Ibn Sina University

BSc Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation

Bachelor degree in

Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

Curriculum

  • Program

  • Duration

    4 years

  • Minimum entry

  • Language

    English

  • Location

  • Course Code

 

1. Students are expected to be actively involved in atmosphere of respect and cooperation.

2. Students are expected to do their best, trying their best and being prepared for the course

1.  Students are expected to seated, quiet and ready to begin at appropriate time of the lesson.

2.  Any student who comes late 10 minutes of decided time will attend without attendance.

Students who are late in submission of assignment will 5% out of assignment mark

Students should attend al lectures and practical sessions

2. 20 % absence without valid reason won’t allow student to examine the final examination according to university rules

Any assignment should be submitted in deadline.

2. Any delayed submission for valid reason should be noticed before deadline.

1.50% is needed to pass the course.

2. Any cheating is not tolerated….

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Study Plan

  • Components Credits
  • Semester 1 19
  • Semester 2 18
  • Semester 3 16
  • Semester 4 19
  • Semester 5 19
  • Semester 6 19
  • Semester 7 18
  • Semester 8 18
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Year 1

course outlines-Semester 1 and 2

Zoology 1+2 (stop exam)

1.Biology as a natural science. 2.Cell biology. 3. Cell membrane: molecular structure. 4.Levels of organization beyond the cell (cell, tissue, organ and organ-system).5. Characteristics and classification of vertebrates.

6.Early embryonic development of vertebrates. 7.Basic plan of the vertebrate body, structure and function

8. Cell cycle and cell divisions. 9.Structure and function of the nucleic acids: DNA replication transcription, translation.

10.Mendel’s Laws 11.Characteristics and classification of arthropods.12.Control measures against insects of medical importance

 

Physics and Maths 1+2

1.Real numbers. 2.Functions. 3.Linear functions.  4. None linear function. 5.The limits. 6.Derivatives of a function. 7. Integration. 8. Statistics.

9.Light (optics). 10.Sound. 11.Modern physics. 12.Mechanics. 13. Heat. 14. Electricity.

Computer Skills

1.Computers in Medical fields and medical Education. 2. Introduction to computer technology. 3.Using word processing to prepare research. 3.Presentation skills using computer programs. 4. Introduction to internet, searching techniques. 5. Electronic learning. 6.Working with e-mail and e-mail groups Viruses, and type of viruses, and protection. 7.Comparison between traditional and computer based medical systems .8. Computer in medical systems.

·        Practical Part:

-Working on windows 7 environment.

-Introduction to Microsoft office software and versions.

-Getting starting with Microsoft office word 2010 for typing text, inserting images or table or other graphics.

-Getting starting with Microsoft office power point 2010 for presentation and show data for type text and insert graphics and add animations.

9.Computer in Medical Statistical Analysis.

·        Practical Part

-Creating questionnaire (Google Forum).

-Spreadsheets (Microsoft Excel)

 

 

Arabic Language

 

مخارج الحروف .2 المهارات اللغوية وتشمل :-  الكلام، الإستماع ، القراءة ، الكتابة .2. القواعد الأساسية للإملاء :- الهمزات ، الألف اللينة ، التاء المربوطة والمفتوحة .3.الكتابة الإنشائية وتشمل :- التقرير ، الرسالة ، المحاضرة ، كتابة محضر الإجتماع .4 المعاجم العربية .5.الأمثال العربية .6.فن القصة العربية .7 النحو ويشمل :-الأفعال ، الفاعل ، نائب الفاعل ، الأسماء الخمسة ، المثنى ، جمع المذكر السالم .8الأخطاء الشائعة. 9. قصيدة لامية كعب بن زهير.10. الجملة الإسمية : -المبتدأ ، والخبر .11. نواسخ الجملة الإسمية :-  كان وأخواتها ، وإن وأخواتها ، ظن وأخواتها .12.المفعول به ، المفعول لأجله ، المفعول فيه ، المفعول معه ، المفعول المطلق .13.كتابة البحث العملي .14. المشتقات من الأسماء :- إسم الفاعل ، إسم المفعول ، الصفة المشبهة ، إسمى الزمان والمكان ، إسم الألة ، إسم التفضيل .15. الممنوع من الصرف .16.العدد .17. التلخيص ، والندوة .18. قصيدة نهج البرده

 

English Language

 

1.Comprehension about human body 2.Vocabulary and scientific terminology 3. Read simple anatomy 4. Reading units about Medicine. 5. Vocabulary and terminologies ( physiotherapy vocabulary )6.Reading units about basic biochemistry.7Reading units about terms of the Medical Laboratory comprehensions units. (exercises and activities) 9. Exercises and Summary. 10.Health and Medicine . (exercises and activities)11.Units about the basis of grammar structures.12.English grammar tenses (verbs and verb tenses……)13.The Passive voice.

14. The conditionals. 15.Determiners and articles. The definite and indefinite articles.16.Adjectives.17The Adjectives.17The Modal Auxiliary verbs. 18.The Reported Speech.

 

Islamic Culture

 

– التعريف بالثقافة ، والثقافة الإسلامية من حيث اللغة والاصطلاح ، الخصائص والأهمية ، علاقتها وتفاعلها مع الثقافات الأخرى  .2 – التعريف بمفهوم العقيدة من حيث اللغة والإصطلاح ، والعقيدة الإسلامية من حيث المصادر ، الخصائص ومن ثم الاهمية ؛ مع الحديث عن أركان الإسلام والإيمان وعوامل نقص وزيادة الايمان.3 – التعريف للعبادة من حيث اللغة والإصطلاح ، الدواف الفطرية والتكليفية ، أهمية العبادة وأنواعها  وشروطها وما إلى ذلك.4– النظم الإسلامية ( النظام الاخلاقي – الاجتماعي ) خاصة. 5– أهمية الاخلاق في الاسلام (الصدق – الحياء – الصبر )6– طريقة كتابة المقال العلمي .7. العلاقة بين الطب والدين .8 – ملامح  النظام الصحي في الاسلام .-الطهارة في الإسلام.-صحة البيئة في الاسلام .-علم مكافحة الاوبئة.-التغذية في الإسلام .-الاسلام وتنظيم مهنة الطب العلاجي .-الخمر وأضرارها .-التدخين ، التمباك واضرارهما.-مقتطفات من السيرة النبوية.

السمنارات: بعض قضايا الطب المعاصر ( نقل وزراعة الاعضاء البشرية – التلقيح الصناعي – مسئولية الطبيب)-الاعجاز العلمي في القرآن والسنة النبوية .

أعمال السنة : تحديد بعض الموضوعات ذات الصلة بالمجال واخطار الطلاب بالكتابة فيها

الطلاب غير المسلمين (المسيحيين وغيرهم ):-يتم تكليفهم

 

Sudanese Studies

  • تكوين الدولة السودانية وظهور إسم السودان في خارطة الوحدات السياسية الجغرافية .2مشكلات الحدود وأثارها السياسية والإجتماعية والإقتصادية والصحية .3الموارد في السودان المياه- الزراعة – الثروة الحيوانية –الثروات المعدنية والبترول . البشر: التكوينات القبلية – النزاعات – مفهوم الشعب أو الأمة .5.مستقبل الدولة السودانية .6.مساهمة السودان في مسيرة الحضارات الإنسانية:أ. مستوطنات ما قبل التاريخ ( أبو عنجة – سنجه ) .ب. العصور الحجرية .ج. النوبيون .

7- بعض معالم الشخصية السودانية :أ- الأثر النوبي ( الممالك النوبية ) .ب- أثر الثقافة العربية والإسلامية ( الفونج ) .ج- العامية في السودان .د- ثقافة الغذاء .

  • الدولة الحديثة في السودان (1821-1885م ) .الوطنية والقومية ( الثروة المهدية ) .10.الحركة الوطنية أ. ثورة 1924م .ب. التعليم الأهلي .ج- الجمعيات الأدبية. د- مؤتمر الخريجين هـ-  الأحزاب السياسية .11 كيف. نال السودان إستقلاله .12 الذهنية السودانية وتعاملها مع المرض والعلاج .13.الطب الشعبي في السودان ( البصير – الفقيه “الفكى” – الحلاق – الشلاق – العشاب ……… الخ ) 14.الخدمات الطبية الحديثة في السودان أ. فترة الحكم التركي ب. فترة الإدارة البريطانية .ج. التعليم الطبي ( مدرسة كتشنر الطبية – معمل إستاك ) .

15.أطباء شاركوا في الحركة الوطنية والعمل العام  16. الخدمات الطبية الحديثة في السودان

 

Chemistry 1+2

Analytical Chemistry: – 1.Solution( concept + preparation + types ) .

-Expressing concentration.-Expressing concentration. 2.Oxidation and Reduction.

Inorganic chemistry : 1. Atomic structure 2.Quantum Number. 3. Orbitals  4.Electron configuration. 5.Periodic table. 6.Chemical bond.

Physical chemistry: 1. Gas laws. 2.Physical properties of solution.3Chemical. Chemical kinetic and chemical equilibrium. 4.Reversible reaction 5. Acids and bases 6.pH. 7.Buffer solution

Semester 2

Continuing Courses from semester 1 in addition to:

 

 

Biochemistry

Nutrition Introduction. 2.Carbohydrate Chemistry 3. Lipid Chemistry 4.Amino-acid Chemistry  5.Enzymes

6. Nucleotide and Nucleic acid Chemistry  7.Carbohydrate Metabolism 8.Lipid Metabolism  9.Amino acid and Protein Metabolism.10. Vitamins. 11.Mineral Metabolism. 12. Muscle Contraction. 13.Biochemistry of Connective tissue. 15.Hormone. 16. Acid-Base balance. 17.Water balance. 18.Electrolyte balance. 19.Clinical Biochemistry.

 

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Year 2

Course outlines - Semester 3

Arabic language 3
English language 3

 

Anatomy 1,2

 

1.Introduction to the human body and The anatomical landmarks on the human body. 2 The human skeleton and general anatomy of Joint. 3.The function of the major muscle of the human body and  The movements of different joints, ligaments and their integrity and strength. 4.Landmarks of the human body The – skeletons (bone, joints, ligaments, cartilage .etc) 5.Anatomy of the bone, joints, ligaments and cartilage – The movements of the joints. 6. Introduction to the trunk anatomy  7.Thoracic anatomy 8.Heart and lungs  9. Anatomy of viscera

10. Anatomy of spine 11.Anatomy of pelvic.

 

Physiology 1,2

 

1Introduction to Physiology. 2 The Internal Environment and Homeostasis. 3. Control Mechanisms Control 4.pathways: Response and feedback loops.5. Body Fluids: Balance and Disturbance. 6.Energy in biological systems 7.Excitable Membranes; Nerve and Muscle Cells. 8. Overview of the Autonomic Nervous System

9.Musculoskeletal System 10.Control System of the Body: NS & Endocrine system. 11.Cardiovascular system.

  1. Respiratory system. 13. Exercise physiology.14. Haemopoitic system. 15. Integumentary system.

16. Digestive system. 17. Renal system. 18. Reproductive system

 

Pathology

 

1.General pathology: Introduction to pathology- Characteristics, classification, incidence and etiology of diseases.

2.The cells and tissues (Cell injury): Reversible and irreversible cell injury, Ischemia and infarction, Cell death and apoptosis.

3.Cellular adaptation, hypertrophy, atrophy, hyperplasia and calcification-aging

4.Acute Inflammation

5.Chronic Inflammation

6.Introduction To Congenital Diseases And Infectious Diseases 7.Slide Modules General pathology,

cell injury and inflammation, neoplasia, congenital and infectious diseases

 

Microbiology

 

 

1.Introduction Of Microbiology.

2.History Of Medical Microbiology.

3.Classification Of Microorganism.

4.Nutrition And Growth Of Microorganisms.

5.Medical Microbiology – Introduction.

6.Diseases And Curative Methods-And Immunization.

7.Hygiene-Preventative Medicine

8.Disorder Of The Muscular-Skeletal System (Microbial

 

Fundamentals of Nursing and First aid

 

 

1.Introduction to course

2.Common conditions in emergency medicines.

3.Common conditions in emergency surgery.

4.Vital signs.

5.Cardiovascular system examination.

5.Respiratory system examination.

6.Basic nursing.

7.Bedside management and nourishment.

8.Surgical dressing and bandaging.

9.Cardiovascular & Respiratory systems examination.

  1. Management common emergency conditions

11.Basic nursing.

12.Surgical dressing

13.Bandaging.

 

 

Semester 4

 

Biomechanics 1,2

 

1.Kinetics and kinematics 2.Forces and newton’s laws 3.Elements of Muscle Structure, Composition of a Muscle Fiber, The Contractile Unit,  The Motor Unit, Muscle Structure and Muscular Connective Tissue 4.Biomechanics The Vertebral Column 5.Biomechanics of The Thorax and Chest Wall 6. Upper Extremity Joint Complexes: biomechanics of upper extremity joints 7.Biomechanics of  Temporomandibular Joint.

8.Introduction  to lower limb biomechanics 9.Hip joint complex :Hip Joint Forces and Muscle Function in Stance and hip pathologies 10.Biomechanics of the knee joint complex :Tibiofemoral Joint Function and Patellofemoral Joint biomechanics 11.Biomechanics of ankle joint: Biomechanics of foot complex and foot arches 12.Postures(Kinetics and Kinematics of Posture, optimal posture ) 13.Analysis of standing, sitting and lying posture + Effects of Age, Pregnancy, Occupation, and Recreation on Posture.14.Biomechanics of gait and Stair and Running Gaits Forces acting on the body, line of gravity, base of support.15.Biomechanics of ankle joint:

Biomechanics of foot complex and foot arches.

 

 

Therapeutic Exercises 1,2

 

 

.Introduction to therapeutic exercises.2.ICF Model 3.ROM Exercise.4.Stretching Exercises 5.Mobilizing Exercises. 6.Mobilizing Exercises 7.Muscle Energy Technique 8.Manual Massage.9.Strengthening Exercises.

10.Aerobic Exercises and gymnasim.11.ROM Exercise.12.Stretching Exercises.13.Mobilizing Exercises.

14.Mobilizing Exercises.15.Muscle Energy Technique.16.Manual Massage.17.Strengthening Exercises.

18.Aerobic Exercises and gymnasium.19.Balance Exercises.20.Coordination Exercises.21.Traction.22.Spinal Column anatomy and common problems.23.Spine Exercises (McKenzie’s)24.Spine Exercises (William’s) 25.Hernia. 26.Stroke.27.Obstructive Lung Diseases. 28. Urinary incontinence

 

Exercise Physiology

 

1.control internal environment 2.skeletal muscle function 3.circulatory function 4.respiratory function 5.exercise metabolism 6.acid base balance 7.temperature regulation 8.aerobic endurance 9.anaerobic power 10.muscular strength 11.body composition 12.flexibility 13.exercise prescription for health and fitness 14.ergogenic aids

 

Assessment and evaluation

 

 

1.Introduction to assessment and evaluation. 2.Subjective and objectives assessment 3.Musculoskeletal assessment 4.Observational assessment  5.Manual muscles testing 6. Reflexes and dermatomes.

7.Balance and coordination 8.Tonicity 9. Special tests 10.Flexibility  11.Gait and posture 12.Range of motions

13.Manual muscles test 14.Reflexes and dermatomes.15.Special tests 16.Balance and coordination

17.Postural and gait analysis

 

Pharmacology

 

1.General Pharmacology.

  1. Cardiovascular diseases pharmacology/
  2. Autonomic and central nervous system pharmacology.
  3. Movements disorder pharmacology.

5. Anti-inflammatory drugs

 

Psychology

 

1.Introduction to problem solving and communication skills.2.Fields of communication skills

3.Types of communication skills.4.Factitious disorder.5.Malingering disorder.6.Somatoform disorder.

7.Eating disorder.8.Thinking skills.9.Mental retardation10.Cognitive disorder:-Delirium-Dementia.-Amnesia.

11.Physical diseases induced by psychological disorders.12.Psychological factors affecting medical condition.

13.Conversion disorder.14.Pain disorder15.Hypochondriasis.16.Body dysmorphic disorder.17.Dissociative disorder.18.Dissociative amentia.19.Dissociative fugue.20.Dissociative identity disorder 21.Paranoid.

22.Schizoid .23.Antisocial. 24.Borderline. 25.Histrionic. 26.Narcissistic.27.Avoidant. 28.Dependent.

29.Obsessive.

 

 

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Year 3

Course Outlines - Semester 5

 

Therapeutic exercise II
Biomechanics II

 

Kinesiology

 

Introduction to Kinesiology; Definition of kinetic and kinematic 2.Bone structure and Biomechanics

3.Basic structure and functions of human joints 4.Muscle structure and generation of force 5.Per articular connective  Tissues; Tendon and ligament 6.Kinesiology of Upper extremity; Shoulder complex 7.Elbow and forearm 8.Kinesiology of lower extremity, hip and knee complex 9.Ankle and foot  10.Kinesiology of axial skeleton; cervical,  thoracic and lumbar regions.

 

Neuroscience

 

1.Introduction 2.Spinal cord ascending tract 3.Spinal cord descending tracts spinal cord lesion 4.Brain stem /medulla oblongata 5.Brain stem/ Pons 6.Brain stem/ mid brain 7.The cerebellum 8.The cranial nerves

9.Cerebrum the diencephalon 10.Cerebrospinal fluid 11.Presentation of spinal cord 13.Presentation of ascending tract 14.Presentation of descending tract 15.Presentation of spinal cord lesion 16.DR brain stem( Medulla oblongata-Pons-Midbrain) 17.Presentation of cranial nerves 18.Presentation The cerebellum

19.Presentation Cerebrum the diencephalon 20.Presentation Cerebrospinal fluid

 

Electrotherapy and physical modalities

 

1-Injury response process 2.Physiological and psychological of pain 3.Electromagnetic spectrum and law governing it 4.Cold modalities  5.Heat modalities 6.Clinical application of thermal modalities 7.Therapeutic ultrasound 8.Short wave diathermy 9.Electrical stimulating current 10.Electromagnetic biofeedback

11.Low level laser therapy 12.Magnetic and shock wave therapy.

 

Hydrotherapy

 

1.Introduction to Hydrotherapy 2.The Human body Floating & Moving .3.The Principles of Hydrotherapy

4.Physical properties of water &clinical applications.5.The Human body Swimming 6.The Common Forms of Water Used in hydrotherapy. 7.The Human Body Diving & Moving under water .8.The Human body Floating & Moving .9.The Forms of Water Used in Hydrotherapy. 10.Swimming training 11.First Aids & Life Supporting for Drowning 12.The Common Techniques of Hydrotherapy13.Patient Handling & Pool Accommodation Helping Patient for Floating14.Clinical Application of cryotherapy. 15.Clinical Application of Pools, Tanks, Accessory equipment & Contrast baths. & Practice of paraffin- wax.16.Under Water Exercises for Upper Limbs.17.Under Water Exercises for Lower Limbs.18.Under Water Relaxation exercises 19.Clinical Application of The treatment in different diseases

 

Community Medicine

 

1.Health and Disease 2. Epidemiology 3. Epidemiology of communicable disease 4. Public health administration

  1. Health programs in Sudan 6. Demography and Family Planning 7. Preventive Medicine in Obstetrics, Pediatrics and Geriatrics. 8. Environment and Health.9. Hospital waste management 10. Disaster Management:
  2. Occupational Health.12. Mental Health 13. Health Education.14. Reproductive Health.

                                                                                                                       

 

Semester 6

 

 

Orthopaedic and traumatology

 

1-Compartment syndromes. 2 Spinal cord injuries 3.Sport injuries 4.Amputation 5.Classification of bone tumors 6.Neuropathies 7.Metabolic arthropathies 8. Inflammatory arthropathies 9.Degenerative Arthropathies

  1. Diseases and deformity of the bone 11.Soft tissues injuries 13.Dislocation 14.introduction to fracture

15. Fractures.

 

Orthopedic and traumatology

Physical Therapy

 

1.Introduction to fracture 2.Fractures Of The Lower Extremity and upper extremity 3.Dislocations

4.Soft tissue injuries 5. Diseases and deformity of the bone. 6.Degenerative Arthropathies 7.Inflammatory arthropathies 8.Metabolic arthropathies 9.Classification of bone tumors 10.Amputation 11.Sport injuries

 

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

 

1.Systemic change in pregnancy 2.Define antenatal care 3.Normal fetal development 4.Labor 5.Preterm labor

6.Prenatal, postnatal 7.Obstetric complication 9.Miscarriage 10.Systemic change in pregnancy 11.Define antenatal care 12.Perinatal infection and complication during pregnancy

 

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Physical Therapy

 

  1. Introduction of physiotherapy in obstetrics and gynecology 2.Anatomy of female pelvic floor 3. Pregnancy and labor 4.Complication and treatment during pregnancy and delivery 5.Pelvic floor examination and exercises

Incontinence 7. Obstetric fistula 8.Exercises For Pregnant Women  9.Physiotherapy management for high risk pregnancy 10.Cancer , physiotherapy management for lymphedema 11.Relation session 12. Core muscles exercise

13.Postural and gait analysis for pregnant women  14.General exercise post delivery 15.Exercises program for high risk pregnancy.

 

Prosthetic , orthotic and assistive devices

 

1.Introduction to amputation, 2. Amputation Preoperative stage assessment and physiotherapy treatment. 3.Amputation Postoperative stage and pre-prosthetic stage. 4.Prosthetics definition, classifications, mechanical principles, materials, mechanical principles, care, and application.

5.Pre-prosthetic assessment and evaluation. 6.Prosthetic gait deviation. 7.Musculoskeletal deformities in pediatrics. 8.Poliomyelitis. 9.Orthotics definition, uses, upper limb orthosis. 10.Lower limb orthosis.

11.Spinal orthosis.12. Assistive devices and mobility aids. 13.Preoperative assessment of amputees.

14.Amputee postoperative and pre-prosthetic physiotherapy training. 15.Pre-prosthetic assessment and evaluation. 16.Application of elastic bandage to amputee. 17.Application of prosthetic and prosthetic balance and coordination exercises. 18.Prosthetic gait training and advanced training.

19.Pre-orthotic assessment and evaluation. 20.Orthotics balance and coordination exercises and gait training 21. Assistive devices gait trainings.

 

Surgery

 

  1. fluid and electrolytes 2. anesthesia 3. thoracic surgeries  4. oncological surgeries  5. vascular problems

6. abdominal surgeries  7. ENT problems 8. burn and plastic surgeries

 

Surgery Physiotherapy

 

1.complication and systemic response of trauma and surgeries 2.pre and post physiotherapy role 3.role of physiotherapy in abdominal surgery 5. role of thoracic and cardiac surgery 6.role of physiotherapy and oncological surgery  7.rehabilitation after amputation 8.wound care and dressing 9.electrotherapy in surgical cases 10.burn and physiotherapy role .

 

 

 

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Year 4

Course Outlines -Semester 7

 

Medicine

 

1.infection

2.endocrine disease

3.disease of blood

4.disease of digestive system

  1. cardiovascular disease

6.respiratory disease

7.disease of skin

8. rheumatology and autoimmune disease

 

Medicine physiotherapy

 

1.Investigation and exercise testing 2.Physiotherapy skills for (bronchial hygiene  , postural drainage , respiratory facilitation , positioning , )3.Physiotherapy management for cardiovascular disease 4.Physiotherapy for obstructive and restrictive respiratory disease 5.Physiotherapy for respiratory infection6.Pediatric respiratory infections and disorder 7.Metabolic disorder ( diabetes mellitus) 8.Cardiac rehabilitation 9.Pulmonary rehabilitation 10.Role of physiotherapy in ICU (evaluation and management ) 11.Geriatrics and functional scale

12.Physiotherapy for rheumatological disorders 13.Physiotherapy for autoimmune diseases 14.Positioning , breathing control strategies 15.Airway clearance techniques 16.Physical handling techniques 17.PNF  breathing facilitation and inhibition 18.Monitor of exercise / movement equipment 19.Prescription and education of : endurance and exercise training , resistance training , flexibility training 20.Formulate cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation program 21.Monitor and treatment equipment in ICU 22.Breathing exercise and circulatory exercise 23.Physical modalities for ICU and medical conditions

 

Geriatrics Physiotherapy

 

  1. Physiotherapy in care of the elderly: Rheumatology, Neurology. Respiratory.
  2. Biology of ageing.
  3. Health promotion & body maintenance.
  4. Social problems: Poverty, poor housing, Lack of heating.
  5. Handicaps within daily living.
  6. Effects of immobilization: Skin circulatory, Musculoskeletal Respiratory.
  7. Psychiatry in the elderly: Depression, Hypomania, Dementia confusion.
  8. Assessment of the elderly: History, mental state, observation.
  9. Services for the elderly: own home, family home

Role of physiotherapy in care of the elderly

 

Paediatrics

 

1.Pediatric History, Physical Examination, health Supervision and adolescent Issues 2. Growth and development of the infant, child and adolescent. 3.Cardiovascular diseases 4.Respiratory and pulmonary diseases: pneumonia, asthma 4.Gastrointestinal diseases 5.Neurology: neurological examination. Knowledge of the diseases of the nervous system 6.Hematology – Oncology 7.Rheumatology and clinical immunology: JRA 8.Endocrinology and metabolic states 9.Neonatal intensive care 10.Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology. 11.knowledge of the different genetic disorders 12.Preventive Medicine and Vaccines 13.Orthopedic disorder 14.Infectious disease: poliomyelitis, facial palsy 15.Musculoskeletal disorder: myopathy 16.Genetic disorder.

 

Paediatrics Physiotherapy

 

.Growth and development 2.Evaluation sheet 3.Reflexes 4-Cerebral palsy 5.Physical therapy approach

6.Facilitator and inhibitor techniques 7.Facilitation of milestone 8.OBPI 9.Floppy baby 10.Facial palsy

11.Down syndrome 12.Spina bifida13.Myopathy 14.JRA 15.Poliomyelitis 16.Hip dysplasia 17.Foot deformity

18.Torticollus 19.Congenital scoliosis

 

 

Introduction to occupational therapy

 

1-Introduction to occupational therapy

2- science of occupational therapy

3- occupational therapy applied to psychiatric

4- occupational therapy applied to physical condition include adult & children

 

Nutrition and diet therapy

 

1.Introduction to Nutrition 2.Anatomy and Physiology Related to Nutrition 3.Carbohydrates General, Features of Cells 4.Lipids General Features of Cells 5.Proteins 6.Vitamins 7.Water and Minerals 8.Nutrition and physical fitness 9.Eating Disorders 10.Under nutrition 11.Nutrition from Infancy to Adolescence 12.Nutrition related to cultures

 

 

 

 

Semester-8

 

Neurology

 

  1. Neurological assessment
  2. Stroke
  3. SCI
  4. Demyelinating diseases
  5. Peripheral neuropathy
  6. Channelopatheis
  7. Muscle diseases
  8. Peripheral nerve injury
  9. Spine disorders

10. Myopathy

 

Neurophysiotherapy

 

1.neurological assessment 2. Facilitatory techniques  3. Physiotherapy in stroke 4. Physiotherapy in spinal cord injury 5. Physiotherapy for demyelination diseases 6. Physiotherapy for peripheral  nerve injury 7. Physiotherapy for  parkinsonism 8. Physiotherapy for ataxia 9. Physiotherapy for cervical and lumber problems

  1. Physiotherapy in myopathy 11. Physiotherapy for peripheral neuropathy 12. Physiotherapy for motor neuron disease 13. Management of spasticity 14. Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation 15. Assistive device

16. Evidence based physiotherapy practice

 

Imaging radiology

 

1.Introduction radiology 2.Radiology of bones 3. Radiology of cervical & lumber 4.Radiology of pelvis

5.Radiology of chest 6.MRI brain-spine. 7.CT scan 8.Ultrasound 9.Differential diagnoses 10.presentations

 

Ethics and laws

 

1.Introduction to the ethics.

2.Ethics principles and methodology.

3.Ethics of profession.

4-Medical issues as an ethical dilemma

 

Research Methodology

 

1. Introduction to Research methodology. 2. Research problem. 3. Research design. 4. Sampling Design.

5. Measurement & scaling techniques. 6. Methods of data collection. 7. Sampling fundamentals. 8. Processing & analysis of data.9. Testing of hypothesis. 10. Computer technology

 

Biostatistics

 

A-set theory- probability -random variables -Bayes’ theorem -Probability distribution -Expectations, variance

B-confidence  interval of mean -central limited theorem -the T distribution, t intervals -hypothesis testing, significance levels, p- values, power-sample size consideration -Inference of proportions -percentile confidence interval (bootstrap)

C-empirical quantiles  -histogram, density estimates, stem and leaf plots, Dochart’s

D-comparing two means (paired versus independent) -comparing two proportion -comparing dependent proportions -sample size and distribution

E-2 ×2. Tables -R×C table2 -three-way Contingency tables

F-prospective, case-control and cross-sectional studies -odds ratio, relative risk

G-normal curve -continues random variables

 

Medicine physiotherapy clinical placement

 

Course content:

  • Heart failure (HF)
  • Myocardial infarction (MI)
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Respiratory distress
  • Pneumonia

IMPORTANT : Syllabus upgrade is not yet finalized. More changes may occur.

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    Teaching & assessment

  • Students’ feedback.
  • Teachers’ feedback.
  • Results analysis.
  • External examiner’s report.
  • Check list for facilities and resources.

 

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