Study Programmes 2015-2016
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Marc Vanderthommen

Learning units :  
 
EDPH0681-1 Operational aspects of adapted physical activity, including palpatory anatomy of the limbs and spine, including the head and neck Holder
EDPH0682-1 Programming of adapted physical activities (geriatrics, pathologies ...) Holder
KINE0510-1 Introduction to physiotherapy and rehabilitation Holder
KINE0540-1 Sports and rehabilitation activities adapted to handicaps Holder
KINE0547-1 Multidisciplinary approach to physiotherapy treatments at the patients bedside Holder
KINE0642-1 Basics motor and psychomotor activities - practice Holder
KINE0646-1 Basics motor and psychomotor activities Holder
LOCO0641-1 Electrophysiotherapy Holder
MSTG0520-1 Training courses (specific physiotherapy, locomotor apparatus - parts : I and II) Holder
MSTG0530-2 Training courses of physiotherapy (part I) Holder
MSTG0540-2 Training courses of physiotherapy (part II) Holder
NERF0535-2 Multidisciplinary approach to the nervous system (physiotherapy) - Theory Holder
- Part 1 : Physiotherapy
- Part 2 : Electrotherapy
- Part 3 : Neuropediatrics rehabilities
PSYC1132-1 Psychomotility Holder
RACH0536-3 Multidisciplinary approach pathology-kinesitherapy of the spine - Practice Holder
- Part I : Techniques of spinal rehabilitation
- Part II : Palpatory anatomy, including head and neck
RACH0630-4 Approche multidisciplinaire "rachis et sport" Holder
- Partim I : Anatomie
- Partim II : Biomécanique
- Partim III : Maintien et évaluation
- Partim IV : Traumatologie
- Partim V : Déviations rachidiennes
RACH0631-1 Multidisciplinary approach pathology - spine physiotherapy - Theory Holder
- Part 1 : Anatomy
- Part 2 : Biomecanics
- Part 3 : Special pathology
- Part 4 : Techniques of spinal rehabilitation
- Part 5 : Sport and spine
- Part 6 : Spine surgery
- Part 7 : Prevention at work
- Part 8 : Palpatory anatomy, including head and neck
- Part 9 : Introduction to manual therapy
- Part 10 : Problem based learning