Curriculum | MPT | Review of human sciences I (Anatomy & Physiology)

MPT 1ST YEAR CURRICULUM

Review of basic sciences I (Anatomy & Physiology)

Paper Code

TEACHING HOURS: 150 

THEORY: 80 MARKS

S. No Contents of the Topic Learning Objectives (At the end of the course the student shall be able to) Teaching Guidelines Methodology Time
1.        ANATOMY To learn the anatomy of musculoskeletal system of whole body.

 

To demonstrate various plexus and its positions of the human body.

To Cover

·         Upper Limb Lower Limb Trunk, Head & Neck: Bone and Joint, Major Muscles Nerves, Vascular system, Applied Anatomy

·         Various Regions: Upper limb pectoral, axilla, scapular, arm, forearm, cubital fossa and hand.

·         Lower limb-thigh, gluteal region, popliteal fossa, leg and foot

Lecture Discussion

Students seminars

Case discussion

SIS

 

25

2.        ANATOMY

Cardio-Respiratory

To describe the anatomy of Cardio respiratory system. To cover

·        Pleura and lungs

·        Pericardium and heart

·        Vessels and Large Vessels

Lecture Discussion

Students seminars

Case discussion

SIS

 

15

3.        ANATOMY – Nervous System To learn and describe the whole neurological anatomy To Cover

·         Elementary Neuroanatomy

·         Neurons and Neuralgia

·         Properties of nerve fibers, synapse

·         Spinal cord Cerebral cortex

·         Pyramidal and extra pyramidal system

·         The cerebellum Autonomic nervous system Cerebrospinal fluid

·         Cranial nerves

·         Blood supply of CNS

Lecture Discussion

Students seminars

Case discussion

SIS

 

20

4.        EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY To understand and describe the changes in Physiology of various body systems during and because of exercises To Cover

·        Respiratory System and Exercise

·        Cardio Vascular System and Exercise

·        Energy Transfer for Physical activity

·        Muscle Physiology

·         gastrointestinal tract & Endocrine

Lecture Discussion

Students seminars

Case discussion

SIS

Horizontal integrated teaching.

 

40

5.        HEALTH & FITNESS

 

To learn various needs of health and fitness regarding its nutritional needs.

 

To learn Physiological needs of training and conditioning

To  Cover

·         Nutrition

·         Diet

·         Fitness testing

·         Body composition

·         Aging and exercise

·         Temperature regulation

·         Physiological basis and principles of training and conditioning

·         Misc. Topics

Lecture Discussion

Students seminars

Case discussion

SIS

Teacher seminar

Group Discussion.

 

50

 

References books

  • Mcminn’s Color Atlas of Human Anatomy. / Abrahams, Peter H.
  • Cunningham’s Manual of Practical Anatomylby GJ. Romanes
  • Textbook of human Neuroanatomy. / Singh, lnderbir.
  • Clinical Anatomy for medical students. / Snell, Richard S.
  • Essential clinical anatomy. / More, Keith L.
  • Human Anatomy :Regional and applied byB.D.Chaurasia
  • Principles of exercise physiology. / Axen, Kenneth.
  • Physiology of sport and exercise by Wilmore, Jack M
  • Textbook of practical physiology. / Ghai, C.L.
  • Concise medical physiology. / Chaudhuri, Sujit K.
  • Human physiology by N M Muthayya. / Muthayya, M N.
  • Textbook of medical physiology. / Guyton, Arthur C
  • Textbook of physiology /by AX. Jain / Jain, AX.
  • Exercise Physiology-Katch&Katch


MPT 1ST YEAR

Review of basic sciences II (Pathology & Pharmacology)

Paper Code

TEACHING HOURS: 150 

THEORY: 80 MARKS

 

S No. Contents of the Topic Learning Objectives (At the end of the course the student shall be able to) Teaching Guidelines Methodology Time
1.        Pathology Describe concepts of cell injury and changes produced thereby in different tissues and organs To Cover

·         General Pathology (cell injury, inflammation, Repair, immune system)

 

Lecture Discussion

Students seminars

Case discussion

SIS

5
2.        General body system

 

To enumerate the pathological changes in the body because of certain disease conditions. To Cover

·         Nervous System

Infection

·         Meningitis

·         Encephalitis

Vascular Disease

·         Ischemic encephalopathy

·         Cerebral infarction

·         Intracranial infarction

·         Intracranial hemorrhage

Degenerative disease

·         Alzheimer’s’ disease

·         Huntington’s disease

·         Parkinson’s disease

·         Motor neuron disease

Demyelinating disease

·         Multiple sclerosis

The peripheral nervous system

·         Peripheral neuropathy

·         Acute idiopathic polyneuropathy

·         Diabetic neuropathy

Lecture Discussion

Students seminars

Case discussion

SIS

Vertical integrated teaching.

25
3.        Musculoskeletal System

 

To demonstrate pathological changes of various bones and joints conditions. To Cover

Bones

·         Hereditary and metabolic diseases (Osteoporosis, rickets, osteomalacia, osteitisfibrosa cystic renal osteodystrophy)

·         Infections (Osteomyelitis and tuberculosis)

Joints

·         Degenerative joint disease

·         Bursitis

·         Skeletal muscles

·         Muscle atrophy

·         Myositis

·         Muscular dystrophy

·         Myasthenia gravis

Lecture Discussion

Students seminars

Case discussion

SIS

Problem based learning.

Group discussion.

20
4.        Cardiovascular system

 

To learn and demonstrate various cardiac conditions. To Cover

·         Rheumatic heart disease

·         Myocardial infarction

·         Atherosclerosis.

·         Congenital heart diseases

Lecture Discussion

Students seminars

Case discussion

SIS

Teacher seminar.

10
5.        Pharmacology

 

To learn use of various medicines used in musculoskeletal conditions, cardio respiratory functions and CNS and ANS. To Cover

·        Drugs used in pain

·        Local anesthetics

·        Steroids

·        Muscle relaxants

·        Drugs acting upon Central and Autonomic nervous system

·        Topically acting upon Cardio Respiratory system

·        Drugs acting upon Musculoskeletal system

Lecture Discussion

Students seminars

SIS

60

 

Reference Book

  • Textbook of Pathology / Mohan, Harsh.
  • Pathology illustrated/ by Peter S. Macfarlane, Robine
  • Pathology: implications for the physical therapistby Catherine Cavallaro
  • DGoodmann and Williams G. Boissonn
  • Essential of medical pharmacology/by K.D. Tripathi Pharmacology drug actions &reactions
  • Textbook of pharmacology, Seth, SD 2

 MPT 1ST YEAR

APPLED PHYSIOTHERAPY

PAPER CODE-

TEACHING HOURS: 150 

THEORY-75 HRS

S. No Contents of the Topic Learning Objectives (At the end of the course the student shall be able to) Teaching Guidelines Methodology Time
1.        Assessment techniques To demonstrate basic assessment technique of Physiotherapy

 

To Cover

·         Manual Muscle Testing

·         Goniometry

Lecture Discussion

Practical Demonstration

SIS

Problem based learning.

Tutorial.

8
2.        Stretching To demonstrate various stretching techniques of different limb and spinal muscles.

 

To Cover

·         Various Stretching techniques of limb and spinal muscles

·         Various self stretching techniques of limb and spinal muscles.

Lecture Discussion

Practical Demonstration

SIS

Tutorial

Problem based learning.

2
3.        Re-education and Strengthening. To demonstrate various reeducation and strengthening techniques.

 

To Cover

·         Various relearning techniques

·         Various strengthening techniques

Lecture Discussion

Practical Demonstration

SIS

6
4.        Balance and Co-ordination Ex. To demonstrate various Balance and coordination Exercises.

 

To Cover

·         Balance and coordination Exercises.

Lecture Discussion

Practical Demonstration

SIS

5
5.        Gait Analysis and Training To analyse various normal gait and various pathological gait patterns. To Cover

·         Analysis of Normal gait pattern

·         Pathological Gaits

Lecture Discussion

Practical Demonstration

SIS

Teacher seminar.

10
6.        Relaxation and soft Tissue Manipulations To demonstrate various Relaxation and soft Tissue Manipulation techniques.

 

To Cover

·         Various relaxation techniques

·         Various soft tissue manipulations

Lecture Discussion

Practical Demonstration

SIS

Student seminar.

5
7.        Posture To analyse the ideal posture and deviations in posture. To Cover

·         Ideal posture

·         Posture analysis

·         Deviations of posture in different planes

Lecture Discussion

Practical Demonstration

SIS

6
8.        PNF and Neuromuscular Coordination To demonstrate numerous Coordination techniques.

To demonstrate different PNF patterns.

To cover

·         PNF techniques

·         Frenkel’s exercise

·         ADL training

Lecture Discussion

Practical Demonstration

SIS

Problem based learning.

5
9.        Hydrotherapy To demonstrate various uses hydrotherapeutic techniques. To cover

·         Various hydrotherapeutic techniques for strengthening and relaxation

Lecture Discussion

Practical Demonstration

SIS

Tutorial

3
10.    Joint Mobilization To demonstrate the joint mobilization techniques of all joints of the body. To cover

·         Joint mobilization

·         Grades of Joint mobilization

Lecture Discussion

Practical Demonstration

SIS

Problem based learning

5
11.    Electro-Therapy To enumerate the role of various currents and usage of electrotherapeutic modalities. To cover

·         General Review of all types of Low, Med and high currents and their modifications like Di-dynamic and Russian Currents etc.

·         Uses of different electrotherapeutic modalities

·         Therapeutic role of different currents

·         Appropriate doses of different modalities

·         Advance Electrotherapeutic modalities.

·         Principles of combination of Therapeutic currents

Lecture Discussion

Practical Demonstration

SIS

Student seminar

Group discussion.

15
12.    Yogasanas To learn the holistic approach of Yogasana.

 

To enumerate the role of various yogasanas.

 

To cover

·         Yogasanas and Pranayama Physiological and therapeutic principles of yoga
Yogasanas for physical culture, relaxation and meditation

·         Application of Yogasanas in physical fitness, flexibility, cardiac rehabilitation and neuromotor learning  Pranayama and respiratory physiology  Kriyas and their physiological significance. Therapeutic application of yoga

·         Yoga – a holistic approach

Lecture Discussion

Practical Demonstration

SIS

Group discussion.

Vertical integrated teaching.

3
13.    Acupuncture, Magneto- therapy,

Naturopathy

To learn about acupuncture points and its effect and usage.

To learn about other alternative therapies.

To cover

·         Acupuncture – definition, principles, techniques, physiological effects, indications, contra-indications, dangers and integration of acupuncture with physiotherapy.

·         Magneto therapy

·         Naturopathy

Lecture Discussion

Practical Demonstration

SIS

Vertical integrated teaching

Teacher seminar.

2

 

References Books

  • The principles of exercise therapy / Gardiner, M Dena.
  • Therapeutic exercisefoundations and techniques / by
  • Carolyn Kisner and Lynn Allen Colby / Kisner,
  • Practical exercise therapy / by Margaret Hollis &Phyl Fletcher-Cook
  • Electrotherapy explained: principles and practice / by John low, Ann Reed and Mary Dyson. / Iow, John
  • Clayton’s electrotherapy / edited by Sheila Kitchen and Sarah Bazin. I Kitchen, Sheila
  • Muscles testing and function/by Florence Peterson Kendall (et..al)) ; Kendall, Florence Peterson
  • Therapeutic modalities for physical therapistslby William E. Prentice, William Quillen and Frank Underwood; Prentice, William E.
  • Therapeutic exercise moving toward functionlby Carrie M. Hall and Lori Thein Brody.; Hall, Carrie M.
  • Daniels and worthingham’s muscle testing techniques of manual examinationlby Helen J. Hislop and Jacqueline Montgomery; Hislop, Helen J.

PRACTICAL- APPLIED PHYSIOTHERAPY

Paper Code

             TOTAL HRS-75

Maximum marks- 80 marks

[Long Case/Demonstration of technique-40 marks]

[Practical viva -40 marks]

 

S. No Contents of the Topic Learning Objectives (At the end of the course the student shall be able to) Teaching Guidelines Methodology Time
1.      Exercise and Physical Therapeutic techniques To demonstrate and use various assessment and physical exercise techniques. To Cover

·         Various Assessment and treatment techniques  used in exercise therapy such as

o   MMT,

o   Goniometry,

o   stretching,

o   PNF,

o   Posture,

o   Gait assessment and training etc

Demonstration of techniques

Practical Demonstration

Case Presentation

Horizontal integrated teaching.

45
2.      Electrotherapy Therapeutic techniques To demonstrate and use of various electrotherapeutic modalities. To Cover

·         Principles, application and calculation of appropriate dosage of different electrical currents

Demonstration of techniques

Practical Demonstration

Case Presentation

30

 

References Books

  • The principles of exercise therapy / Gardiner, M Dena.
  • Therapeutic exercisefoundations and techniques / by
  • Carolyn Kisner and Lynn Allen Colby / Kisner,
  • Practical exercise therapy / by Margaret Hollis &Phyl Fletcher-Cook
  • Electrotherapy explained: principles and practice / by John low, Ann Reed and Mary Dyson. / Iow, John
  • Clayton’s electrotherapy / edited by Sheila Kitchen and Sarah Bazin. I Kitchen, Sheila
  • Muscles testing and function/by Florence Peterson Kendall (et..al)) ; Kendall, Florence Peterson
  • Therapeutic modalities for physical therapistslby William E. Prentice, William Quillen and Frank Underwood; Prentice, William E.
  • Therapeutic exercise moving toward functionlby Carrie M. Hall and Lori Thein Brody.; Hall, Carrie M.
  • Daniels and worthingham’s muscle testing techniques of manual examinationlby Helen J. Hislop and Jacqueline Montgomery; Hislop, Helen J.

APPLIED BIOMECHANICS & ERGONOMICS

Paper code-

TEACHING HOURS: 120

THEORY: 80 MARKS

TIME: 3 HRS

 

S.  No Contents of the Topic Learning Objectives (At the end of the course the student shall be able to) Teaching Guideline Methodology Time
1.      Fundamental Mechanics To understand and demonstrate the basic fundamental of physical mechanics and their relevance to human body. To Cover

·         Forces; composition and resolution of forces; force systems, Force of gravity and COG, Stability, Reaction forces, Friction, Moments, Newton’s laws

·         Equilibrium: static and dynamic

·         Simple Machines: Levers. pulleys and wheel and axle, Segmental dimensions

·         Poisson’s effect Static and cyclic load behaviors

·         Load: Load sharing and load transfer

Demonstration of techniques

Practical Demonstration

Case Presentation

SIS

Student seminar.

5
2.      Muscle Mechanics To understand the basic types, structure and composition of muscles.

 

To understand the biomechanical properties muscles and their clinical significance.

To Cover

·         Structure and composition of muscle

·         Fiber length and cross-section areas

·         Mechanical properties

·         EMG chances during fatigue and contraction

·         Changes in mechanical properties because of aging, exercise and immobilized of immobilization

·         Clinical applications

Teacher seminar

Power point presentation.

SIS

6
3.      Ligament and Tendon Mechanics To understand the basic structure of ligaments and tendons and their biomechanical relevance. To Cover

·         Structure, composition and mechanical properties

·         Cross-sectional area measurement

·         Muscle tendon properties

·         Temperature sensitivity

·         Changes in mechanical properties because of aging, exercise and immobilization

·         Mechanoreceptors

·         Clinical application

·         Bone Mechanics

Teacher seminar

Power point presentation

Student seminar

SIS

6
4.      Bone Mechanics To understand the basic structure of bone and its biomechanical importance. To Cover

·         Structure and composition of bone

·         Stress Strain

·         Modulus of Rigidity & Modulus of elasticity

·         Mechanical properties of Trabecular system

·         Mechanical properties of Cortical bone

·         Bone Remodeling

·         Response of bone to aging & exercise & immobilization

·         Mechanics to prevent fracture in bone

·         Clinical application

Teacher seminar

Power point presentation

SIS

6
5.      Joint Mechanics To understand about the Joints and its functions biomechanically.

 

To illustrate the effect of any disease or degenerative changes of joints and bones over joint function.

To Cover

·         Joint design

·         Joint categories

·         joint functions: Arthrokinematics, Osteokinematics and kinematics chains

·         Joint Forces, equilibrium and distribution of these forces

·         Degenerative changes in weight bearing joints and compensatory actions

·         Joint stability and its mechanisms Clinical

·         Clinical applications

Teacher seminar

Power point presentation

SIS

6
6.      Measurement Instruments To demonstrate various instruments and their clinical variables used to check biomechanical deviations. To Cover

·         Photo-optical devices

·         Pressure transducers and Force Plates

·         Gait Analyzer

·         Isokinetic device

·         EMG (Electro physiology of muscle contraction, recording. processing

·         Relationship between EMG and Biomechanical Variables

Demonstration of techniques

Practical Demonstration

Horizontal integrated teaching.

SIS

12
7.      Mechanical energy, Work and Power To understand the correlation between work, power and energy expenditure by muscles. To Cover

·         Definitions

·         Positive and negative muscles work

·         Muscle mechanical power

·         Causes of inefficient, movement co-contractions, Isometric contractions, against gravity jerky movement, energy generation at one joint and absorption at another, energy flow.

·         Energy Storage

Student seminar

Teacher seminar

 

SIS

5
8.      Gait To illustrate the basic gait pattern.

To analyse various pathological gaits and its causes.

 

To Cover

·         Gait parameter: kinetic, kinematics, time-space

·         Pathological gait

·         Running

·         Stair climbing

·         Changes in gait following various surgeries/ diseases/disorders

Demonstration

Case Presentation SIS

Teacher seminar

22
9.      Patho-mechanics To demonstrate the biomechanical changes due to certain pathology in different systems of body. To Cover

·         Bone and Joint Patho-mechanics

·         Neural Patho-mechanics

·         Cardio Patho-mechanics

·         Pulmonary Patho-mechanics

·         Vascular Patho-mechanics

Student seminar

Teacher seminar

tutorial

SIS

22
10.  Ergonomics To understand the basic ergonomic care.

 

To implement the ergonomics to be taken in different fields of work accordingly.

To Cover

·         Definitions

·         Physiological and bio-mechanical risk factors

·         Job design

·         Developing and implementing work site programme

·         Ergonomics in home : child care and leisure activities

·         Addressing problems at computer workstation

Practical Demonstration

SIS

Student seminar

Teacher seminar

Tutorial

 

10
11.  Biomechanics of Respiration To understand biomechanical correlation of muscles and organs while respiration To Cover

·         Biomechanics of respiratory system

Demonstration of techniques

Practical Demonstration

SIS

Tutorial

10
12.  Biomechanics of Nervous System To understand the biomechanical correlation of muscles and neural system. To Cover

·         Biomechanics of neuromuscular system

Practical Demonstration

SIS

10

 

Reference books

  • Introduction to kinesiology/Hoffman, Shirf
  • Kinesiology: the Mechanics &Pathomechanics of human
  • Movementlby Carol A. Oatis. / Oatis, Carol A.
  • Joint Structure and Function Cynthia Norkins
  • Joint Structure and Function: a comprehensive analysis/Levangie, Pamela K
  • Fundamentals of Biomechanics, Orkaya, N
  • Ergonomics for Therapists: Karen Jacobs Carl M, Bl;tlencour!

 BIOSTATISTICS AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

PAPER CODE-

TEACHING HOURS: 120 

THEORY: 80 MARKS

  TIME: 3 HRS

 

S.  No Contents of the Topic Learning Objectives (At the end of the course the student shall be able to) Teaching Guideline Methodology Time
1.        Research Introduction To understand the basics of Research methodology. To Cover

·         Terminology in research

·         Ethical issues in research

·         Research process

Teacher seminar

Tutorial.

SIS

5
2.        Review of literature To understand the importance of review of literature.  To Cover

·         Importance, sources & steps in reviewing the literature.

Group discussion

Teacher seminar

Review of studies.

SIS

5
3.        Research design To illustrate the value of Research Design with its various types. To Cover

·         Type of research – qualitative & quantitative.

·         Experimental & non experimental, survey – advantages& disadvantages

Teacher seminar

Tutorial.

 

Review of different designs of study.

SIS

8
4.        Research process To demonstrate the research proposal with its consequences.

 

To illustrate the formulation of research hypothesis.

To Cover

·         Research question, Aim & objectives, Assumptions,

·         Limitations & Delimitations, Variables

·         Hypothesis – formation & testing

Teacher seminar

Tutorial.

SIS

8
5.        Sampling To understand the various sampling techniques and its variables. To Cover

·         Sampling technique

·         Population, sample,

·         Sample size & determination

·         Sampling methods

·         Sampling error

Teacher seminar

Tutorial.

SIS

Group Discussion

 

8
6.        Data collection and analysis To understand the various ways of data collection with their implementation and their reliability. To Cover

·         Data sources, technique of data collection, tools

·         Reliability & validity

·         Process of data collection

·         Pilot study-method, need

Teacher seminar

Tutorial.

SIS

Group Discussion

Problem based learning.

6
7.        Interpretation & presentation of data To demonstrate the various ways to interpret and present the data collected. To Cover

·         Quantitative & qualitative analysis

·         Graphical representation of data

·         Conclusion & discussion

Teacher seminar

SIS

Group Discussion

Problem based learning.

4
8.        Writing a dissertation, research paper describe the various steps involved in research report writing and different types of report writing To Cover

·         How to write dissertation, research paper

Teacher seminar

SIS

Horizontal integrated teaching.

6
9.        Critical appraisal of research To understand the importance of critical analysis of research. To Cover

·         Critical appraisal of research

Teacher seminar

SIS

Group Discussion

Problem based learning.

4
10.    Presentation and Publication of research To understand the ways to publish an article in journal and how to present it on stage. To Cover

·         Steps and process of research publications

·         Stage presentation

Teacher seminar

SIS

Group Discussion

Problem based learning.

6
11.    Biostatistics Introduction The understand the basics concepts and techniques of descriptive and inferential statistics in health care To Cover

·         Frequency distribution

·         Tabulation & graphical presentation of data

Teacher seminar

Tutorial.

SIS

Group Discussion

Problem based learning.

8
12.    Measures of central tendency To demonstrate the different types of calculations for central tendency values. To Cover

·         Mean,

·         Median,

·         Mode

Teacher seminar

SIS

Group Discussion

Problem based learning.

12
13.    Measures of variability To understand the importance measures of variability To Cover

·         Range

·         Percentage

·         SD

Teacher seminar

SIS

Group Discussion

Problem based learning.

12
14.    Sample distribution & error To understand the various sampling methods with its consequences. To Cover

·         Sample distribution & error

Teacher seminar

SIS

Group Discussion

Problem based learning.

6
15.    Correlation To describe the parametric and nonparametric test used for correlation research design To Cover

·         Meaning

·         Rank order

·         Product Moment correlation (Pearson’s product moment, Spearman’s Regression analysis)

Teacher seminar

SIS

Group Discussion

Problem based learning.

10
16.    Statistical significance To describe the describe the parametric and nonparametric tests used for multiple comparisons To Cover

·         Parametric tests-‘t’ tests, Tukeys following One way ANOVA

·         ANOVA ( Oneway, two way – for parametric & nonparametric ), ANOVA, Multistage ANOVA

·         Nonparametric tests-Chi-square test, Mann Witney U test, ‘Z’ test

·         Wilcoxon’s matched pairs test

Teacher seminar

SIS

Group Discussion

Problem based learning.

Vertical integrated teaching.

12

 

Reference books

  • Research methods in physical activity: Thomas, J
  • Bio-Stastics. Prof. S.C. Gakhar
  • Clinical research for health professionals: a user-friendly Guide: Batavia, Mitchell.
  • Practical research: a guide for therapists.French, Sally
  • Rehabilitation Research: Principles and Applications: Elizabeth Domholdt
  • Methods in biostatistics for medical students and research workers. Mahajan, B.K.
  • Manual ofbio5tatistics: Baride, JP

 

SEMINAR / CASE PRESENTATIONS

PAPER CODE-

 TOTAL HRS-100

  MARKS- 100

 

These will serve as platform for students to integrate various components of patient management and debate contentious issues on the efficacy of physiotherapy techniques. Students will give presentations on topic given to them.

CLINICAL TRAINING

Students will engage in clinical training in hospital based medical and physiotherapy department settings to enhance their clinical skills and apply contemporary knowledge gained during teaching sessions.


 

Admission Open- 2018