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Part I Advanced Physiotherapy Intervention Techniques used in the Management of Sports Specific Injuries.


Mobilization and manipulation (peripheral and spinal)

Deep dynamic myofascial techniques

Trigger point release

Soft tissue & sports massage

Neural tissue mobilization

Muscle energy technique

Sports taping and wrapping

Proprioceptive neuromuscular techniques (PNF)

Core Exercises - pilates, swiss ball exercises, stabilization exercises

Therapeutic exercise prescription


Therapeutic modalities and procedures in sports

Proprioception training

Plyometric training

Eccentric muscle training

Muscle training and conditioning programme

Stretching

Athletic emergency care and first-aid

Principles of injury prevention

Protective and supportive equipments

Individualized treatment programmes, protocols, preventive exercises, conditioning exercises, tapping and wrapping techniques used for sports specific injuries

 

Part II Special Topics

  • Nutrition, pharmacology and psychology in sports

  • Sports specific fitness training

  • Ergonomics for sports

  • Fitness testing and evaluation

  • Fitness programming for healthy adults and special population

 

Recommended Books

1) Orthopedic Sports Medicine, Delee Drez Miller, 3rd edition: 2009, Saunders Elsevier

2) Sports Physiotherapy, Maria Zuluaga, Christopher Briggs, John Carlisle.

3) Sports Injury Assessment and Management, David C Reid.

4) Orthopedic and sports physical therapy, Terry R.Macone:3rd edition, 1997: Mosby.

5) Post surgical orthopedic sports rehabilitation knee and shoulder , Robert C.

Maske: 2006: Mosby Elsevier.

6) Sports injuries diagnosis and management , Christopher N. Norris: 2nd & 3rd edition:

1998: BH.

7) Sports medicine secrets, Hanley and belters, 2nd edition: 2001: jaypee.

8) Sports injuries prevention and their treatment, Lass Peterson: 1st edition: 2001: Martin dunitz.

9) Sports medicine problem and practical management, Eugene sherry, 1st edition:1997: GMM.

10) Exercise and sports science, Garrett, Kirkendall: 2000: Lippincott Williams

And Wilkins.

11) ACSM’S essentials of sports medicine, Robert E. salhi, fredy massimino:

1997: Mosby.

12) Sports medicine in primary care , Rob jonson M.D: 2000: saunders company.

 


 


Specialty VI Physiotherapy in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Part I Foundations of Physiotherapy in Women’s Health

Unit

1. Historical perspective of women’s health care

2. Patient education in women’s health

3. Psychological issues associated with women’s health

 

Part II the Adolescence Female

Unit

1. Adolescence and musculoskeletal system

2. Exercise for adolescence.

Part III Physiotherapy in Childbearing Year

Unit

1. Importance o f prenatal exercise and benefits of exercise in pregnancy.

2. Exercise class structure.

3. Indications, contraindications and precautions.

4. Various exercises during pregnancy – flexibility, strengthening and Conditioning Exercises.

5. Pregnancy discomforts and its physiotherapy management

6. Relaxation technique in prenatal education

7. Physiologic basis for relaxation training

8. Various relaxation techniques

9. Psycho analgesic methods of pain control

10. Ergonomics

11. Physiotherapy management of musculoskeletal dysfunction during pregnancy

12. Physiotherapy management of high risk pregnancy

Part IV Management of Labor, Physiotherapy Interventions during Labor and

Postpartum Care

Unit

1. Pain during labor and various coping techniques

  • Relaxation

  • Positioning

  • Breathing during various stages of labor

  • Electrical modalities for pain reduction

  • Massage

  • Other techniques

2. Immediate post natal complications and its management

3. Late post natal complications and its management

4. Ergonomics

 

Part V Musculoskeletal Lifespan Issues in Women’s Health

Unit

1. Musculoskeletal disorder s during the middle years and beyond

2. Women and heart disease

3. Post menopausal problems and its management

4. Osteoporosis: Physiotherapy, prevention and intervention

Part VI Physiotherapy Management for Gynecological Disorders

Unit

1. Physiotherapy care of patients undergoing gynecological surgery

  • Psychological aspects of gynecological surgery

  • Preoperative physiotherapy, assessment and treatment

  • Post operative physiotherapy, assessment and treatment

  • Post operative complications and its management

  • Discharge advice

2. Treatment and management of urinary incontinence

  • Ethical principles in pelvic floor physiotherapy

  • Historic perspective of pelvic floor muscle training

  • Evidence based physiotherapy for UI in during pregnancy and childbirth

  • Pelvic floor muscle exercise in the treatment of UI / Pelvic floor and

Exercise science

  • Advanced manual therapy for the pelvic floor

  • Pelvic floor stability and trunk muscle co –activation

  • Biofeedback

  • Ultrasound

  • The use of exercise balls

  • Therapeutic electrical stimulation

  • Bladder training and behavioral training

  • Pelvic floor dysfunction and evidence based physiotherapy

  • Physiotherapy management for fetal incontinence and bowel

  • dysfunction

  • Evidence based physiotherapy for neurological diseases

  • Evidence based physiotherapy for the elderly

  • Evidence based physiotherapy in men

 

Part V Oncologic Issues with Women’s Health

Unit

1. Physiotherapy Management of breast cancer sequel

2. Lymphodema management

Part VI Special Topics within Women’s Health

Unit

1. The female athlete

The athletic women / women and exercise

Pelvic floor physiotherapy for elite athletes

2. Exercise issues and aging

3. Aquatic therapy services in women’s Health

4. Physiotherapy management of women with long term physical disabilities

Part VII Electrical Modalities in OBG

TENS, IFT, Ultra Sound, Electrical Stimulation, Biofeedback, SWD.

Recommended Books

1. Ruth Sapsford, Joanne Bullock Saxton, Sue Markwell, “Women’s Health: A

Textbook for Physiotherapists, 1998, Bailliere Tindall.

2. Physiotherapy in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Margaret Polden and Jill Mantle,

Butterworth-Heinemann Publishers, Stoneham, MA, 1990

3. Obstetrics and Gynecologic Physiotherapy , Elaine Wilder, Churchill Hill

Livingstone.

4. Rebecca G. Stephenson, Linda J. O’ Connor, “Obstetric and Gynecologic Care in

Physical Therapy”, 2000, Slack Incorporated 2 edition.

5. Carolyn Kisner, Colby Allen Iynn, “Therapeutic Exercise Foundations and

Techniques, 5th Edition.

6. Bo, Kari; Berghmans, Bary, “Evidence-based Physical Therapy for the Pelvic

Floor: Bridging Science and Clinical Practice”, 2007, Churchill Livingstone

(London)

7. Irion, Jean M.; Irion, Glenn, “ Women's Health in Physical Therapy: Principle and

Practices for Rehabilitation Professional”, 2009, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins

(Philadelphia).

8. David Wise, Rodney U. Anderson, J. Laycock, “Therapeutic Management of

Incontinence and Pelvic Pain: Pelvic Organ Disorders”, 2007, Springer; 2nd Ed.

Edition.

9. Matthew Parsons, Linda Cardozo, “Female Urinary Incontinence in Practice”,

2004, Royal Society of Medicine Press.

10. John Cox and Jeni Holden, “Perinatal Mental Health - a guide to the Edinburgh

Postnatal Depression Scale”, 2003, Gaskell Publisher.

11. Carrie Hall and Lori Thein Brody, “Therapeutic Exercise: Moving Towards

Function, 2005, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

12.Padubidri Vg Shirish N Daftary, Shaw's Textbook Of Gynecology, Elsevier India P

Ltd 2008.

13. Gary Cunningham et al, Williams Obstetrics, McGraw Hill Professional, 2001

13. Kevin P Hanretty, et al, Obstetrics Illustrated, Churchill Livingstone; 6 edition (May

15, 2003) 2003.

14. David MaKay Hart, et al Gynaecology Illustrated, Churchill Livingstone 2000.


 


Specialty VII Physiotherapy in Hand Conditions

Part I Foundational Concepts

Part II Part I Physiotherapy Management for Hand conditions & Dysfunctions

Part III Special Techniques

  • Edema control

  • Splinting position & techniques

  • De-sensitization

  • Motor re-education

  • Restoration of ROM

  • Joint mobilization techniques

  • Soft tissue techniques in hand

  • Scar mobilization

  • Sensory reeducation

  • Pain management

  • Hand protection & hand care

  • Therapeutic exercises

  • Muscle strengthening & endurance

  • Roping

  • Taping Technique

  • Modalities in the PT management of hand conditions

  • PNF

  • Arthroplasty Physiotherapy protocols

Part IV Evidence Based Physiotherapy Protocols in Hand Conditions

Various protocols for flexor & extensor tendon injury

Hand burns

Post operatory management of skin graft

Post op management after simple hand surgery

Arthroplasty protocol

Wound care

Short arc motion (Sam) protocol

Flexor tendon repair- kleinert protocol

Part V Special Considerations

Psychology of loss, self-image, self-esteem and recovery;

Social impact of upper limb trauma and disease

Recommended books

1. Rehabilitation of the Hand and Upper Limb 1st edition / Prossers Conolly

2. Examination of the Hand and Wrist 2nd edition / Tubiana, Thomine, Mackin

3. Hand Therapy Principles and Practice 1st edition / Salter, Cheshire

4. Common Hand problems in Primary Call 1st edition / Cancannon

5. Hand Pain and Impairment 3rd edition / Cailliet

6. Hand Rehabilitation 1st edition /Jalkenstein, Cessard

 

Specialty VIII Community Physiotherapy

Part I Foundational Concepts in Community Physiotherapy

Unit

1. Historical development of community health and community Physiotherapy- World and

India, various health and family welfare committees

2. Principles of community based rehabilitation

3. Population studies and epidemiological implications of impairment, disability and handicap

4. Basic concepts of community based rehabilitation

5. Physiotherapist as a master trainer in CBR.

6. Bioethics ethico-moral codes of conduct physiotherapy ethics

7. Evidence based practice in community health.

8. Clinical decision-making skill in assessment & management of dysfunction related to community health.

9. Scope of Physiotherapy in community

10. Multicultural psychology and its influence on psychosocial rehabilitation

 

Part II Physiotherapy Interventions in Community

Unit

1. Physical fitness

2. Principles of fitness training for health promotion in community

3. Stress management through yoga and psychosomatic approaches.

4. Home exercise pro grams for various classifications of disabilities.

5. Physiotherapy in maternal and child health care.

6. Exercise prescription for the elderly

7. Psychosocial and safety issues in elderly

8. Geriatric rehabilitation

9. Holistic physiotherapy for the aged.

10. Community mental health

 

Part III Physiotherapy in Occupational and Industrial Health

Unit

1. Industrial hygiene

2. Vulnerable workers group and labor law

3. Industrial Physiotherapy

4. Injury prevention and returning the worker to productivity

5. Ergonomics: principles, issues related to hand tools, posture, material handling and lifting

6. Prevention of work related injuries and redesigning workspace, designing auditory and visual displays for workers; occupational stress; environmental pollution – nose, vibration etc.

7. Assistive technology used for stability & mobility to enhance function

8. Appropriate technology, skill transfer, sustainability, disability evaluation, concessions available to persons with disability.

9. Application of & environmental modification techniques to improve quality of life. information, education and communication

 

Part IV Role of Physiotherapist in National Health Care Delivery System

Unit

1. Health care delivery programme in urban and rural areas

2. Disability survey

3. Epidemiological aspects and demands of Physiotherapy services

4. Concept of rural camps and integration of infrastructural service and voluntary

agencies, extension services and mobile units.

5. Institute based rehabilitation services and multi-disciplinary approach.

6. Methodology of CBR with reference to national health delivery system.

7. Role of national institutes, district rehabilitation centre and primary health centre (with

appropriate exposure).

8. Public awareness to the various disabilities.

9. Communications.

10. Message generation and dissipation.

11. Persons with disability; Act – 1995 and related Government infrastructure.

12. Role of Government in CBR

13. Implementation of the act, Role of non Governmental agencies in CBR

 

Part IV Special Considerations in Community

Unit

1. Advances in disaster management.

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

3. Health care in the community – Principles & delivery systems

4. IEC/BCC: Principles and strategies communication skills management information and evaluation system: records and reports information technology tele-medicine and tele-physiotherapy journalism mass media

5. Regulatory agencies & legal issues

6. Legal issues: Legislation, labor unions, ILO and WHO recommendations, factories

Act, ESI act

7. Recent advances in community physiotherapy

8. Research in community PHYSIOTHERAPY

 

Recommended Books

1. Developing cultural competence in physical therapy practice, Jill black lattanzi,

Larry D. Purnell (2006 F.A. Davis).

2. Industrial therapy, Key.G.L. (1987 Mosby)

3. Physiotherapy in the community , Gibson, Ann. 1988, Woodhead-Faulkner

(Cambridge, Wolfeboro, N.H., USA)

4. Community Rehabilitation in Neurology, Michael P. Barnes, Harriet Radermacher,

Cambridge University Press 2009

5. Community Care for Health Professionals, Ann Crompton and Mary Ashwin,

(Butterworth – Heinemann 2000)

 


 


Specialty IX Geriatric Physiotherapy

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