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Position Sense Changes with Aging

Course #: 03-499

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CE Credit Hours: 2.00 Continuing Education Credit Hours

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CEU Course Description

 

Development of clinical neurological assessments aimed at separating normal from abnormal capabilities requires a comprehensive understanding of how basic neurological functions change with increasing age across adulthood.  This CEU course quantifies whether upper limb position sense deteriorates with increasing age, and generates a set of normative data that can be used for future comparisons with clinical populations.

 

CEU Course Syllabus

 

  Position Sense Overview     0.34 Contact Hours  
  Study Overview   0.56 Contact Hours
  Results   0.44 Contact Hours
  Discussion and Conclusion     0.66 Contact Hours

Total = 2 Contact Hours

Instructional level:  Basic

This article is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License. The authors listed are the original authors and no changes were made. The article is from BioMed Central. 

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