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Part I. Foundational Concepts in Neurological Physiotherapy

Unit

1. History of neurological physiotherapy

2. Motor development concepts

3. Motor control and its clinical applications

4. Motor learning and its clinical applications

5. Recovery of function and neural plasticity

6. Conceptual framework for clinical practice

7. Constraints of motor control (Neurological impairments)

8. Interventions for neurological impairments

9. Psychological aspects of adaptation and adjustment during various phases of

neurological disabilities

10. Principles of electro diagnosis (NCV, EMG, RNS and EP)

Part II. Special Neuro Physiotherapeutic Approaches

Unit

1. Traditional approaches

  • Compensatory training approach

  • Muscle reeducation approach

  • Neuro physiological approaches

(Bobath, Brunnstrom, Roods, PNF, Sensory integration therapy and others)

2. Contemporary approaches

  • Motor relearning programme

  • Task oriented approach (Shumway cook)

  • Novel approaches

  • Constrained movement therapy

  • Body weight supported treadmill training

  • Functional electrical stimulation

  • Neuro muscular electrical stimulation (NMES)

  • Mirror box therapy

  • Mental imagery technique

  • Virtual reality therapy

  • Robotic movement therapy (MAT)

  • Bimanual approach

  • Biofeedback

  • Neuro dynamics in neurological conditions

3. Eclectic approach


Part III. Physiotherapy Intervention for Neurological 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 movement disorders of the basal ganglia

  • Disorders of the cerebellum and its connection

  • Traumatic brain injury

  • Cerebrovascular disease (Stroke)

  • Multiple sclerosis and other central 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

 

Part IV. Special Topics

Unit

1. Vestibular rehabilitation

2. Pain management

3. Retraining of bladder and bowel dysfunctions

4. Management for oromotor dysfunctions

5. Visual deficits and its management

6. Myofascial release technique

7. Swiss ball therapy

8. Orthotics for neurological conditions

9. Alternative and complementary therapies

 

Recommended Books

General Neuro physiotherapy

1. Neurological rehabilitation by Darcy A.Umphred, 5th Edition, 2007 (Mosby Elsevier

Publication.)

2. Physical management in neurological rehabilitation by Maria Stokes (Elsevier

Mosby publication 2004)

3. Physiotherapy in neuro conditions by Glady samual raj (Jaypee brothers 2006)

4. Spinal cord injury functional rehabilitation by Martha Freeman Somers, 2nd edition

(Prentice Hall publication)

5. Physiotherapy in disorders of the brain : A clinical guide by Janet H.Carr and

Roberta B. Shepherd (William Heinemann medical books limited)

6. Cash textbook of Neurology for physiotherapists by Patricia Downie, 4th edition

(Jaypee Wolf 1992)

7. Neurologic interventions for physical therapy by Suzanne Tink Martin and Mary

Kessler, 2nd edition (Saunders Elsevier)

8. Functional neurorehabilitation through the life span by Dolores B. Bertoti (F.A.

Davis Company 2004)

Neuro physiotherapeutic approaches

1. Brunnstrom’s movement therapy in hemiplegia: A neurophysiological approach by

Kathryn A. Sawner and Jeanne M. La Vigne, 2nd edition (Lippincott Company 1992)

2. Motor control: Translating research into clinical practice by Anne Shumway - Cook

And Marjorie Woollacott, 3 edition (Lippincott Williams and Wilkins)

3. Neuro developmental treatment approach : theoretical foundations and principles of

clinical practice by Janet M. Howle (NDTA2002)

4. PNF in practice: Susan Adler

5. Vestibular rehabilitation by Susan J.Herdman, 2nd edition (F.A. Davis Company 2000)

6. Mobilization of the nervous system by David S.Butler (Churchill Livingstone 1996)

7. Myofascial release and NDT

8. Stroke Rehabilitation: Guidelines for exercise and training to optimize motor skill

By Janet Carr and R. Shepherd (Elsevier, 2003)

9. Neurological Rehabilitation, Optimizing motor performance by Janet Carr and R.

Shepherd (Butterworth and Heinemann Ltd, 2004)

10. Functional Movement Reeducation – A contemporary model for stroke

Rehabilitation by Susan Ryerson and Kathryn Levitt (Churchill Livingston and Elsevier,

1997)

11. A Motor Relearning Programme for Stroke by Janet Carr and R. Shepherd

(Butterworth and Heinemann Ltd, Oxford Publication)


 


Specialty III Physiotherapy in Cardio Respiratory Conditions

Part I Basic Foundations

Unit

1. History of Cardio pulmonary Physiotherapy

2. Concepts in Cardio-respiratory Physiotherapy

3. Concepts in Cardio-pulmonary Rehabilitation.

Part II Special Techniques

Unit

  • Body positioning techniques

  • Relaxation techniques

  • Breathing exercises

  • Breathing re-education techniques

  • Advanced airway clearance techniques

  • Facilitating ventilatory patterns and breathing strategies

  • Evidence based practice in Cardiac Rehabilitation

  • Evidence based practice in Pulmonary Rehabilitation

  • Ventilator – dependent patient

  • Adjuncts to Chest Physiotherapy




  • Humidification

  • Nebulization

  • Aerosol delivery

  • Mechanical ventilation (Invasive, Non Invasive)

  • Airways

  • Tracheostomy care

  • Suction

  • Manual hyper inflation

  • Lung expansion therapies

Part III Management for Clinical Conditions

Unit

1. Cardio vascular system

  • Cardiac conditions

  • Peripheral vascular diseases

2. Respiratory system

Obstructive, Restrictive, Suppurartive, Infective, Occupational lung diseases,

Chest trauma, Chest wall deformities, Lung cancers, Children and Neonates

  1. Physiotherapy Management after Surgery

  2. Life-style modifications

  3. Cardio-pulmonary fitness training and disability evaluation


 Recommended Books

1. Cardio pulmonary physical therapy by Scott Irwin

2. Cardio pulmonary physical therapy by Donna frownfelter

3. Principles of cardio pulmonary physical therapy by Asbury & Petty

4. Cardio pulmonary physical therapy by HelenHillegas, (Saunders)

5. PT for RT & cardiac problems by Weber

6. Cardio pulmonary physical therapy by Joanne Watchie

7. Physiotherapy for respiratory and cardiac problems by Pryor JA; Prasad SA,

Elsevier

8. Respiratory ca re – A guide to clinical practice by Burton G.G. & Hodgkin

9. Brompton’s Chest Physiotherapy

10. Physiotherapy in respiratory care by Hough a Jaypee Publishers

11. Chest physiotherapy in intensive care unit by Mackenzie CF Williams and Wilkins

12. Cardiovascular and Pulmonary physical therapy by Felter D.F. Mosby

13. Exercise and the heart by Froelicher V.F. Elsevier

14. Cardiovascular health and disease in women by Douglas PS. Saunders

15. Acute care handbook for physical therapist b y Jamie C.Paz Michel P. West.

Butterworth Heine Mann

16. Physical therapy for children by Campbell Suzann K, W.B Saunders, Philadelphia

17. Chest physiotherapy in Intensive care unit by Mackenzie, Williams & Wilkins,

Baltimore

18. Cardiopulmonary symptoms in physiotherapy by Cohen M, Churchill, Livingstone,

London

19. Physical rehabilitation: assessment and treatment by O’Sullivan, F.A Davis,

Philadelphia

20. Clinical application of ventilatory support by Kinky Churchill, Livingstone, New

York

21. Pulmonary rehabilitation: guidelines to success by Bodkins, Butterworth, Boston

22. Cardiac rehabilitation by Amundsen lord, Churchill, Livingstone, London

23. Physical therapy of the cancer patient by McGaryex Charles, Churchill, Livingstone,

New York

24. Multidisciplinary approach to breathing disorder by Leon

25. Clinical Exercise testing by Jones

26. Pulmonary rehabilitation. The Obstructive and Paralytic Conditions by John

27. Coronary artery disease essentials of prevention and Rehabilitation Program by

Peter

28. Pulmonary Rehabilitation by John Hodgkin (Elsevier)


 


Specialty IV Physiotherapy in Pediatrics

Part I Fundamental Concepts

Unit

1. Motor control

Theories, variables, motor skill acquisition in children

2. Motor Learning

Theories, motor learning constructs, motor learning and teaching strategies

3. The child’s development of functional movement

  • Motor development theories

  • Developmental processes and principles

  • Stages of motor development

4. Reflexes and Reactions

  • Survival and vestigial reflexes

  • Attitudinal postural reflexes

  • Righting reactions

  • Balance reactions

5. Ethical and Legal Framework of pediatric Physical therapy practice

6. Models of team interaction and service delivery in pediatric Physical Therapy practice

Part II Advanced Approaches used in Pediatric Physical Therapy

Unit

1. Special approaches

  • Neurodevelopment therapy

  • Sensorimotor approach

  • Sensory integration therapy

  • Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation

  • Electromyography biofeedback

  • Constraint-induced movement therapy

  • Myofascial release

  • Mobilization and manipulations

  • Muscle energy technique

  • Advanced airway clearance techniques

2. Early intervention services

  • Effectiveness and implications for pediatric Physical Therapy practice

  • Family centered Care

  • Role of Physical therapist

  • Elements of early intervention

Part II Physical Therapy management

1. Management of Pediatric Neurological, Musculoskeletal and Cardiopulmonary conditions using advanced Physical Therapy interventions

2. Role of Physical therapist in Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive care units

3. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation in children

4. Sports injuries in children

Components of physical performance and sports performance

Physiotherapy management for sports injuries

5. Genetic syndromes

Physical therapy management for various genetic syndromes resulting in neurological, Musculoskeletal and cardiopulmonary impairments.

6. Pediatric oncology

Physical therapy interventions for different types of cancers, bone marrow Transplantation and terminal disease

7. Burns

Physical therapy management in emergent, acute, skin graft, rehabilitation and Reconstructive phases

Splinting, pressure garments and inserts

8. Assistive technology

  • Role of assistive devices

  • Determining a child’s equipment needs and equipment selection

  • Commonly used equipments

Recommended Books

1. Pediatric Physical Therapy , Jan Stephen Tecklin, 3rd (1999) and 4th (2008) editions,

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

2. Physical Therapy for Children , Suzann K.Campbell, 3rd edition, 2006, Saunders

Elsevier.

3. Physiotherapy for Children, Teresa Pountney, 2007, Butterworth Heinemann

Elsevier.

4. Meeting the Physical Therapy Needs of Children , Susan K.Effgen, 2005, F.A.Davis

Company, Philadelphia.

5. Physiotherapy in Pediatrics, Roberta B. Shepherd, 3rd edition, 1995, Butterworth

Heinemann.

6. Neurologic Intervention for Physical Therapist Assistant, Martin Kessler, 1st & 2nd

Edition, 2008, W.B.Saunders Company Ltd.

7. Physiotherapy and the growing child , Yvonne R Borns & Julie MacDonald, 1996,

W.B.Saunders Company Ltd.

8. Pediatric Rehabilitation, Gabriella E. Molnar, 3rd edition, 1999. Hanly & Belfus,

Philadelphia.

9. Treatment of Cerebra l Palsy & Motor Delay , Sophie Levett, 4th edition, 2004.

Blackwell Publishing.

10. Pediatric Therapy, A Systems Approach , Susan Miller Porr, 1999, F.A.Davis

Company.

11. Reflex and Vestibular Aspects of Motor Control, Motor Development and Motor

Learning , R.Barnes, Carolyn A Crutch field, 1990, Stokesville Publishing Company.

12. Neurological Rehabilitation, Darcy A. Umphred, 4th & 5th edition, 2007, 2001,

MOSBY Elsevier.

13. Physical Rehabilitation, Susan B.O Sullivan, 4th & 5th editions, 2007, Jaypee Brothers.

14. Cash’s Textbook of Neurology for Physiotherapists, Patricia A. Downie, 4th edition,

1992, Jaypee Brothers.

15. Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Physical Therapy evidence & practice , Elizabeth ( Dean & Donna frownfelter, 3th (1996) & 4th (2006) editions, MOSBY Elsevier.

16. Pediatric Physical Examination, Karen G.Dunder Stadt, 2006, MOSBY Elsevier.

17. Clinics in Physical Therapy Assessment in Early Infancy, Edited by Irmaj. Wilhelm,

1993, Churchill Livingstone.

18. Motor Assessment of the Developing Infant , Martha Copier, 1994, Saunders.


 


Specialty V Sports Physiotherapy

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