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San José State University CASA/Kinesiology KIN 194, Therapeutic Exercise Labs, Section 2/3, Fall 2012 Instructor: Office Location: Telephone: Email: O...
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San José State University CASA/Kinesiology KIN 194, Therapeutic Exercise Labs, Section 2/3, Fall 2012 Instructor: Office Location: Telephone: Email: Office Hours: Class Days/Time: Classroom:

Prerequisites:

Sonja Askew Spartan Complex 75 N/A [email protected] Email to arrange Lecture: Monday and Wednesday 10:30am-11:20am Lab: Monday and Wednesday 8:30-10:20am Lecture: DMH 348 Lab: SPX 75 KIN 191A,B,& KIN 195

Course Description This course is an introduction to the theoretical and clinical basis for the use of therapeutic exercise in rehabilitation settings. The basic biomechanics, indications, contraindications, and proper application procedures of therapeutic exercise associated with injury rehabilitation will be introduced.

Course Goals and Student Learning Objectives At the end of a Bachelor of Science degree program in the Department of Kinesiology students should be able to: •

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To obtain a critical understanding and the ability to apply theoretical and scientific knowledge from the subdisciplines in kinesiology for personal fitness, healthy lifestyles, sport, and/or therapeutic rehabilitation. To effectively communicate the essential theories, scientific applications, and ethical considerations related to kinesiology. To apply scholarship and practice of different movement forms to enhance movement competence in kinesiology. To recognize and apply sustainable approaches as they relate to kinesiology. To identify social justice and equity issues related to kinesiology for various populations

Following the completion of this course, students will understand and apply: Therapeutic Exercise Lab, Section 02 & 03, Fall Semester, 2012

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The normal physiological responses of the human body to trauma, the physiological process of wound healing and tissue repair, the effects of trauma and inactivity on specific body tissues and implications for the selection and use of therapeutic exercises in rehabilitation. The theoretical and scientific bases associated with the use of therapeutic exercises in the rehabilitation process. Knowledge and skills related to the development of basic components of a comprehensive rehabilitation program, including determination of therapeutic goals and objectives, selection of therapeutic exercises, methods of evaluating and recording rehabilitation progress and development of criteria for progression and return to competition or activities of daily living. Physiological effects, therapeutic indications and contraindications associated with the use of passive, active, active-assisted, resistive (isometric, isotonic, isokinetic) and cardiorespiratory exercise. The theories and application of principles associated with the use of therapeutic exercise techniques including: manual muscle testing, cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, resistance exercise, plyometrics, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, joint mobilization, core stabilization, balance/proprioception, agility and aquatic therapy. Principles associated with psychological issues, ethical standards, and diverse populations relative to therapeutic exercise.

Required Texts/Readings Suggested Textbooks: Kisner, C. & Colby, L.A. (2007). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.

Therapeutic Exercise: Foundations and Techniques, 5th Edition.

Prentice, W. (2011). Rehabilitation Techniques for Sports Medicine and Athletic Training, 5th Edition. New York: McGraw Hill.

Classroom Protocol and Studying Tips            

Arrive on time!!! Turn cell phones off or to silent. IPods should be stowed away. Laptops should be used for note taking, not for other class work or surfing the web. No eating. Wear appropriate (athletic) attire that will not inhibit class participation. No hats or hooded sweatshirts during quizzes or tests. No talking during quizzes or tests. Read the chapter before coming to class. Outline the chapter, do not rely on the power point, it is just a skeleton for the information. Medical dictionaries help tremendously. Be sure to check Desire to Learn on a daily basis!!!

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Dropping and Adding Students are responsible for understanding the policies and procedures about add/drops, academic renewal, etc. Information on add/drops are available at http://info.sjsu.edu/webdbgen/narr/soc-fall/rec-298.html. Information about late drop is available at http://www.sjsu.edu/sac/advising/latedrops/policy/ . Students should be aware of the current deadlines and penalties for adding and dropping classes. Assignments and Grading Policy Students will be evaluated by the following methods: 1) Written Examinations There will be 2 exams and a final, each worth 100 points. The final will be cumulative combining the lab and lecture sections worth 200 points. (PLO 2, SLOs 1-5) 2) Laboratory Assignments There will be a total of 14 laboratory assignments distributed in laboratory sections during the semester. These assignments are generally designed for completion during scheduled laboratory class time. Additional information relative to these assignments will be distributed and discussed in class. Each laboratory assignment will be worth 10 points. (SLOs 3, 5) 3) Quizzes There will be a total of 5 quizzes. They are unannounced and worth 10 points. (SLOs 1-5) Grading Scale A 92%-100% A90%-91% B+ 88%-89% B 82%-87% B80%-81% C+ 78%-79%

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72%-77% 70%-71% 68%-69% 62%-67% 60%-61% 0%-59%

*NOTE: Make-up assignments and/or, quizzes, and exams are not permitted except under EXTREME extenuating circumstances at the discretion of the instructor. This syllabus is subject to change. In the event a change is necessary, the instructor will do everything possible to provide enough time so the student can plan accordingly. Absences In the event that you have to miss class, it is your responsibility to obtain all missed work, assignments, or any other required readings or lectures from the instructor or a fellow classmate.

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University Policies Academic integrity

Students should know that the University’s Academic Integrity Policy is availabe at http://www.sa.sjsu.edu/download/judicial_affairs/Academic_Integrity_Policy_S07-2.pdf. Your own commitment to learning, as evidenced by your enrollment at San Jose State University and the University’s integrity policy, require you to be honest in all your academic course work. Faculty members are required to report all infractions to the office of Student Conduct and Ethical Development. The website for Student Conduct and Ethical Development is available at http://www.sa.sjsu.edu/judicial_affairs/index.html. Instances of academic dishonesty will not be tolerated. Cheating on exams or plagiarism (presenting the work of another as your own, or the use of another person’s ideas without giving proper credit) will result in a failing grade and sanctions by the University. For this class, all assignments are to be completed by the individual student unless otherwise specified. If you would like to include in your assignment any material you have submitted, or plan to submit for another class, please note that SJSU’s Academic Policy F06-1 requires approval of instructors. Campus Policy in Compliance with the American Disabilities Act

If you need course adaptations or accommodations because of a disability, or if you need to make special arrangements in case the building must be evacuated, please make an appointment with me as soon as possible, or see me during office hours. Presidential Directive 97-03 requires that students with disabilities requesting accommodations must register with the DRC (Disability Resource Center) to establish a record of their disability.

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KIN 194 THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE LABS Table 1 Course Schedule

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Date

Topics, Readings, Assignments, Deadlines

1

Week of 8/27/12

Evaluation Process & Developing a Rehabilitation Protocol

2

Week of 9/3/12

3

Week of 9/10/12

Labor Day – no lab Monday (Mon Lab may come to Wed Lab) Restoring ROM & Improving Flexibility Joint Mobilizations

4

Week of 9/17/12

Joint Mobilizations

5

Week of 9/24/12 Week of 10/1/12

Regaining Muscle Strength, Endurance & Power

7

Week of 10/8/12

Reestablishing Neuromuscular Control & PNF

8

Week of 10/15/12

Kettlebells & Plyometrics

9

Week of 10/22/12

Foot/Ankle Rehabilitation &Gait Analysis Video

10

Week of 10/29/12

Knee/Hip/Groin/Thigh Rehabilitations

11

Week of 11/5/12

Exam #2

12

Week of 11/12/12

Veteran’s Day – no lab Monday (Mon Lab may come to Wed Lab) Shoulder Rehabilitation & TRX

13

Week of 11/19/12

Shoulder Rehabilitation continued & Elbow Rehabilitation

14

Week of 11/26/12

Lumbar Spine & Core Rehabilitation (Pillar Core Strengthen Video)

15

Week of 12/3/12 12/5/12

Other rehabilitation considerations (Concussion Rehab, Aquatic Rehab, When to refer, etc…) Review

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Exam #1

Week

Date

Final Exam

12/10/12 12/12/12 12/17/12

Topics, Readings, Assignments, Deadlines Review Wednesday Lab Final Monday Lab Final