Prerequisite: Admission to the DPT Program. Corequisite: PT 702L. Designed to explore the biomechanical and kinesiological principles underlying movement during upper extremity (UE) functional activities and exercise. Lectures will focus on the biomechanical principles underlying human movement, including muscle and tissue mechanics, muscle and joint leverage, internal and external torque production, kinematics, and kinetics as they relate to the assessment and treatment of patients/clients. Labs will focus on the application and integration of these principles and assessment of UE function, including manual muscle testing and goniometry. Case studies will be integrated into both lecture and lab.