OTH 618: Evaluation and Intervention: Adult Physical Rehabilitation II with Lab

This course explores the evaluation and intervention of adults with chronic and co-morbid conditions across a variety of physical rehabilitation treatment settings. Students engage in client centered and evidence based evaluation, intervention and documentation of a variety of conditions impacting occupational performance including but not limited to cardiovascular, respiratory, and musculoskeletal in preparation for Level II fieldwork. Therapeutic interventions for individuals, populations and groups that consider health promotion, prevention and wellness are discussed and developed. The laboratory sessions focus on the development of therapeutic use of self and clinical reasoning to apply evaluation and intervention planning skills to enhance occupational performance. Clinical documentation skills are applied to case based learning with the use of the EHR.