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Part I – Fundamentals in Orthopedics

Unit

1. Embryological development

2. Growth & maturation of musculoskeletal system

3. Anatomy and applied anatomy of musculoskeletal system

4. Physiology of musculoskeletal system

5. Applied biomechanics and pathomechanics of bones, joints & soft tissues

Part II Clinical Orthopedics

Unit

1. General musculoskeletal disorders

 

  • Congenital malformations & deformities

  • Developmental disorders of bone

  • Infections of bone & joints

  • Tumors of the musculoskeletal system

  • Neuro muscular disorders

  • Nerve injuries

  • Soft tissue injuries including burns

  • Spinal deformities

  • Metabolic and endocrine disorders

  • Degenerative joint disorders & arthritis

  • Regional conditions of upper, lower limb & spine

  • Amputation

2. Fractures and Dislocations

  • Introduction to fractures of bone & joints and classification of fractures

  • Introduction to dislocation & recurrent dislocations of Joints

  • Fractures & dislocations of upper limb

  • Fractures & dislocations of lower Limb

  • Fractures & dislocations of spine

  • Fractures of pelvis

 3. General principles of Orthopaedic surgery

  • Arthrodesis

  • Osteotomy

  • Arthroplasty

  • Bone grafting

  • Internal and external fixations

  • Distraction and limb reconstruction

  • Correction of bone deformities and joint contractures.

  • Tendon transfers

  • Nerve suturing and grafting.

  • Wound debridement

  • Orthopaedic implants

Module II Physiotherapy Assessment

Part X Assessment

Unit

1. General Orthopaedic Physiotherapy assessment procedures which includes, Demographic data collection, History, Observatory, Palpatory & examination findings which includes the assessment of pain, Motor examination, Joint laxity, Sensory examination, Posture and Gait evaluation and Other relevant system E.g. Cardio respiratory / Neurological examination methods along with disease specific / joint specific/ soft tissue specific tests assigned according to its sensitivity & specificity and obtaining a Physiotherapy assessment)

Recommended Books

1. Essentials of Orthopedics for Physiotherapists by John Ebenezer – Jaypee

Publications

2. Practical Fracture Treatment by Ronald McRae, Max Esser – Churchill

Livingston

3. Oxford Textbook of Orthopaedic & Trauma by Christopher Bulstrode, Joseph

Buckwalter – Oxford University Press

4. Campbell's operative orthopedics. - By S. Terry Can ale, James H. Beaty - Mosby

5. Fractures & joint injuries By Watson Jones – Churchill Livingston

6. Clinical Orthopaedic Examination by Ronald McRae – Churchill Livingstone

7. Daniels and Worthingham’s muscle testing: Techniques of manual examination

By Helen J Hislop, Jacqueline Montgomery Barbara – Elsevier

8. Muscles – Testing and Function by Florence Peterson Kendall – Lippincott

9. Joint Range of Motion and Muscle length testing By Nancy Berryman Reese -

Saunders

10. Orthopedic Physical Assessment, By David J. Magee, PhD, BPT - Saunders

11. Illustrated Orthopedic Physical Assessment, 3e B y Ronald C. Evans, - Mosby

12. Diagnostic Imaging for Physical Therapists by James Swain, Kenneth W. Bush,

and Juliette Brosing – Elsevier

13. Differential Diagnosis for Physical Therapists: Screening for Referral, By

Catherine C. Goodman, and Teresa Kelly Snyder – Saunders

14. Gait Analysis : Theory And Application By Rebecca Craik and Carol A Oatis –

Mosby

 


 

Specialty II. Physiotherapy in Neurology

Module I Anatomy, Physiology and Clinical conditions

Part I Overview of Growth and Development of Nervous System

Unit

1. Normal development of nervous system

2. Aging of nervous system

Part II Basic and Applied Neuro Anatomy

Unit

1. Neuron

2. Neuroglia

3. Peripheral nerves

4. Spinal cord

5. Medulla

6. Pons

7. Midbrain

8. Cerebellum

9. Basal ganglia

10. Other Sub cortical structure

11. Cerebrum

12. Reticular and Limbic system

13. Autonomic nervous system

14. Ventricular system

15. Blood supply of the brain

16. Meninges

17. Special senses

Part III Basic Physiology and Applied Neuro Pathophysiology

Unit

1. Basic components of the motor system: Cells and tissues

  • Excitable cell: their morphology and physiology

  • Skeletal muscle: the somatic effectors

  • The neuromuscular junction: the nerve /muscle interface

  • Basic sensory mechanisms and the somatosensory system

2. Control of motor activity: Systems that regulate and coordinate movement

  • Motor control at the spinal cord level

  • Brainstem and motor control

  • Cortical motor systems

  • Cerebellar mechanisms

  • Basal ganglia and their connections

  • Limbic system

  • Special senses

Part IV Basic elements of Neuro Diagnostic Tests

Unit

1. CT Scan

2. MRI

3. Carotid angiography

4. Myelography

5. Nerve conduction velocity

6. Late responses

7. Electromyography

8. Evoked potential tests

9. Muscle and Nerve biopsy

10. CSF examination

Part V Common Clinical Manifestation of Neurological Disorders

Unit

1. Disorders of motor unit (Neuromuscular disease)

  • Muscle pain and tenderness

  • Muscle weakness

  • Changes in muscle mass

  • Muscle hyperactivity states

  • Muscle fatigability

  • Abnormal muscle tone (Hypotonic)

  • Abnormalities of sensation

  • Reduced or absent stretch reflexes

2. Disorders of central motor control

  • Abnormal muscle tone

  • Muscle weakness

  • Loss of muscular endurance

  • Altered muscle activation patterns

  • Involuntary movements

  • Associated reactions

  • Abnormalities of coordination

  • Apraxia

  • Hypokinesia

  • Abnormal skeletal muscle reflexes

  • Abnormal balance

  • Abnormalities of sensation

3. Other associated manifestations

  • Altered mental, cognitive and perceptual functions

  • Abnormalities in communications

  • Abnormalities in swallowing

  • Abnormalities of bladder and bowel functions

 


Part VI Clinical Conditions

Unit

1. Disorders of the motor unit (Neuromuscular diseases)

Disorders of muscle (Myopathies)

Myasthenia gravis and other disorders of neuromuscular transmission

Disorders of the peripheral nervous system

Disorders of the anterior horn cells (Neuronopathies)


2. Disorders of the central motor control

Disorders of the spinal cord

Parkinsonism and other movement disorders of the basal ganglia

Disorders of the cerebellum and its connection

Traumatic brain injury

Cerebrovascular disease (Stroke)

Multiple sclerosis and other central demyelinating diseases

Vestibular disorders

Cerebral palsy

Neural tube defects

Cranio - vertebral junction anomalies

3. Other conditions

Learning disorders

Visual dysfunction

Cognitive and perceptual dysfunction

Adverse effects of immobilization on the musculoskeletal system

Adverse effects of immobilization on visceral function

Miscellaneous conditions

Module II Physiotherapy Assessment

Part X Physical Therapy Assessment Procedures Used in Neurological Conditions

Unit

1. Patient interview

  • Present medical history

  • Past medical history

  • Social history

2. Assessment of level of consciousness

  • Orientation

  • Response to stimuli

  • Level of consciousness

3. Assessment of cognitive function

  • Memory

  • Attention

  • Emotional response

  • Higher level cognitive abilities

4. Assessment of speech and communication

5. Assessment of cranial nerve integrity

6. Assessment of vital signs

7. Assessment of autonomic nervous system function

8. Assessment of sensory integrity

  • Superficial sensation

  • Proprioceptive (Deep) sensation

  • Combined cortical sensation

9. Assessment of perceptual function

  • Homonymous hemianopsia

  • Body scheme and body image disorders

  • Spatial relation syndrome

10. Assessment of motor function

  • Muscle bulk and firmness

  • Muscle tone

  • Muscle Strength

  • Voluntary movement control (Stages of recovery, Synergy pattern, Associated reaction)

  • Muscle endurance

  • Fatigue

  • Involuntary movements

11. Assessment of reflex integrity

  • Superficial reflexes

  • Deep tendon reflexes

  • Primitive or spinal reflexes

  • Tonic or brainstem reflexes

12. Assessment of coordination

  • Gross motor coordination

  • Fine motor coordination

13. Assessment of balance

  • Sensory integration or organization

  • Limits of stability (Steadiness and Maximum balance range)

  • Availability of postural synergies (Postural strategies)

  • Balance reactions

  • Static balance (Sitting and Standing)

  • Dynamic balance (Functional movement tasks, Dual tasks and BOS challenges)

14. Assessment of posture

  • Head, neck and trunk alignment

  • Attitude of extremities

  • Symmetrical and asymmetrical posture (weight bearing)

15. Gait analysis

  • Kinematic analysis

  • Kinetic analysis

16. Upper limb control

  • Reach

  • Grasp

  • Manipulation

17. Functional movement analysis

(Based on NDTA, Stages of Motor control, MRP, Task oriented and Brunnstrom’s

concepts)

a) Movement analysis of individual components of body

  • Trunk movements in sitting

  • Upper extremity movements

  • Upper extremity weight bearing movements

  • Lower extremity movements in sitting

  • Lower extremity movements in standing

  • Trunk and extremity movements in supine

b) Movement analysis of functional mobility skills (tasks)

  • Initial activities in supine or side lying position

  • Rolling

  • Sidelying

  • Prone activities

  • Prone extension (pivot prone)

  • Prone on elbows

  • Quadruped (prone kneeling)

  • Lower trunk activities

  • Hooklying (crook lying)

  • Bridging

  • Sitting activities

  • Sitting

  • Kneeling activities

  • Kneeling (kneel standing)

  • Movement transitions into half kneeling

  • Half kneeling

  • Modified plantigrade activities

  • Modified plantigrade

  • Standing activities

  • Standing

  • Movement transitions

  • Supine to sit

  • Sit supine

  • Sit stand

  • Stand to sit

  • Gait activities

18. Functional capacity evaluation (FCE) for patients with neurological impairments

19. Work conditioning and work hardening programs for patients with neurological

impairments

20. Assessment of patients with assistive devices

  • Ambulatory aids

  • Orthotics

  • Wheel chair

21. Assessment of adverse effect of immobilization

  • Musculoskeletal

  • Visceral function

Recommended books

Neuro anatomy

1. Text book of clinical neuroanatomy by Vishram singh (Elsevier 2007)

2. Clinical Neuroanatomy for Medical Students by Richard S Snell, 5th Edition (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2001)

Neurophysiology

1. Neurophysiology by RHS Carpenter, 4th edition (Arnold 2003)

Clinical neurology

1. Pathophysiology of the motor systems: Principles and Clinical presentations by

Christopher M. Fredericks and Lisa K. Saladin (F.A. Davis Company 1996)

2. Brain’s diseases of the nervous system by John Walton, 12th edition (Oxford

University press)

3. A physiological approach to clinical neurology by James W. Lance and James G. McLeod, 3rd edition (Butterworth’s 1981)

4. Muscle and its diseases: An outline primer of basic science and clinical methods by

Irwin M. Siegel (Year book medical publishers 1986)

5. Neuroscience fundamental for rehabilitation by Laurie Lundy Ekman (W.B Saunders

1998)

6. Illustrated neurology and neuro surgery by Kenneth Lindsay and Ian Bone (Churchill

Livingston, 2004)

7. Basic neurology by John Gilroy (Elsevier)


Neuro physiotherapy Assessment

1. Hand book of neurologic rating scales by Robert M.Herndon, 2nd edition , (Demos

publications 2005)

2. Bickerstaff’s neurological examination in clinical practice by John Spillane, 6th

edition (Blackwell science limited 1996)

3. Physical rehabilitation laboratory manual: Focus on functional training by Susan B O

Sullivan and Thomas J Schmitz. (F.A. Davis Company)

4. The development of the infant young child: Normal and Abnormal by R.S.

Illingworth, 9th edition (Churchill Livingstone 1996)

5. Functional Movement Reeducation – A contemporary model for stroke

rehabilitation by Susan Ryerson and Kathryn Levit (Churchill Livingston and Elsevier,

1997)

 

 


Specialty III. Physiotherapy in Cardio Respiratory

Module I Anatomy, Physiology and Clinical conditions

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