PT 6285: Neuroscience for Rehabilitation

4 Credits

This course provides foundational information about cellular and systems neuroscience needed to understand how diseases that affect the nervous system disrupt function and the mechanisms by which treatments restore function for patients. Emphasis is placed on clinical relevance of the material and students learn to apply basic principles of neuroscience, including nervous system disease based on presenting symptoms, and functional neuroanatomy, to support clinical reasoning in small group exercises.

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