SV47: Cadaver Anatomy Dissection
Presented By: Claudia Senesac PT, Ph.D., PCS; Mark Bishop PT, Ph..D.

12 Contact Hours - 1.20 CEUs - 12.00 PDUs
$75.00 per person
Course Description
PLEASE NOTE. This course is not the required course for students. Students must receive an access code from their instructor and register on the Clinician's View University Site. This course consists of 5 hours of video instruction and a 172 page text rated at 2.5 minutes per page (7 hours) for a total of 12 Contact Hours.This course is designed to provide comprehensive instructional detail for therapists wishing to enhance or review their study of anatomy

Step-by-step guide is combined with instructional video clips,

Videos demonstrate techniques for proper dissection, enhancing comprehension understanding of dissection techniques and anatomical structures

Video clips accurately portray the blade-angles for specific incisions. Video clips of regional dissection are divided into chapters that easily follow the step- by-step text ,
Learning Outcomes
1. Define the anatomical and biomechanical terminology and use the terminology appropriately when discussing anatomical content in the classroom and in the laboratory.
2. Identify and locate the points of osteology as referred to in the dissectors guide.
3. Discuss the joints of the body including classification and type, structures (ligaments and other) involved and their functions, and motions occurring at the joint.
4. Discuss the plexi indicating trunks, divisions, and cords from which each nerve emerges and give cord segments.
5. Trace the course of each peripheral nerve finding branches to each muscle innervated and the cutaneous branches. Indicate the area of cutaneous innervation for each cutaneous nerve in the body per region.
6. Describe, identify and locate muscle attachments, nerve supply, and primary actions of muscles in the body per region.
7. Describe, identify and locate major arterial and venous structures in the body per region.
8. Describe, identify and locate the organs in the body per region.
9. Discuss the relationship of structures in the body to one another: (arteries/veins/nerves/muscle layers/compartments/regions).
Seminar Level
Accepted by NBCOT for PDUs. Approved by the California Speech Therapy Board, 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.
Target Audience
Occupational, physical, speech therapy and other rehabilitation specialists. For special needs requests please contact us by phone or email.
Order Options
This course is only available online.
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