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This course provides students with the basis for understanding normal human movement. Emphasis is on biomechanics, joint structure, muscle physiology, muscle activity, exercise physiology and neurophysiology. Students explore the interaction between the systems that produce normal human movement and begin to consider how movement is affected by pathological conditions.(3 credits)