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Part II Hand Conditions and Dysfunctions

 

1. Arthritis

2. Orthopaedic conditions

3. Neurogenic conditions of hand

4. Infections and sequel of the hand

5. Hand burns and sequel

6. Extensor tendon derangements

_ Swan neck deformity

_ Boutonniere deformity

_ Duputryens Contracture

7. Hand trauma

_ Crush injuries,

_ Zones of hand injuries

_ Ligamentous injuries

_ Volar plate injuries

_ Tendon injuries

_ Fractures & dislocations of hand & wrist

_ Amputation

_ Volkman’s ischaemic contracture

8. Occupational hand disorders

_ Computer operators

_ Musicians

_ Pneumatic tools operators

_ Hand arm vibration syndromes

_ Hand cuff and arrest injuries

_ Defense injuries

_ Mechanics

_ Ergonomics advices

9. Other conditions

_ Diabetic hand

_ Various nail pathologies

_ Various hand deformities

_ Vascular conditions of the hand

Part III Special Surgical Procedures that require post operative physiotherapy

-Tendon repair

_ Tendon transfers

_ Tenolysis

_ Soft tissue repair / release

_ Various grafting procedures- skin, nerve, tendon

_ Amputation & re-implantation

_ Arthroplasty .

_ Modified modquad release

_ Neurotization

_ Flaps

_ Plastic surgical techniques of the hand

_ Syndactyly release

_ Nerve transfer surgery

_ Revascularization procedures

 

Part IV. Basic of Imaging in Hand and Wrist Disorders like X ray, CT Scan, MRI etc.

 

 

Reference books

1. Gray’s Anatomy Richard L. Drake Wayne Vogl Adam W.M Mitchell

2. Rehabilitation of the hand and upper extremity 5th edition Mackin

3. The practice of the hand surgery 2nd edition Wilamp Hooper

4. Operative surgery of the hand 4th edition rob & smith

5. Environment & occupational medicine William N 4th edition

6. Emergency medicine Judith E Tintinalli 6th edition

7. Oxford textbook of public health Roger Delels

8. Forensic medicine clinical and pathological aspects Jasm Payne

9. Orthopedics examination evaluation and intervention Mark Dutton

10. Greens operative hand surgery 5th Ed green hotchkin

11. Lister’s the hand Paul Smith 4th edition

12. Campbell’s operative orthopedics S. Terry Canale & Jsmrd

13. Musculoskeletal disorders in the work place principles and practice Nordin

 

Module II Physiotherapy Assessment

Part X Assessment

Unit

1. Hand evaluation

  • Subjective assessment

  • History

  • Objective assessment

  • Inspection

  • Palpatory findings

  • Physical examination

  • Pain assessment

  • Scar assessment

  • Range motion

  • Strength

  • Edema

  • Functional Evaluation Tests

2. Hand evaluation aids

  • Hand dynamometer ,

  • Goniometer ,

  • Sensory evaluation kit ,

  • Sensory-motor integration kit.

  • Digital algometer


 


Specialty VIII Community Physiotherapy

Module I Anatomy, Physiology and Clinical conditions

Part I Fundamental Concepts

Unit

1. Introduction

  • Definition of community

  • Current status

  • Trends and challenges of community Health

  • Psycho-social and socio – economical aspects of community

2. Culture

  • Primary and secondary characteristics of culture

  • Cultural conception of the self

  • Breast feeding care in multicultural population

  • Food customs and their role in pregnancy and infant feeding

3. Bio-cultural ecology

  • Skin color and biological variations

  • Endemic, heredity and genetic diseases

4. Epidemiology

  • Basic principles

  • Distribution of disease

  • Determinants of diseases

5. Family

  • Origins

  • Residence

  • Economics

  • Education and employment

  • Dominant language and communication practices

  • Decision making and gender roles in family

  • Roles of aged and extended family

  • Alternative life style

6. High risk behaviours

  • Obesity and functional impairment

  • Exercise and nutritional supplementation

  • Death rituals

  • Spirituality

  • Poverty and homelessness

7. Health and Illness: Levels of healthcare & fitness

8. Applied anatomy, physiology and biomechanics related to:

  • Women’s health

  • Mother & child

  • Sports

  • Industrial health.

9. Social Aspects

  • Nutrition and diet

  • Physically challenged patient

  • Living with chronic illness

  • Child care prevention and social medicine

  • Immunization programs – malnutrition and early detection of disabling conditions

  • Educated child birth, post natal complications and prevention of postural defects, fitness programs

  • Drug dependence and iatrogenic disorders

 

Part II Occupational & Industrial health

  • Introduction: Trends, issues, definition, aims, objectives, workplace safety

  • Occupational environment- Physical, social, decision making, critical thinking

  • Occupational hazards for different categories of people physical, chemical, biological, mechanical, accidents.

  • Occupational diseases and disorders

 

Part III National and International Health Agencies

 

Part IV Health Disorders

  • Preventive aspects of health disorders

  • Developmental disorders, pediatric disorders

  • Sports, Industrial and occupational disorders

  • Geriatric diseases

  • Gynecological health, women’s reproductive health and health care

  • Tuberculosis

  • Sexually transmitted diseases, acquired immune deficiency syndrome

  • Poliomyelitis, malaria, leprosy, typhoid, cancer

  • Hypertension, cardiac disorders

  • Occupational lung disorders

  • Communicable and non communicable disorders

 

Module II Physiotherapy Assessment

Part X Detail assessment Procedures Related to the Community Physiotherapy

Unit

1. Disability detection

2. Assessment of musculoskeletal pain

3. Assessment of dysfunction related to community health

4. Disaster evaluation

5. Evaluation and assessment of elderly problems

6. Ergonomic evaluation

7. Kleinman’s explanatory model for disability

8. Early detection and intervention

9. Information gathering, surveys, record keeping, report writing, community resources, devising individual programs, plans and evaluating process, monitoring needs, reviews, discharge, communication and participative evaluation

10. Screening and identification of early mental retardation

11. Gross motor and fine motor assessment

12. Screening and assessment check list


 


Specialty IX Geriatric Physiotherapy

Module I Anatomy, Physiology and Clinical conditions

Part I Introduction to Geriatrics

Unit

1. Concepts about aging

Myths and stereotypes about aging

2. Biology of aging

Longevity, cellular and molecular aging

3. Theories of aging

Biological, psychological and sociological theories

4. Cultural aspects of aging

5. Physiological changes in various systems

  • Aging musculoskeletal system

  • Aging and the nervous system

  • Aging cardiac vascular system

  • Aging respiratory system

  • Effects of aging on vascular function.

  • Aging digestive system.

  • Aging immune system.

  • Thermoregulation considerations for aging patients.

 

Part II Clinical Conditions in Geriatrics

Unit

 

  • Endocrine and metabolic disorders

  • Sexual dysfunction in elderly

  • Neoplasm in elderly

  • Dermatologic diseases and disorders

  • Infectious diseases in elderly

  • Functional vision changes in aging.

  • Functional hearing changes in aging.

  • Nutritional deficiency disorders

  • Sleep problems in elderly.

  • Psychiatric problems in geriatrics musculoskeletal conditions

  • Neurological conditions

  • Cardio respiratory conditions

  • Gastrointestinal disorders

  • Urologic disorders in elderly


Module II Physiotherapy Assessment

 

Part X Detail Assessment Procedures Related to the Geriatric Conditions

Unit

1. Principles and concepts of assessment

  • A conceptual framework for examination, evaluation and diagnosis of

Elderly

  • Functional assessment of the elderly

  • Environmental design: accommodating sensory changes in the elderly

  • Cognitive impairment

  • Depression and function in the elderly


2. Examination procedures

  • Vascular examination

  • Musculoskeletal examination

  • Neurological examination

  • Physical assessment

  • Cognitive assessment

  • Psychosocial assessment

  • Activities of daily living

3. Geriatric screening

4. Assessment of falls


 


SPECIALTY PAPER II

PHYSIOTHERAPY INTERVENTIONS

Specialty I Physiotherapy in Orthopedics

Part I Fundamental concepts

Unit

  • Basic Skills in Orthopaedic Physiotherapy evaluative procedures

  • Physical assessment including relevant investigations of musculoskeletal

System and appropriate outcome measures.

  • Evidence based practice

Part II Physiotherapy Management Procedures

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 & Dislocations

  • Fractures & dislocations of upper limb

  • Fractures & dislocations of lower Limb

  • Fractures & dislocations of spine

  • Fractures of pelvis

 

3. Importance of orthosis, prosthesis & mobility aids in musculoskeletal problems

  • Orthoses & mobility aids – materials, designs and biomechanical compatibility.

  • Applied mechanics in the application of prostheses

  • Procedures in prosthetic & orthotic fabrication of temporary splints for face, upper & lower Limb for support, prevention of deformities & Functional training.


4. Special orthopedic physiotherapeutic approaches

  • Physiological and accessory movements, biophysics of contractile and non contractile tissues, response to mechanical loading. .

  • History of manual therapy. overview of various manual therapy approaches for all the skeletal joints.

  • Principles and application of different soft tissue mobilizations like Myofacial Techniques, Neural Tissue Mobilization, Muscle Energy Technique etc.

  • Therapeutic exercise as an adjunct to manual therapy.

  • Pilates-school of thought, Chiropractic school of thought, Osteopathic school of thought

  • Joint manipulation – peripheral joints and vertebral joints.

  • Neuromuscular Taping techniques

  • Advances in the field of manual medicine

  • Swiss ball therapy

  • PNF Techniques

 

5. Special topics

  • Classification of sports specific injuries and its management

  • Community based rehabilitation for musculoskeletal disorders

  • Ergonomics in musculoskeletal dysfunctions with special emphasis to industrial safety.

  • Understanding of disability & its compensation strategies

  • Emergency care & musculoskeletal therapeutics

  • Role of Physiotherapist as a member in disaster management team.

  • Recent advances in pain evaluation & physiotherapy management.

  • Team Approach of Physiotherapy management In poly trauma

  • Home program & counseling of care givers


Recommended Books

1. Skeletal Growth and development: Clinical issues and basic science advances. The

Symposium Series by Joseph A Buckwalter – AAOS

2. Introduction to Physical Therapy, By Michael A. Pagliarulo - Mosby

3. Kinesiology: The mechanics and Pathomechanics of Human Movement by Carol A

Oatis - Lippincott

4. Cash Text Book for Orthopedics and rheumatology for physiotherapist by John

Elizabeth Cash & Patricia A Downie – Lippincott

5. Joint Mobilization / Manipulation: Extremity and Spinal Techniques by Susan L

Edmond – Mosby

6. Foundations of Chiropractic by Meridel I Gatterman – Mosby

7. Grieve's Modern Manual Therapy: The Vertebral Column, By Jeffrey Boyling and

Gwendolen Jull – Churchill Livingston

8. Kinesiology of the Musculoskeletal System: Foundations for Rehabilitation, By Donald A. Neumann, PhD, PT – Mosby

9. Maitland’s Peripheral Manipulation, By Elly Hengeveld, and Kevin Banks, -

Butterworth-Heinemann

10. Maitland’s Vertebral Manipulation, By Geoff D. Maitland, - Butterworth-

Heinemann

11. Hand and Upper Extremity Rehabilitation: A Practical Guide, By Susan L. Burke,

- Churchill Livingston

12. Manual Therapy for the Peripheral Nerves B y Jean-Pierre Barral, DO(UK) and

Alain Croibier, Osteopathe DO, MRO (F) – Churchill Linvingston

13. Neuromuscular Rehabilitation in manual and physical therapies: Principles and

Practice by Eyal Lederman – Churchill Livingston

14. Orthopaedic Physical therapy Secrets by Jeffrey D Place - Elsevier

15. Principles and Practice of orthopedics and sports medicine b y Garret

16. A Physiotherapist’s Guide to Clinical Measurement by John Edward Fox, and

Richard Jasper Day – Elsevier

17. Orthotics and Prosthetics in Rehabilitation, By Michelle M. Lusardi, PhD, PT and

Caroline C. Nielsen, PhD - Butterworth-Heinemann

18. Clinical Application of Neuromuscular Techniques: The Upper Body by Leon

Chaitow, and Judith DeLany, - Elsevier

19. Handbook of Postsurgical Rehabilitation Guidelines for the Orthopedic Clinician

By Hospital for Special Surgery – Mosby

20. An Illustrated Guide to Taping Techniques – Principles & Practice By Thomas

John Hewetson – Mosby

21. Paraplegia & Tetraplegia A Guide for Physiotherapists by Id a Bromley – Churchill

Livingston

22. Therapeutic exercises using swiss ball By Caroline corning creager – Executive

Physical therapy

23. Manual Mobilization of the Joints – The Kaltenborn Method Volume I, II By

Freddy kaltenborn

24. Treat your own Back by Robin Mckenzie

25. Treat your own Neck by Robin Mckenzie

26. Cervical and Thoracic spine : Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy Vol I & II By

Robin Mckenzie

27. The Lumbar Spine: Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy Vol I & II By R obin

Mckenzie

28. The Human Extremities: Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy by Robin Mckenzie

29. Manual Therapy by Brain R Mulligan

30. Documentation for Rehabilitation: A Guide to Clinical Decision Making, By Lori

Quinn, and James Gordon - Saunders

31. Clinical Orthopaedic Rehabilitation by S Brent Brotzman

32. Treatment and rehabilitation fractures by Vasantha L Moorthy & Stanley

Hoppenfield - Lippincott

33. Physiotherapy for Amputees: The Roehampton Approach by Barbara Engstrom –

Churchill Livingston

34. Textbook of orthopedic medicine Vol I & II by James Cyriax - Bailliere

 


 

Specialty II Physiotherapy in Neurology

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