PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  • Apply knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics to diagnose and prescribe proper treatment for a patient.
  • Interpret biological pathways in terms of thermodynamics, chemistry, regulation and protein mechanisms and apply these skills to the understanding of novel pathways.
  • Differentiate the physiological metabolic processes that govern human movement and apply each of these processes to physical performance
  • Analyze of the interactions of the bone, joint, muscle and nerve morphophysiology as they affect the mechanisms of human movement
  • Illustrate disease classification and taxonomy, microbial genetics, infection, and resistance 
  • Describe the divisions of the nervous system and major brain areas and explain their functions
  • Interpret signs and symptoms elicited in a patient’s history and create a differential diagnosis
  • Determine factors of body movement, consciousness, behavior, sensory systems.
  • Create therapeutic nutritional programs and provide dietary counseling for various nutritional health disorders.
  • Demonstrate methods of joint and soft tissue examination including range of motion, kinesiological and neurological testing as well as Naprapathic palpation
  • Present a rationale for Naprapathic principles, theories and techniques
  • Application of specific Naprapathic techniques
  • Demonstrate the art of blending passive and active care of the patient, evaluation of deficits in activities of daily living, functional restoration or accommodation, and the need for patient education in the management of exercise, joint protection, and environmental and intrinsic stressors  Create an original piece of research