Analysis of Therapeutic Activities

OCTA 220

Students apply the principles and techniques required to identify and analyze motor movement in relation to the performance areas of occupation. Topics including osteology of the upper and lower extremities, synergy patterns, the musculoskeletal system, agonist/antagonist muscle groups, and innervation of the upper extremity. Manual muscle testing, goniometer, and sensory examination are reviewed. Students then apply these techniques to functional daily life activities through use of the activity analysis. Additionally, students apply concepts such as adaption, grading, and cultural implications when developing treatment programs. NOTE: Course offered less than once a year

  • Prerequisite(s) :   Admission into the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program
  • Corequisite(s) : OCTA 221 
  • Credits: 5
  • Cost: $122/billable hour + fees (in county)
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