SEM39: Motor Control, Motor Learning & Motor Impairments
Presented By: Linda Kliebhan, P.T.

3.5 Contact Hours - 0.35 CEUs - 3.50 PDUs
$15.00 per person
Course Description
This program discusses current concepts in motor control and motor learning and relates these concepts to intervention strategies. Various system theories and dynamic control theories are discussed. Postural control and the importance of understanding alignment, the base of support, and the center of mass are discussed. The differences and implications of different types of muscles to postural control and movement are identified and explained.
Learning Outcomes
1. Identify the differences in motor control and motor learning theories.
2. Describe intervention strategies based on current motor control theories.
3. Identify the differences in muscle architecture and function of postural vs. movement muscles.
4. Identify areas of multisystem involvement in children with neuuromotor impairments.
Seminar Level
Level I Introductory/no prerequisites required.
Accepted by NBCOT for PDUs. Approved by the New York PT Board, California PT Board and the Illinois PT Board. For other State PT Board approvals click on CEU Course Approvals on the CEU Course Listing Page.
High Speed Internet Connection Required. Wireless connections may not be consistently fast enough to watch long video files. You may need to have your computer connected directly to your high speed modem via an internet cable.
Target Audience
Occupational, physical, and other rehabilitation specialists. For special needs requests please contact us
Order Options
This course is only available online.
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