Master of Science in Pediatric Musculoskeletal Health and Performance

Master of Science in Pediatric Musculoskeletal Health and Performance: Online

Musculoskeletal and sports-related conditions are common in pediatric populations. The combined burden of medical conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system and preventable chronic diseases related to improper nutrition and inactivity continues to increase. This degree is designed for current and future health professionals seeking to expand their knowledge and skills in the evaluation, assessment, and interventions related to musculoskeletal concerns in the pediatric population.

Our Mission
The mission of the MS in Pediatric Musculoskeletal Health and Performance is to provide graduates with the appropriate skills in evaluating the musculoskeletal system, identifying musculoskeletal conditions, and promoting healthy movement behaviors through evidence-based application for pediatric populations.

Enhance Your Current Profession

MS Pediatric MSK Health And Performance Is An Excellent Interprofessional Degree For Those In The Field Of

• Chiropractic
• Occupational Therapy
• Physical Therapy
• Athletic Training
• Osteopathic Medicine
• Sports Medicine
• Youth Trainers and Sports Coaches
• Health related fields in Pediatric and
Musculoskeletal areas of healthcare

Program Highlights

Why Parker?

The Master of Science degree in Pediatric Musculoskeletal Health and Performance focuses
on pediatric physiology, biomechanics, evidence-based interventions for acute and chronic
musculoskeletal conditions, nutrition-related concerns, and health trajectories in pediatrics. This
degree is an excellent interprofessional graduate degree for those seeking to enhance their skills
and promote pediatric musculoskeletal health in various settings at the mastery level.
This degree emphasizes:

  • The analysis of current literature and evidence-based pediatric musculoskeletal research and
    treatment interventions
  • The comparison of acute and chronic pediatric musculoskeletal conditions and the application of evidence-based interventions to promote healthy body movement.
  • The application of public health interventions to promote a healthy and active lifestyle for