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Fractures, Treatment and Rehab I – Fractures in Children Upper Extremity

In this core course, students will study how fractures in children differ from fractures in adults. They will understand the anatomy, biomechanics, and physiology of a child’s skeleton and view the differences in fracture patterns, difficulties in diagnoses, and the various treatment methods associated with injuries. Some areas of study include: fractures in special circumstances, different bone fractures of the body, emergence fracture reduction, and accident prevention. This course will focus primarily on the upper extremity of a child’s musculoskeletal system.

Fractures, Treatment and Rehab I – Fractures in Children Lower Extremity

In this core course, students will study how fractures in children differ from fractures in adults. They will understand the anatomy, biomechanics, and physiology of a child’s skeleton and view the differences in fracture patterns, difficulties in diagnoses, and the various treatment methods associated with injuries. Some areas of study include, fractures in special circumstances, different bone fractures of the body, emergence fracture reduction, and accident prevention. This course will focus primarily on the lower extremity of a child’s musculoskeletal system.

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