This course provides a comprehensive approach to understanding the neuromusculoskeletal system specific to human movement and performance. Extensive discussion will focus on the interactions and functions of skeletal, muscle, joints and nerves. Topics of muscle insertion and origin, kinetic chains, anatomy trains, and neuromuscular function will be explored. Labs will address muscle and skeletal palpation, kinesthesis and proprioception and neuromuscular motor patterns. 4 credits. Prerequisite: BIO 225 & BIO 255, Declared BIO, NUR, SPE major or consent of instructor.
- Instructor: Bethany Zeitler