Dr Karen Monstein PT MS DPT Clock hours lecture and laboratory Lecture 4 Lab 3

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