But movement cannot always be taken for granted, as is the case with patients whose functional movement is limited due to diseases and/or conditions such as osteoarthritis, cerebral palsy, stroke or a trauma. But also among healthy individuals (especially children, the elderly, athletes and working people), there is often a need to optimise movement in order to maintain or improve the range of movements or to prevent injury.
To contribute to the quality of life or at least the fulfillment of a meaningful life will be your primary focus in this one-year Master’s programme.
You will approach this from a broad interdisciplinary frame of reference, combining physiology, (bio-)mechanics and psychology.
As a student you will join a select department with over 40 years of experience, that values personal attention. A natural environment for inspiring interactions with lecturers and researchers.
The start date of this programme is September 1st.