OTH 212 - Clinical Lab: Technology, Splinting, Modalities
Semester Hours: 2
This summer course gives students the opportunity to apply knowledge and skills from the previous two semesters. The teaching-learning activities emphasize “hands-on” experiences where students work with materials, supplies and equipment used in occupational therapy practice settings. Underlying theory related to use of physical agent modalities as a preparatory activity for participation in occupation, as well as evidence related to use and fabrication of orthotics will be explored.
Prerequisites: OTH 206 , 207 , 208 , 209 , 210 , and 211 .
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