This is an introductory course to the basic patient care skills that are required to safely, effectively and efficiently initiate, complete and document a treatment program. The course is comprised of two sections: Section one includes specific treatment skills and their corresponding physiological concepts (e.g.; heat and cold modalities, their effects on the inflammatory process, healing, etc). Section two includes the skills that are required to actually treat patients (e.g.; patient positioning, use of assistive devices, gait training, verbal and written communication skills).
Corequisites: PHT 1000 and PHT 1200L and PHT 1120.
Terms Offered: Fall
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