Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The course is touch but very informative. Expectations are clear and critical thinking ( clinical reasoning) are used. Janet uses several modes of instruction and will work individually with you if you need additional info.
Highlights of the course were the Lab portions. The lectures were great, but the labs were really key to seeing the application of material. Plus you get to poke at other people's joints which is always fun.
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Advice for students:
Get a study guide to the book or look at overviews. A lot of the information in the book is too detailed for the class. For instance, the book goes into the force vectors of movement which is useful to review, but not essential for general practice . Also, look up videos on youtube if you start feeling like you can't read another word. Just be careful that the people are doing what is shown in Trombly as there are many ways to measure etc.