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ATR 511 - Interventions II: Manual Therapies

Lecture course to introduce the future clinician to the concepts of manual therapy. Topics include mechanical and neurological adaptations to injury and responses to specific treatments. Theories and treatment rational for interventions will be discussed and will include: massage, myofascial manipulation, joint manipulation, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, kinesiology taping and dry needling. Successful completion of this course and licensure as an athletic trainer will also allow for certification in Graston Technique (M1-Basic) and kinesiology taping.

Prerequisite: ATR431

Corequisite: ATR512

Credit Hours: 4.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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