Curriculum | MPT (Sports) | Physiotherapy Management In Sports Injuries

MPT IInd year (sports)

Physiotherapy Management In Sports Injuries

PAPER CODE-03010203

TEACHING HOURS: 150 

THEORY: 80 MARKS

  TIME: 3 HRS

S. NO TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES (At the end of the course the student shall be able to) Teaching Guidelines Methodology TIME
1.        Sports psychology

 

Explain role of sports psychology in sports performance, personality development various emotions in sports and mental health To cover Definitions and terminologies, Role of sports psychology in sports performance, Instincts: Killer instincts and motivation, Attention, interests and motivation, Personality of sports person: types, dynamic nature factors affecting personality development, characteristics, Role of sports in development in personality. learning relation to sports: Nature and meaning of learning and maturation, characteristics of learning, laws of learning maturation, transfer of training

Emotions in sports: characteristics of emotion: controlling and training of emotion, sentiments: types, importance and formation

Mental Health : concepts, meaning and importance, characteristics of mentally healthy person/ athlete, Role of physical education in promotion of mental health

Lecture discussion, group discussion

Explain using charts, models

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2.        Group behaviors and leadership in sports Explain group behavior, leadership and anxiety model stress and implication of sports performance, Anxiety model stress and its implication on sports performance. To cover Nature of group behaviors, Types, quality, training and functioning of leader performance and anxiety model stress include training, strategy and cognitive stress modeling.

 

Lecture discussion, group discussion

Explain using charts, models

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3.        contemporary stress reduction strategies

 

Explain  contemporary stress reduction,  strategies, performance factors, stress and performance, motivation and performance To cover Biofeedback, mental coping strategies, visual imagery, meditation, yoga and stress, performance, motivation and performance Lecture discussion, group discussion

Explain using charts, models

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4.        Protective equipment considerations Explain Protective equipment considerations-Need, types To cover  Protective equipment considerations-Need, types Lecture discussion

Explain using charts, models and films and videos

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5.        Emergency care Emergency care of athlete

 

To cover all  Emergency care of athlete

 

Lecture discussion

Explain using charts, models and films and videos

Hands on training

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6.        Sports techniques

 

Explain sports massage and soft tissue manipulation, splinting, taping and bandaging: techniques. To cover sports massage and soft tissue manipulation, splinting, taping and bandaging: techniques, indication and contraindication, balance, coordination and P.N.F. Techniques, hydrotherapy, Jacuzzi, Sauna baths and spas , Moist heat chambers, Hot showers Lecture discussion

Explain using charts, models and films and videos

Hands on training

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7.        Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Exercises Describe rehabilitation and therapeutic exercises in sports. Define Rehabilitation, Goals and Objectives of Rehabilitation in Sports,

1. Clinical Evaluation phases of rehabilitation. (multidisciplinary approach)

2. Prehabiiltation

3. Definition, details of effects and uses of therapeutic exercises.

a. Dynamic Exercises

b. Plyometric Exercises

c. Isokinetic Exercises

d. Kinetic chain exercises

Lecture discussion

Explain using charts, models and films and videos

Hands on training

 
8.        Instrumentation in sports training and rehabilitation:

 

Explain various instrumentation in sports training and rehabilitation. To cover Isokinetics exerciser Treadmill , Ergo meter: upper and lower limb Body fat platform, Motion analyzer, Cardio-respiratory evaluation apparatus affecting growth and             evelopment

 

Lecture discussion

Explain using charts, models and films and videos

Hands on training

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9.        Prevention and rehabilitation of heart attack, blood pressure, diabetic athlete and different medical condition. Explain prevention and rehabilitation of heart attack and role of physiotherapy exercises in blood pressure, diabetic athlete and different medical condition. To cover Prevention and rehabilitation of Heart attack, Role of physiotherapy exercises in high blood pressure athlete, Role of physiotherapy exercises in diabetic athlete and Role of physiotherapy in different medical conditions

 

Lecture discussion

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10.    Sports specific biomechanics

 

Explain various principles and importance of biomechanics in sports biomechanical analysis in different sports and gaits. To cover Principles & Importance of biomechanics in sports, Introduction to biomechanical analysis. Recruitment &techniques –Isokinetic, dynamometer, kinesiological EMG, electronic goniometer,force, platform, videography, Biomechanics of shoulder girdle, elbow, hand,hip, knee,ankle and foot joint and its movements, Biomechanics of spine and its movements, Gait analysis, Sports specific biomechanics of: rowing, swimming, throwing, walking, jogging, jumping, landing, tennis, golf, cricket, volleyball, soccer, basketball, short and longdistance running (pattern, velocity, angular and linear movements) Lecture discussion

Explain using charts, models and films and videos

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11.    Sports injuries and their management Sports injuries of

 

Explain Sports injuries of  Upper limb,  Lower Limb, Sports injuries of thorax, spine, Sports injuries of Head and neck

 

To cover various sports injuries of upper limb, lower limb, thorax,  spine and thorax and abdomen Lecture discussion

Explain using charts, models and films and videos

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12.    Mobilization and Strengthening Techniques Explain factors affecting the joint ROM To cover Factors affecting the joint range of motion prevention of stiffness, methods of joint mobilization.

a. Testing for tightness and contracture of soft-tissue structures.

b. Techniques of mobilizing the various joints of the body.

1. Types of Muscle Contractions and Muscle work, Strength of Muscle Contraction in terms of Motor units, Group action of muscles and its implication in designing an exercise program.

a. Causes of muscle weakness. Prevention of disuse atrophy, Principles of treatment to increase muscle strength and function.

b. Techniques of strengthening with respect to regional consideration.

c. Various methods of progressive resisted exercise.

Lecture discussion

Explain using charts, models and films and videos

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13.    Applied exercise physiology Explain applied exercise physiology and body composition, application of surface anthropometry, temperature regulation of heat and altitude training and environment changes. To cover Body composition

a. Composition of human body.

b. Somatotyping

c. Various methods to estimate body composition

d. Water displacement method

e. Under water weighing methods f.Kinanthropometric determination of the body composition (skin fold thickness), Application of surface anthropometry (the body profile) h. Bioelectrical impedance analysis

i. Ultrasound assessment of fat

j. Arm X-ray assessment of fat

k. Computed tomography (CT) assessment of fat

2. Aging and Exercise

a. Aging and Physiological function.

b. Exercise and Longevity.

c. Coronary Heart Disease and Exercise.

d. Exercise Stress Testing for Diagnosis of CHD.

e. Exercise prescription for healthy aged.

f. Exercise prescription for sedentary adults.

g. Cost and benefits of exercise prescription in Osteoporosis. Temperature Regulation

a. Heat Balance.

b. Methods of Assessing Heat Balance.

c. Effects of Climate.

d. Effects of Exercise on Temperature Regulation.

e. Limit of Tolerance of Heat.

f. Acclimatization.

g. Avoidance in Heat illness during exercise.

h. Exercises in cold.

Mislaneous topic. Topics

a. High Altitude Training.

b. Sports Diving, Hazards of underwater environment.

c. Special Aids to Athletic Performance: – MORA, Oxygen Inhalation, Sleep.

d. Sex and performance.

e. Assessment of Age.

f. Muscle tissue fibre typing and its significance.

g. Exercise for mood enhancement & anxiety.

Physiological Basis and Principles of Training and Conditioning a. Principles of endurance and strength training

a. Recovery training intensities in heart rate

i. Manipulation of training principles

ii. Training sub-phases

b. Fundamentals that aid training and performance i. Warm up and Cool down ii. Flexibility and stretching iii. Missing workouts iv. Overtraining

Lecture discussion

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14.    Clinical Reasoning and decision making Explain Clinical reasoning and clinical decision making To cover clinical reasoning and clinical decision making nature and context Reasoning, Expertise and Knowledge Clinical reasoning and clinical decision-making approaches Teaching and learning clinical reasoning Lecture discussion

Explain using charts, models and films and videos

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15.    Advance Manual Therapy:

 

Explain Manual Therapy, Muscle Energy techniques and positional stretch, Positional Release Therapy, Myofascial Release, Nerve Conduction Studies and Electromyography andBio-feed back

 

To cover manual therapy Introduction, History. Basic Classification. Assessment manipulation, discussion in brief about the concepts of mobilization & Special techniques like Cyrix, Maitland, Mulligan, Butler, Kaltenborn, Mckenzie also include ME, PRT, MFR basic concept and application, NCV and EMG normal and abnormal  and biofeedback. Lecture discussion

Explain using charts, models and films and videos

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Reference books

  1. Sports injuries diagnosis and mgt., Norris, CM
  2. Physical aspects of sport training and performance, Hoffman.Jay
  3. Evidence based sports medicine, Macauly, D & Best,
  4. Sports medicine in primary care, Johnson, R
  5. Sports medicine of the lower extremity, Subotmick, S
  6. Surgical atlas of sports medicinelby Mark D. Miller, Richar
  7. Howard and Kevin D. Plancher. / Mark D. Miller
  8. Positional release techniques, Deig, D Muscle energy techniques, Chaitow, L