This study programme is only available in Danish.
Following the Bachelor's degree, you must study 2 years further in order to become a Master in Health Science, Clinical Biomechanics. The courses are both practically and theoretically informed and consist of 6 subjects:
- General diagnostics
- Image diagnostics
- Clinical biomechanics
- Radiology and radiography
- Clinical apprenticeship
- Candidate Thesis
In general diagnostics you will learn to make diagnoses on the basis of case histories in certain topics. You will work in small groups, and your knowledge from the biomedical pillar is integrated with pathology and the clinical experience of field experts. In the subject radiography you will learn to take x-ray images using professional and modern equipment. The radiology course focuses on the interpretation of image-diagnostic material, e.g. x-ray images, MR scans, CT scans, PET scans and ultrasound scans.
The graduate programme also comprises several clinical apprenticeships. Your main apprenticeship is at Denmark’s largest bag centre (Bag centre of Southern Denmark in Middelfart), where you will handle patients in an interdisciplinary environment, Furthermore, you will undertake these in both relevant hospital departments and in private chiropractor practices. You will be trained in making diagnoses, formulating and implementing examination and treatment plans (under supervision) for a wide range of patients with muscular-skeletal disorders.
For further information, please see the curriculum for the graduate programme in clinical biomechanics, or follow this link to find out more about the Bachelor programme in clinical biomechanics.