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Activation neuromusculaire

L'activation neuromusculaire est une méthode d’évaluation et de traitement des pathologies musculosquelettiques. Elle consiste à effectuer une activation neuromusculaire en suspension pour optimiser la fonction et réduire la douleur. Cette unité d'enseignement offre aux apprenants un raisonnement clinique selon des tests spécifiques afin de développer un traitement individualisé et adapté à chaque personne.

Temps présentiel : 20 heures

Charge de travail étudiant : 30 heures

Méthode(s) d'évaluation : Examen final pratique, Examen partiel

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 Diplôme de physiothérapie