6 credits The study of biomechanic principles involved in human movement. Includes structure and functions of joints and muscle groups and characteristics of normal posture and gait. Pathologies basic to each specific joint are reviewed. [SPRING] Course Fee. Four-and-one-half hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week. Prerequisite(s):PTA 101+, BIO 211+, MAT 113+, ENG 101+, PSC 150. Corequisite:PTA 102+.