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HPER 324. A T Clinical Experience IV. 2 Hours.

Students will be assigned to clinical rotations during this clinical course. Students in the HPER 324 clinical will have taken HPER 307 in addition to the required courses for HPER 129, 223, and HPER 323. The competencies and clinical integrated proficiencies for this clinical course are based on content knowledge and psychomotor skills taught in previous courses. The emphasis of this clinical course includes the content areas of clinical evaluation of medical conditions, injuries with experience in evaluation of injuries to upper extremity, lower extremity, head, neck, and spine in addition to the evaluation skills students remain to be active in their implementation of therapeutic modalities through the practice of treating the entire patient and with clinical integration of skills and knowledge. Evidence based practice is a focus in this clinical with evidence based practice performing a literature search on topics of prevention and health promotion, which includes risk management/prevention/nutrition and psychosocial intervention. Prerequisites: Student must take HPER 307 and 323 and junior status before enrolling in this class.