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Part I Fundamentals in cardio-respiratory conditions

Unit

1. Anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, pathomechanics & applied anatomy related to

Cardiovascular & Pulmonary System

2. Development of the Cardio Vascular, Pulmonary systems and deviations from the normal development.

3. Age related changes in Cardiovascular & Pulmonary System

4. Physiology of microcirculation and edema

5. Body positioning and various systemic changes

6. Respiratory muscle physiology, fatigue and training

7. Normal and abnormal responses of Cardiovascular & Pulmonary System during exercise

8. Breathing mechanism in normal and diseased.

Part II Clinical Conditions

Unit

1. Respiratory Conditions

  • Obstructive lung diseases

  • Restrictive lung diseases

  • Suppurartive lung diseases

  • Infective lung diseases

  • Occupational lung diseases

  • Chest trauma

  • Chest wall deformities

  • Lung cancers

  • Children with respiratory dysfunction

  • Diaphragmatic diseases

  • Sleep apnoea

  • Hyperventilation syndrome

2. Cardio Vascular Conditions

  • Congenital heart diseases

  • Acquired heart diseases

  • Myocardial infarction

  • Hypertension

  • Diseases of the myocardium

  • Pericardial diseases

  • Tumors of the heart

  • Vascular diseases

  • Peripheral vascular diseases

 

Part X Assessment of cardiorespiratory conditions


1. Skills of physiotherapeutic & functional Assessment of Cardiopulmonary system.

2. Basic principles and concepts of thoracic imaging, Electrocardiogram, Pulmonary function tests, Respiratory And Cardio -Vascular stress test & Ergometry; Cardiac Catheterization & Coronary angiography.

 

Recommended Books

1. Human Physiology by Guyton

2. Physiology of Human joints by Kapandji

3. Hand book of physiology in Aging - Masoro, C.R.C Press

4. Mechanical Ventilation by Irwin R.S.Bemers

5. Mechanical Ventilation by David W. Chang

6. ECG by Schamroth

7. Interpretation of Pulmonary Function Tests: A Practical Guide by Hyatt, Robert E.; Scanlon, Paul D

8. Principles of Exercise Testing and Interpretation: Including Pathophysiology and

Clinical Applications by Kalman Wasserman

9. Baum’s text book of pulmonary diseases

10. Crofton and Douglas’s Respiratory diseases

11. Egan’s Fundamentals of Respiratory care by Robert Wilkins

12. Harrison’s Textbook of medicine

13. Brawnwald’s Cardiology

14. API’s Text book of Medicine


 


Specialty IV Physiotherapy in Pediatrics


Module I Anatomy, Physiology and Clinical conditions

Part I Fundamentals in Pediatrics

Unit

1. Nervous system

  • Overview of growth and development

  • Basic and applied neuroanatomy

  • Neurophysiology

2. Musculoskeletal System

  • Overview of growth and development

  • Musculoskeletal tissue systems - Connective tissue, muscles, bones and alignment of skeletal system.

3. Cardio Pulmonary system

  • Overview of growth and development

  • Respiratory muscle physiology in normal and diseased

Part II Clinical Conditions

Unit

1. Neurological conditions

  • Cerebral palsy

  • Neural tube defects

  • High-risk infants

  • Brachial plexus injury

  • Brain injuries

  • Spinal cord injury

  • Developmental coordination disorders

  • Gullain barre syndrome

  • Spinal muscular atrophy

  • Infectious diseases of brain

2. Musculoskeletal conditions

  • Orthopedic conditions

  • Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis

  • Muscular dystrophy

  • Poliomyelitis

  • Congenital muscular torticollis

  • Arthrogryposis multiplex congenita

  • Osteogenesis imperfecta

  • Sports injuries in children

  • Limb deficiencies and amputations

3. Cardiopulmonary conditions

  • Conditions requiring mechanical ventilation

  • Pulmonary conditions - Asthma, Cystic Fibrosis, Infant Respiratory Distress

  • Syndrome, Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia, Musculoskeletal System

  • Impairments, Neuromuscular System Impairments

  • Cardiac conditions - Cardiovascular structural deficits

  • Cardiac and thoracic surgeries

4. Genetic syndromes

  • Genetics and development

  • Chromosomal Disorders

  • Single Gene Disorders

5. Pediatric oncology

  • Etiology, types, signs & symptoms, physiotherapy management

6. Burns

  • Classification and pathophysiology, Physiotherpay management

Module II Physiotherapy Assessment

Part X Assessment guidelines

Unit

1. Detail assessment procedures related to the elective conditions

  • Overview of pediatric neurological, musculoskeletal and cardiopulmonary

Assessments

2. Principles of Laboratory investigations and other tests - Computerized Tomography Scan, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Electromyography, Nerve Conduction

Study, Evoked Potentials, Muscle Biopsy, Thoracic Imaging, Pulmonary Function Tests, and Exercise Testing.


 


Specialty V Sports Physiotherapy

Module I Anatomy, Physiology and Clinical conditions

Part I Fundamental in Sports

Unit

1. Anatomy & Physiology

  • Basic science and injury of muscle, tendon and ligament

  • Embryological development, growth & maturation of musculoskeletal

system.

  • Applied anatomy & physiology of musculoskeletal system.

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

  • Basic exercise physiology - Physiological responses and adaptations to

Exercise in central nervous, musculoskeletal, cardio respiratory, sensory,

Autonomic nervous and endocrine systems


2. Clinical Conditions related to sporting emergencies

Injuries of:

  • Head, face and neck

  • Shoulder

  • Elbow, forearm, wrist and hand

  • Trunk (Hip, Spine and Ribs)

  • Internal (Abdominal/Thoracic)

  • Knee and thigh

  • Lower leg, ankle and foot

  • Epiphysis

  • Skeletally immature athletes, female athletes and differently baled

  • Injuries Related to Specific Sports - E.g. Foot Ball, Volley Ball, Basket Ball, Swimming etc.

Module II Physiotherapy Assessment

Part X Assessment

1. Basic skills of physical & functional and sports specific assessment of various sports injuries

2. Pre participation evaluation

3. Orientation to investigatory procedures in Orthopedics and Sports

  • Basics of X-ray and views taken

  • Basics of CT Scan

  • Basics of MRI Scan

  • Basics of biopsy procedures

  • Basics of critical care Investigatory procedures

  • Basics of electromyography & interpretation

  • Basics of isokinetic testing  

Specialty VI Physiotherapy in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Module I Anatomy, Physiology and Clinical conditions

Part I Overview of Female Anatomy

Unit

1. Historical insights female nomenclature

2. General female anatomy

  • The female breast

  • The female abdomen

  • The female pelvis

  • The bony pelvis

  • Biomechanics of the female pelvis

  • The reproductive tract

  • The abdominal muscles

3. Obstetric Concerns

  • Pelvic axes, position, obstetric diameters and shape

  • Abnormal bony pelvis

  • Mechanical Impact of the e fetus on an atomic relations

  • Influence of fetal weight on blood supply

  • Influence of fetal weight and postural changes

  • Hormonal impact of pregnancy on anatomic relations

4. Gynecologic concerns

  • Contents of the pelvic cavity

  • The urinary tract

  • The anorectal region

  • Neuroanatomy and neurophysiology of pelvic floor

  • Muscles of the pelvis and pelvic floor/ diaphragm

  • The perineum/external genitalia

Part II The Adolescence Female

Unit

1. Puberty and menarche.

2. Eating disorders

3. Urinary dysfunction in adolescence.

4. Diet for adolescence.

Part III Physiology of Pregnancy

Unit

1. The endocrine physiology related to reproductive medicine

2. Physiology of ovulation and menstruation

3. Pregnancy and fetal development

4. Physical and physiological changes during pregnancy

  • Endocrine system

  • Reproductive system

  • Cardiovascular system

  • Respiratory system

  • Breasts

  • Skin

  • Gastrointestinal system

  • Nervous system

  • Urinary system

  • Musculoskeletal system

Part IV Antenatal Period

Unit

1. Pregnancy tests

2. Antenatal care

3. Antenatal education

4. Pre conceptual care

5. Diet and weight gain

6. Planning and leading labor and parent craft classes

7. Antenatal complications

8. High risk pregnancy

9. Urinary dysfunction during pregnancy

10. Adaptation of mother following musculoskeletal changes during pregnancy.

Part V. The Physical and Physiological Changes during Labor and Puerperium

Unit

1. Physical and physiological changes

2. Events of normal labor

3. Complications of labor

4. Post natal physical and mental condition

5. Psychological and emotional changes and coping with the demands of newborn

Part VI Climacteric

Unit

1. Physiological and endocrine changes o f the menopause

2. Menopausal systemic changes and their management

3. Physical, psychological and emotional symptoms

4. Urinary dysfunction.

Part VII Common Gynecological Conditions

Unit

1. Gynecological health

2. Gynecological disorders and its management and PT treatment

  • Infective conditions

  • Cysts and new growths

  • Displacements and genital prolapse

  • Disorders associated with menstruation

  • Back ache and abdominal pain

  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome

  • Infertility

  • Premature ovarian failure/Premature menopause

  • Psychosexual problems

  • Vulvodynia

Part VIII Urinary Function and Dysfunction

Unit

1. Normal urinary tract function

2. Lower urinary tract dysfunction

3. Incontinence of urine – common types

4. Voiding difficulties

5. Principles of urodynamic, radiological and electromyographical investigations

6. Pregnancy, childbirth and d urinary incontinence

Part IX Bowel and Anorectal Function and Dysfunction

Unit

1. Normal bowel function

2. Bowel and anorectal dysfunction

3. Childbirth and anal incontinence

Part XI Oncologic Issues with Women’s Health

Unit

1. Breast cancer and lymphodema


Module II Physiotherapy Assessment

Part X Assessment

Unit

1. Antenatal period

  • Routine assessment

  • Evaluation of maternal musculoskeletal disorders

2. Assessment during labor

3. Postnatal period

  • Routine Assessment

  • Evaluation of postnatal problems

4. Pelvic floor assessment

  • Measurement of pelvic floor muscle function and strength and pelvic organ

Prolapse

5. Assessment of pelvic pain

6. Bladder and bowel dysfunction

  • Assessment of urinary dysfunction

  • Assessment of urinary incontinence in neurologically impaired patients

  • Physiotherapy assessment for fecal incontinence and bowel dysfunction

7. Pre and post operative assessment for gynaecological surgery

8. Assessment of lymphodema and osteoporosis  


Specialty VII Physiotherapy in Hand Conditions


Module I Anatomy, Physiology and Clinical conditions

Part I Fundamentals in Hand conditions

Unit

1. Embryology of hand

  • Development of hand

  • Hand evolution


2. Anatomy

Bones

  • Carpal bones

  • Metacarpals

  • Phalanges

Joints

  • Wrist joint

  • Carpal joints

  • Carp metacarpal joints

  • Metacarpophalangeal joints

  • Deep transverse metacarpal ligaments:

  • Interphalangeal joints of hand


3. Surface Anatomy

Normal appearance of the hand

Position of the flexor retinaculum and the recurrent branch of the median nerve

Motor functions of the median and ulnar nerves in the hand

Visualizing the positions of the superficial and deep palmar arches

Pulse points


4. The Thumb

Opposition of the thumb

  • The geometry of the thumb opposition

  • The TM joint

  • The MP joint of the thumb

  • The IP joint of the thumb

  • The motor muscles of the thumb

  • The actions of the extrinsic muscles of the thumb

  • Opposition of the thumb


5. Muscles

  • Dorsal interossei

  • Palmar interossei

  • Adductor pollicis

  • Thenar muscles

  • Hypothenar muscles

  • Lumbrical muscles


6. Soft tissues

  • Carpal tunnel and structures at the wrist

  • Palmar aponeurosis

  • Palmaris brevis

  • Anatomical snuffbox

  • Fibrous digital sheaths

  • Extensor hoods

  • The ligamentous complex

  • The tunnels and synovial sheaths of the flexor tendons

  • The tendons of the long flexors of the fingers

  • The tendons of the extensor muscles of the fingers


7. Arteries and Veins

  • Ulnar artery and superficial palmar arch

  • Radial artery and deep palmar arch

  • Veins


8. Nerves

  • Ulnar nerve

  • Median nerve

  • Superficial branch of the radial nerve


9. The lymphatic system


10. Applied anatomy

  • Hand pathologies

  • Tissue healing

  • Abnormal positions of the hand and fingers

  • Hand anomalies


11. Physiology

Hand and wrist from spinal root level

Developmental physiology of the upper limb and hand


12. Kinesiology of the wrist and hand

Biomechanics & Pathomechanics of the hand

Functions of the hand

The mode of prehension

Percussion contact gestures

The positions of function and of immobilization

Partially amputated hands and fictional hands

The motor and sensory function of the upper limb

Motor and sensory tests of the upper limb

Three motor tests of the prehensile ability of the hand

The prehensile ability of the hand

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