Feb 06, 2023
ORTE 1050 - Stirrup Layout and Fabrication Credits: 3
Hours/Week: Lecture NoneLab None
Course Description: This course introduces the musculoskeletal system and examines body movements and planes that divide the human body. In the laboratory setting, students integrate this theoretical knowledge with practical orthotic theory to correct a tracing of the lower-limb and fabricate a stirrup, shaping and attaching it to the patient’s shoe to accommodate ankle deformities.
Prerequisite(s): ORTE 1040 or concurrent enrollment.
- Musculoskeletal system of the human body body systems bony landmarks body planes major body bones pronunciation of anatomical terminology
- Lower-limb biomechanics biomechanics bony landmarks
- Lower-limb tracings lower-limb orthometry form procedure for lower-limb tracing
- Stirrups to orthopedic shoes fabrication and attachment anatomical ankle movement stirrup placement diagrams layout of solid stirrups layout of split stirrups attachment to shoe
At the end of this course students will be able to:
- identify the basic musculo-skeletal system of the human body.
- identify lower-limb biomechanics.
- correct tracings of the lower limb.
- fabricate and attach stirrups to orthopedic shoes.
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