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Faculty of Health Sciences
Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
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Basic Motion Analysis

Course CodeSemester Course Name LE/RC/LA Course Type Language of Instruction ECTS
FTR5012 Basic Motion Analysis 2/0/0 DE Turkish 2
Course Goals
 Describe the basic principles of anatomical, physiological and mechanical principles for motion analysis; physiotherapy and rehabilitation, and to be able to choose the methods of acting according to the specific areas of rehabilitation.
Prerequisite(s) None
Corequisite(s) None
Special Requisite(s) None
Instructor(s) Yük. Müh. Shavkat KUCHİMOV
Course Assistant(s)
Schedule This course has not been opened in the 2018-2019 fall semester
Office Hour(s) This course has not been opened in the 2018-2019 fall semester
Teaching Methods and Techniques  interactive video and analysis
Principle Sources  

1. Human Movement Explained. Butterworth-Heinemann Ldt. Linacre House, Jordan Hill, Oxford 1996.

2. Nordin M, Frankel VH. Basic Biomechanics of the Musculoskeletal System. Second Edition. Lea&Febiger , USA, 1989.

3. Soderberg GL. Kinesiology. Second Edition. William&Wilkins a Waverly Company, Baltimore, 2005.

4. Lippert LS. Clinical Kinesiology and Anatomy. Fourth Edition. F. A. Davis Company, USA, 2006.

5. Levangie PK, Norkin CC. Joint Structure and Function: a Comprehensive Analysis. Fourth Edition. F. A. Davis Company, Philadelphia, 2005.

6. Valmassy RL. Clinical Biomechanics of the Lower Extremities. Mosby, 1996. 

Other Sources
Course Schedules
Week Contents Learning Methods
1. Week Mechanical principles for motion analysis Interactive and projective demonstrations
2. Week Neurophysiological basis of movement Interactive and projective demonstrations
3. Week Methods and applications used in motion analysis Interactive and projective demonstrations
4. Week Movement analysis in healthy individuals Interactive and projective demonstrations
5. Week Movement analysis in neurological rehabilitation Interactive and projective demonstrations
6. Week Movement analysis in orthopedic rehabilitation Interactive and projective demonstrations
7. Week Midterm exam
8. Week Motion analysis in pediatric rehabilitation Interactive and projective demonstrations
9. Week Motion analysis in prosthetic orthosis applications Interactive and projective demonstrations
10. Week Movement analysis in sports physiotherapy Interactive and projective demonstrations
11. Week Discussion of examples for motion analysis Interactive and projective demonstrations
12. Week Discussion of examples for motion analysis Interactive and projective demonstrations
13. Week Motion analysis in research planning Interactive and projective demonstrations
14. Week Final
15. Week Final exam
16. Week Final exam
17. Week
Assessments
Evaluation tools Quantity Weight(%)


Program Outcomes
PO-11. Analyze the interactions of structures (cells, tissues, organs), organs, segments, construction body at the micro and macro level.
PO-22. Can measure and evaluate the human body on the basis of physical structure.
PO-33. Can determine the conditions that cause functional impairment, the extent of functional impairment and the effects of people on their lives.
PO-44. Takes an active role in consultation, patient follow-up and treatment processes in growth and developmental disorders.
PO-55. Takes an active role in consultation, patient follow-up and treatment of chronic progressive diseases (cancer, muscular diseases, nervous system diseases, metabolic diseases), reducing the effects of the disease (pain, functional impairment).
PO-66. Takes an active role in determining, predicting, preventing, following and treating the problems that come from the old age.
PO-77. Has an active role in hospitals, private clinics, health centers, rehabilitation centers, disabled and elderly care diseases and follow-up processes.
PO-88. Can act as an active role or autonomous to identify, prevent and monitor health-related risk factors.
PO-99. Improvement of disease areas and functional areas, improvement and improvement processes.
PO-1010. To make it possible to evaluate, develop and improve public health.
PO-1111. They can take an active role in project development and the related centers for the treatment of persons with disabilities, rehabilitation center, professional rehabilitation center establishment.
Learning Outcomes
LO-1From the basic knowledge of the profession, the ability to observe the basic structure and functions of the human body,
LO-2The ability to perform kinesiological analysis of movements,
LO-3The ability to decide problems,
LO-4Planning and organizational capacity for problem solving,
LO-5They will be able to assess the patient and determine their kinesiological needs.
Course Assessment Matrix:
Program Outcomes - Learning Outcomes Matrix
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