Cadaver Anatomy Interactive Workshops
The Department of Physical Therapy hosts 2 workshops each year, an upper and a lower limb. The upper limb is typically in November and the lower limb is typically in February.
These lecture and interactive lab workshops are designed to provide the participant with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with study of the neuromusculoskeletal and vascular structures of the limbs, utilizing multiple prosected cadavers (no dissection required).
To improve and expand on the participant’s knowledge of the anatomy of the limbs as a basis for physical therapy examination and intervention of patients with limb dysfunctions.
Physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and occupational therapists
- 8 prosected cadavers available for study (no dissection necessary)
- ~80% of the course will be hands-on and interactive
- Experienced instructor & assistants to support participants
- Positive & personal atmosphere, well suited for mastery of information