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Course Description of Allied Medical Sciences

 

Kinesiology:

Course Description

This course includes the basic concepts and terminology of kinesiology. It deals with the different types and analysis of forces and their applications on the human body. Also, it includes understanding of normal biomechanics of bone and soft tissues under normal and pathological conditions and the use of biomechanics in physiotherapy.

 

Human anatomy:

Course Description

This is an introductory course in systemic gross anatomy specific to further study in physiotherapy. Structures of the integumentary, musculoskeletal, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, and urogenital will be examined.

 

Rehabilitation Psychology:

Course Description

The course is an introduction to the administration of hospitals and physiotherapy services. Topics covered include: departmental design, record, procedure manuals, scheduling of patients, recruiting, supervising and evaluating staff. The course also touches on the ethics of physical therapy.

 

Pathology:

Course Description

This course contains introduction to general and basic knowledge of diseases, their causes, pathogenesis, general morphological and changes at gross, microscopic and submicroscopic levels as well as the prognosis of the disease.

 

Physical Therapy for surgery and burn:

Course Description

This course contains introduction to general and basic knowledge of diseases, their causes, pathogenesis, general morphological and changes at gross, microscopic and submicroscopic levels as well as the prognosis of the disease.

 

Pediatric Physical Therapy:

Course Description

This article includes the basics and the rules of the various aspects of growth and development in children, as well as the evaluation and measurement of the different ways children's diseases. It also includes the description of the causes and symptoms and course of the disease and the prognosis of the disease and the physical examination and appropriate program for the rehabilitation of some diseases related to children and that affects the musculoskeletal system and cardio-respiratory device.

 

Physical Therapy for neurological cases:

Course Description

The course includes the general layout of the nervous system, and a detailed study of anatomy of the brain and spinal cord, the ascending and descending tracts of the cord and the distribution of the cranial nerves, the vascular supply to the brain and the cerebrospinal fluid.

 

Physical Therapy for cardiopulmonary system:

Course Description

This course introduces the students to the principle, methods, the physiological and therapeutic effects, the indications, contraindications, dangers and precautions of different treatment techniques when applied on cardiovascular and pulmonary conditions.

 

Research Methods:

Course Description

This requirement is the most important reviews the principles of administration and leadership in science with an emphasis on managerial skills task of rehabilitation therapists in hospitals and medical clinics. Of the most important skills involved are communication skills with the medical team, problem-solving skills, Mandate, time management, and improve the quality of medical service. As will be discussed and the necessary skills to students in preparing a resume and prepare for job interviews and presentation skills.

Musculoskeletal Anatomy:

Course Description

The course covers in greater depth skeletal system, the muscular system, and the articular system include muscle  anatomy (origin and insertion) , functional dimensions and  neural supplement related to it.

 

Therapeutic exercise:

Course Description

Introduction of therapeutic exercises and methods of use and application, including the different types of passive and active movements, the types of muscle effort and ways of strengthening the muscle group or individually, flexibility exercises, in addition to the practical training of students to apply different types of exercises.

 

Introduction to Physical Therapy:

Course Description

This course introduces students to physical Therapy profession, followed by the role physiotherapists in practice, teaching, and research conducting, and giving medical consultation and treating patients.

 

Patient care principle:

Course Description

This course prepares the future physical therapist to interact with patients, patient’s families, and other related individuals on all levels. Facilitates the adaptation of psycho-social principles in the development of self-understanding and communication with patients, families, the public, and other health teams. The objectives and behaviors are enhanced and expanded from previous clinical experiences. Develops skills in draping patients, body mechanics, transfers, and vital signs.

 

Physiology:

Course Description

This course is concerned with the study of the function of different body systems and its clinical applications in physical therapy. It include the study of blood, circulation, respiration, regulation of water and electrolyte balance, digestion and absorption of food, musculoskeletal and nervous system. It is also include the study of different pathological diseases that disturb normal physical function activity.

 

Management in physical therapy services:

Course Description

The course is an introduction to the administration of hospitals and physiotherapy services. Topics covered include: departmental design, record, procedure manuals, scheduling of patients, recruiting, supervising and evaluating staff. The course also touches on the ethics of physical therapy.

 

Physical Therapy for Geriatric:

Course Description

The course is an introduction to the administration of hospitals and physiotherapy services. Topics covered include: departmental design, record, procedure manuals, scheduling of patients, recruiting, supervising and evaluating staff. The course also touches on the ethics of physical therapy and professional leadership.

 

Electro-Therapy:

Course Description

This course includes types of electrical currents used to raise electrical nerve, muscle and physiological effects and therapeutic uses in addition to the risks and preventive measures and students are trained on how to use electrical appliances. It also includes physiological effects of hydrotherapy, its uses, dangers, and preventive measures in addition to ways of using water treatment devices, students are trained in the use of these devices.

 

Physical Therapy for Musculoskeletal Condition:

Course Description

This course introduces the students to use different methods of evaluating joint mobility and muscle power of the extremities and spine. Longitudinal and girth measurements, as well as, posture examination will be covered under this section with a special attention to some specific regional tests. This course involves demonstration of application techniques, indications, and contra-indications precautions for measurement techniques in physical therapy.

 

Musculoskeletal Evaluation:

Course Description

A principal course in which the students are trained on methods of assessment of the musculoskeletal system from physiotherapy viewpoint. It includes the manual muscle testing for upper, lower extremities, trunk and neck muscles.  Measurement of range of motion for all major body joints generally.

 

Orthotics & Prosthetics:

Course Description

The course gives basic training to the students on orthotics and prosthetics regarding their types, indications, fitting to the patient and rehabilitation of the patient. The orthoses of the upper, lower extremities and trunk as functional supportive, corrective, immobilizer and mixed in different conditions as well as the materials to be used and basic techniques of manufacturing, will be discussed.

The indications, level of amputations and appropriate prosthetics for each condition.

 

Manual Therapy:

Course Description

Manual therapy course designed  to give students  specific hands-on techniques, including but not limited to manipulation/mobilization, used by the physical therapist to diagnose and treat soft tissues and joint structures for the purpose of modulating pain; increasing range of motion (ROM); reducing or eliminating soft tissue inflammation; inducing relaxation; improving contractile and non-contractile tissue repair, extensibility, and/or stability; facilitating movement; and improving function. Students will be exposed to different manual therapy schools and techniques.