Anatomy in vivo Group 1 (ILV)Back
|Semester of degree program||Semester 2|
|Mode of delivery||Presencecourse|
|Language of instruction||German|
Students know the palpation, can proceed structured and can be diagnostically and therapeutically important physio palpate structures and differentiate. You can (eg muscle tone) recognize the differences in the quality of the palpated structures and perform the functional examination of the peripheral joints and interpret.
PT 1 to PT 6
Foundations, palpation shoulder girdle, scapula and muscles soft tissue techniques SchultergürtelPalpation and functional examination elbows and muscles, elbow (eg tennis elbow) palpation and functional examination wrist, hand, MuskulaturPalpation and functional examination pelvis, hip, MuskulaturPalpation and function study knee, MuskulaturPalpation and functional examination ankle, foot, muscles, tendons and bands
Reichert, B. (2007). Anatomie in vivo, Band 2: palpieren und verstehen im Bereich Rumpf und Kopf. Stuttgart: Thieme Verlag.