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Orthopedic Evaluation and Intervention

Introduces administration of biomechanical evaluation of the upper quadrant, hand and selected other orthopedic conditions; documentation and interpretation of assessment findings; planning and implementation of biomechanical occupational therapy interventions; and fabrication of upper extremity orthocis for persons with physical dysfunctions. Integrates principles and procedures of therapeutic exercises, purposeful activity, independent living skills, and prevention as they contribute to overall performance areas.

Course #
OT-GE 2741
Units
3
Term
Fall
Department

Professors

Sally Poole

Program Director of the MS in Occupational Therapy; Clinical Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy

sp3@nyu.edu