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Ronald Rea, DScPT
Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy
School of Allied Health Professions
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
9/2011 - 12/2011 PTAS 203 Applied Kinesiology
3/2005 - Present PHTH 465   Exercise Physiology (4 Units)
Principles and application of human response to exercise, including body composition, tests and measurements, techniques of physical fitness, cardiorespiratory considerations, and exercise prescriptions
8/2003 - Present PHTH 436   Kinesiology (3 Units)
Functional anatomy of the musculoskeletal system. Analysis and application of biomechanics of normal and pathological movement of the human body. Lecture and laboratory. (Prerequisite: PHTH 312 Gross Anatomy)
8/1997 - Present PTAS 227   Therapeutic Exercise (2 Units)
An introduction to therapeutic exercise theories and practical applications. Tissue response to range of motion, stretching, and resistive exercise. Labs will cover the practical applications of various types of exercise techniques and machines used in the clinics, and a systematic approach to therapeutic exercise progression.
1/1997 - Present PTAS 251   Orthopedics II (3 Units)
An introduction to common orthopedic conditions, pathologies, and surgical procedures of the spine. Treatments, procedures and progression of therapeutic exercise of the spine will be covered as they relate to tissue repair and healing response. Practical lab to include the integration of treatment plans and progression.
8/1996 - Present PHTH 516   Clinical Electrotherapy (3 Units)
Principles and techniques of electrotherapy procedures including basic physiological effects, indications and contraindications of specific electrotherapy modalities; practical application and demonstration of modalities in a laboratory setting.
8/1996 - Present PMPT 524   Clinical Electrotherapy (2 Units)
Principles and techniques of electrotherapy procedures including basic physiological effects, indications and contraindications of specific electrotherapy modalities; practical application and demonstration of modalities in a laboratory setting.
8/1996 - Present PTAS 236   Applied Electrotherapy (3 Units)
Principles and techniques of electrotherapy procedures including basic physiological effects, indications and contraindications of specific electrotherapy modalities; practical application and demonstration of modalities in a laboratory setting.
1/1996 - Present PTAS 226   Orthopedics I (3 Units)
An introduction to common orthopedic conditions, pathologies, and surgical procedures of the peripheral joints. Joint mobilization techniques, procedures and progression of therapeutic exercise for each specific joint will be covered as they relate to tissue repair and healing response. Practical lab to include the integration of treatment plans and progression.
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
9/2007 - Present DTCS 476   Exercise Physiology in Medical Nutrition Therapy  (3 Units)
9/2007 - Present HPRO 573   Exercise Physiology I (3 Units)
9/2007 - Present HPRO 578   Exercise Physiology II  (3 Units)
6/2003 - 8/2005 HPRO 433   Athletic Training  (3 Units)
1/2003 - 3/2005 HPRO 424   Health Appraisal & Wellness Testing  (3 Units)