Anatomy and Movement Patterns

Kokeb McDonald, OTR/L · March 28, 2023

The second course in the RITP Certification program, we cover basic anatomy and movements patterns, the relationship between agonist and antagonist muscles, and then applying that knowledge to understanding how reflex patterns can be observed in a static and dynamic postures.

In this course you’ll learn to…

  • Identify primary components of the human musculoskeletal system and their function.
  • Recognize how joint systems influence movement patterns.
  • Recognize common descriptive technical terms relating to human anatomy.

This online course is designed for Occupational and Physical Therapists, Occupational and Physical Therapy Assistants, and other pediatric service providers. CEUs awarded after successful completion of course materials and an 80% or better score on quizzes.

Want to Enroll?

This course is part of the Reflex Integration Through Play™ certification program. For pediatric OTs and service providers, our 5-step program will give you the knowledge, tools, and experience to confidently help your clients reach their developmental goals with less stress, while having more fun.

About Instructor

Kokeb McDonald, OTR/L

I'm a pediatric occupational therapist, author, and coach with a strong passion for helping people develop into their healthiest selves. As a mother of two wonderful children, I bring genuine care and compassion to my mission to transform occupational therapy. As the creator of the Reflex Integration Through Play method and book series, I created these resources not only because they offer fellow professionals a tool to expand their clinical reach, but also because they are empowering and reassuring tools for frustrated parents. Join me in learning to better serve the children around us.

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Course Includes

  • 7 Lessons
  • 17 Topics
  • 6 Quizzes
  • Course Certificate
  • 0.29 AOTA CEUs
  • 2.9 Contact Hours

AOTA does not endorse specific course content, products, or clinical procedures.