Screenen en evalueren in de musculoskeletale revalidatie
   
Reference DMKINC02000017
Taught in Second Master of Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy - Main Subject: Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy in Musculosceletal Afflictions
Second Master of Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy - Main Subject: Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy in Musculosceletal Afflictions
Theory (A) 20.0
Exercises (B) 12.0
Training and projects (C) 0.0
Studytime (D) 90.0
Studypoints (E) 3
Level  
Credit contract? Access is determined after successful competences assessment
Examination contract? This course can not be taken through this kind of contract
Credit contract mandatory if Exam contract? Separate credit contract mandatory
Retake possible in case of permanent evaluation? Yes
Teaching Language Dutch
Lecturer Philip Roosen
Department GE24
Co-lecturers Erik Witvrouw
Lieven Danneels
Ann Cools
Key Words

Biomechanics – measuring – evaluation – screening - bilan

Position of the Course

This course offers the student physiotherapy, who made the choice for musculoskeletal rehabilitation, the necessary basis for the evaluation of a patient. Therefore the different systems, used with screening and evaluation of a patient wil be teached and discussed from a scientific and clinical point of view. As well the indications, contra-indications, limitations, interpretations as clinical translation will get a chance.

Contents

- Introduction
- Kinematics: 2D movement analysis, 3D movement analysis, accelerometry, EMG
- Kinetics: isokinetic assessment, ground reaction forces, plantar pressures
- Questionnaires

Starting Competences

Final competencies bachelor degree Rehabilitation sciences and physiotherapy.

Final Competences

- Having knowledge of the working mechanisms form the different systems and methods being used with patients screening and evaluation.
- Having knowledge of the indications, contra-indications and limitations from the systems used for screening and evaluation.
- Having insight in the results from patients screening and evaluation and the interpretation based on that.
- Being skilled in making a briefly clinical résumé based on the tests and the results in the form of a report.
- Having the right attitude for handling scientific instruments and working in lab situations.

Teaching and Learning Material

Slides

References

Course Content-Related Study Coaching

Personally after appointment

Teaching Methods

Colleges, practical work, demonstrations, supervised independent work.

Evaluation Methods

Non periodic

Examination Methods

During semester: permanent assessment of colleges, practical work, independent work and written exam at the end. Second exam period: eventually in adapted form

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