This course covers basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the nervous system as well as different tests and measurements of the neuromuscular system. It also includes a description of the causes, clinical features, course, physical examination and the appropriated rehabilitation program of certain disorders like hemiplegia, ataxia, parkinsonism and facial palsy
|2011/2012 + 2012/2013 + 2017/2018|
This course covers concepts, basic principles, and procedures of the common therapeutic techniques as well as the different methods of facilitation and inhibition of the neuromuscular system. It also includes a description of the causes, clinical features, course recovery, physical examination and the appropriate rehabilitation program of certain disorders like paraplegia, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, cerebellar ataxia, vestibular disorders, myopathies, neuropathies, myotonias and motor neuron diseases.
|2010/2011 + 2011/2012 + 2012/2013 + 2013/2014 + 2014/2015 + 2015/2016 + 2016/2017 + 2017/2018|
This course includes a brief knowledge about anatomy and physiology of female genital organs, normal and abnormal pregnancy and labor. It also includes the basic knowledge and skills for applying physical therapy treatment for common obstetric and gynecological conditions.
|2011/2012 + 2012/2013|
This course offers the student the basic principles of medical and rehabilitation work as a team. It sheds light on the role of each member of the team qualifications and its relationship to the roles of other members. Also, this course focuses on the clinical and research ethics.
This course reviews the major OT therapeutic approaches and clinical frameworks used with patients with psychosocial and physical dysfunctions. Lectures in this course will cover the theoretical part of each approach/framework and labs will cover the practical techniques and strategies. The skills learned in this course will be further used in advanced courses of psychiatry and neurology.
This course reviews the major OT therapeutic approaches and clinical frameworks used with patients with psychosocial and physical dysfunctions. Lectures in this course will cover the theoretical part of each approach/framework and labs will cover the practical techniques and strategies.
|2013/2014 and 2014/2015|
This course provides the principles and techniques of different physical and electrical modalities. This course will cover thermotherapy, cryotherapy, electrical stimulating currents, mechanical, magnetica and shock wave therapy.
|2015/2016 + 2016/2017|
This course covers the basic knowledge about the materials used in making braces, splints and artificial limbs for upper limbs, lower limbs and spinal cord. It covers also which type of orthosis is needed, how to evaluate the patient and his needs, methods to train the patient how to make use of it functionally. It includes all types of walking aids, wheel chairs, application and removal of casts.
During this project, the student is required to design & conduct a research project, under the supervision of one of the faculty members, which uses one of the assessment tools or treatment strategies in the field of physiotherapy. The student will be required to present & submit a written document of the results.
|2016/2017 + 2017/2018|