Clinical Body Contact
Confident, competent professional touch and draping for modesty and warmth build mutual trust and respect.
This clinical body touch and draping unit, develops confidence, professionalism and skill in using kinesiology techniques relating to body contact. You learn how to palpate, massage and how to drape a client to maintain modesty and warmth while working on an exposed area.
Those completing this unit standard are able to: prepare for and establish clinical body contact; maintain clinical body contact; and cease body contact in a kinesiology setting; describe and demonstrate palpatory sense; use palpation to assess the client muscle state; and integrate palpatory findings into the management of the client in a kinesiology clinical practice setting.
This course includes:
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LDP = Lecture, Demonstration, Practice.
HS = Home Study
OC = Off campus (taken with an external provider)