This course provides the opportunity for students to understand the potential, and limitations, of exercise as a tool for clinical rehabilitation in patients with neurological disorders. Specific information about a range of neuromuscular disorders is provided, and students are encouraged to apply their knowledge to case studies and scenarios in order to develop the scientific and clinical attributes necessary to contribute effectively to a neuromuscular rehabilitation team. This course offers a mixture of traditional and interactive/case study approaches to learning and includes a series of simulated case study learning sessions that emphasise the application of theory to clinical situations. These simulated case study learning sessions are designed as a bridge between the lifestyle change project with an apparently healthy client in HESC3504 and the year 4 clinical practicum courses in the workplace.
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