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VEER MARMAD SOUTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY
(MPT) MASTER OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
SECOND YEAR MPT
(Medical & Surgical)
Paper II
-Part-II
SPECIALITY PAPER (Select Any One Specialty)

MPT (Orthopedics)
VEER MARMAD SOUTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY
(MPT) MASTER OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
SECOND YEAR MPT
TABLE II : Second Year MPT ( 13-24 Months)
SUBJECTS
TEACHING HOURS
Theory Practicals/
Clinicals
100 100 200
MPT (ORTHOPAEDICS)
100 100 200
100 100 200
MPT( NEUROSCIENCE)
100 100 200
100 100 200
MPT( CARDIO RESPIRATORY)
100 100 200
100 100 200
MPT (OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY)
100 100 200
100 100 200
TOTAL TEACHING HOURS
It should be aimed at examining clinical skills and competency of the candidates for Practical examination will be conducted for Specialty papers only in Second Year and these practical will be of 100 marks in paper III and paper IV each. Viva voce examination shall aim at assessing depth of knowledge. Logical reasoning, confidence and oral communication skills. Candidate will present dissertation work during viva-voce. The marks for viva-voce examination shall be 50 marks each for paper III & Paper IV of Second Year MPT (i.e. Specialty Papers) There shall be two (2) examiners in each PAPER. One of them shall be external
from outside the university and the other shall be internal, preferably from the same college or as decided by the university. VEER MARMAD SOUTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY
(MPT) MASTER OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
SECOND YEAR MPT
Paper - II
1. PHYSICAL AND FUNCTIONAL DIAGNOSIS – PART - II

1. Massage, mobilization and manipulations.
2. Geriatric physiotherapy
3. Aids and appliances, adaptive functional devices to improve neurological
4. Inhibition and facilitation techniques. 5. Exercise ECG testing and monitoring 6. Pulmonary function tests 7. Cardio vascular function disorders and principles of management, cardio respiratory function disorders and assessments. 8. Physical disability evaluation and disability diagnosis, Gait analysis and VEER MARMAD SOUTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY
(MPT) MASTER OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
SECOND YEAR MPT
PHYSIOTHERAPEUTICS (Medical)-Part-II
1. Physiotherapy in common conditions of skin 2. Physiotherapy in common vascular diseases. 3. Physiotherapy in deficiency diseases 4. Physiotherapy in respiratory disorders. 5. Physiotherapy management of Ischaemic heart diseases. 6. Cardiopulmonary medications and their effect on activity performance. 7. Exercise planning and prescription 8. Ergonomic aspects of exercise on oxygen, energy consumption MET value 9. Effect of aerobic, anaerobic as well as isometric and isokinetic exercises on 10. Physiotherapy in psychiatry. 11. Management of pain in Neuro and musculoskeletal disorders. 12. Physiotherapy management in arthritis and allied conditions. PHYSIOTHERAPEUTICS (Surgical) – Part II
1. Physiotherapy management of post operative patients in cardiopulmonary 2. Monitoring systems and defibrillators, artificial respirators 3. Physiotherapy in postoperative management of metabolic, hormonal, neoplastic and infective conditions of bones and joints. 4. Physiotherapy following arthroplasty, implants and soft tissue repairs. 5. Pre and postoperative physiotherapy in tendon transfer. Electrical 6. Physical therapy management following head injuries, in intensive care and 7. Physiotherapy following general surgery 8. Physiotherapy following Urosurgery 9. Physiotherapy following plastic surgery. 10. Physiotherapy management following selective and common cases of 11. Physiotherapy following obstetric and gynecological disorders. VEER MARMAD SOUTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY
(MPT) MASTER OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
SECOND YEAR MPT
MPT (ORTHOPAEDICS)
PAPER III
PT IN MUSCULOSKELETAL
SECTION-I
Exercise physiology, Fitness testing and exercise prescription Principles of treatment of common sports injuries, protocols and their rationale Biomechanics, architecture, function of hand , Pathomechanics of common conditions. Hand assessment; treatment of common conditions viz. Hansen’s disease, RA, Spastic Hand; RSD., Flexor tendon injuries. • Physiology of pain • Pain management modalities and their rationale • Theoretical knowledge of EMG, NCV-- normal and in musculoskeletal SECTION-II
Principles of different schools of manual therapy- Cyriax, Maitland, McKenzie, Kaltenborn, Mulligan. Basic knowledge of radiology-plain radiographs, bone scan, CT, MRI( brief introduction ) Basic knowledge of common drugs used in orthopedics- their effects, interactions, relevance to PT modalities (anti-inflammatories, analgesics, antipyretics, Antihypertensives, diabetic drug therapy) – for practical knowledge. PT management of all orthopedic conditions including total joint replacement of upper limb and lower limb. Neural tissue evaluation and treatment of UL/ LL VEER MARMAD SOUTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY
(MPT) MASTER OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
SECOND YEAR MPT
PAPER-IV
PT IN SPORTS
SECTION-I
• Ancient Greece and Gladiators, Hippocrates and Galon. • FIMS and its evolution. Primary care sports medicine its scope and philosophy • Medical research in injury prevention • Negligence, liability, Litigation, Basic principles to reduce the threat of litigation, Act of God, Assumption of risk, Contributing Negligence, Comparative negligence, Legal rights of disabled Athletes. • Role of sports psychologist • Predictive models of injury • Psychological factors involved in performance • Treatment for injury and pain • Injury prone profile • Crisis intervention • Techniques of relaxation Significance of nutrition; Common food fads; Maximizing energy stores; Maintaining adequate hydration Weight gain and loss; Optimizing pre-competition meal • Muscle fiber typing and prediction of sports selection and performance • Anthropometry and performance • Body composition • High energy phosphagen system • Cellular oxidation • Aerobic/Anaerobic Glycolysis • Kreb’s cycle • Interrelationship with CHO, Protein, fat, Metabolic mill • Energy systems • VO2 max and O2 debt and deficit and Recovery • Lung volumes • Onset of Blood lactate Accumulation • COP and Exercises – altitude training – under H2O • Body composition and measurement – Obesity/weight control Historical perspective; IOC and the Ban; Classification of doping Drug Testing; Permitted Drugs; Ethical Dilemma SECTION – II
a) Principles of injury prevention, diagnosis, treatment and History taking ; Intrinsic and extrinsic factors; Work ergonomics and leisure; Training history; Sports related injuries upper limb, Head and Neck Common injuries to the Head, Neck, shoulder, upper arm, elbow, wrist, hand Sports related injuries lower limb, spine Common injuries to hip, pelvis, thigh, leg, knee, ankle, foot, toes, low back Introduction; Adult and growing bone; Training guidelines; Classification of sports for paraplegics; MR; Wheel chair athletes/Work prescription, opportunities availability; Participation and prevention of injuries a. Rheumatoid arthritis b. Scoliosis c. Diabetes d. Hypertension e. Congenital heart disease a. Similarities and differences between sexes b. Effects of exercise on menstrual cycle and performance c. Exercise and pregnancy, lactation, menopause and osteoporosis and d. Common injuries in women e. Care of breast Promotion of healthy lifestyle in the community (Exercise physiology) UNIT VIII
Basket Ball; Hockey; Soccer ; Track and field; Swimming and diving; Racket sports; Cycling injuries Volley ball; Adventure Sports; Kabaddi; Combat sports c) Training guidelines in geriatric population d) Training to maintain fitness – general exercise prescription e) Role of electrotherapy in sports injuries – acute, chronic f) Taping, frictions, splinting on the field. Practicals:
• Sports Biomechanics • Sports radiology • On site emergencies • Assessment of training shoes • Biomechanical analysis and evaluation of various games and sports and athletes • Sports first aid – complete programme and structure drills and CPR • Training methods and assessment of training schedules, nutritional evaluation • Attachment to teams and covering matches and tournaments and providing rehabilitation and treatment to injured athlete. • Examination of neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, lowback, pelvis and groin, VEER MARMAD SOUTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY
(MPT) MASTER OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
M.P.T. (NEUROSCIENCE)
Paper – III
PT in General Neurology & Adult Neurology
SECTION – I
GENERAL NEUROLOGY
¾ Cerebellum, Basal Ganglia, Cerebral Cortex, Limbic system and ¾ Neural control, Basis of muscle tone, Posture, Complex movement and ¾ Fluid compartments and fluid balance in the CNS 2. Normal sequential behavioral and physiological changes throughout the 3. Common facilitatory and inhibitory treatment techniques and their 4. Various Physiotherapeutic Treatment Approaches in Neurological Rehabilitation – Bobath and NDT, Brunnstorm, Roods, PNF 5. Recent advances and trends in neurological rehabilitation 6. Motor control, Theories of Motor control & motor development & Principles of 7. Reflex maturation – Neurophysiological basis 8. Basic knowledge of Radiology – Myelogram, CT & MRI. Ability to interpret 9. Basic Evaluation tools Glasgow coma Scale, Rancho Los Amigos Scale, modified Ashworth, Fugl-Myer, Berg balance 10. Basic knowledge of EMG & NCV and interpretation (excluding SSEP, Brainstem evoke potentials, Visual evoke potentials & Central motor nerve 11. Basic Knowledge of pharmacological drugs used for neurological conditions. Anti-seizure, Anti-hypertensive, ICCP-medicine, Parkinson’s, Spasticity SECTION – II
ADULT NEUROLOGY
2. Special Investigative procedures (in brief) ¾ Blood and CSF – Protein, Glucose cells ¾ Cardiac monitor – BP, HR, Respiratory ¾ Indication for cessation of exercises 3. Disorders of movements including lesions in lower and upper motor neuro, 5. Disorders of special senses with emphasis on Vestibular system (Clinical not a) Papilloedema and Increased in Intracranial pressure b) Testing for abnormalities of visual fields, Supra-nuclear & Infra-nuclear disorders of ocular movements (Clinical not instrumental) Role of vestibular systems is postural control, postural abnormalities in vestibular disorders, vestibular system disorders, vestibular functions tests and clinical examinations. Assessment and Management of central vestibular disorders, vestibular Hypo function, bilateral vestibular dysfunction. 6. Disorders of speech and Languages, Perception and somatosensory and perceptual cognitive impairment (implications for PT) a) Aphasia and its varieties and perceptual problems. b) Syndromes caused by lesions of the frontal, temporal, parietal and 7. Disturbance of CSF & its circulation (Clinical Signs and symptoms of 8. Intracranial Neoplasm and Para-neoplastic disorders (Signs and symptoms of glioma, meningioma, and acoustic neuroma). 9. Infections of Nervous System (Meningitis – types, encephalitis – types, GBS- types, Bulbar polio, Parasitic infection) 10. Demyelinating diseases of nervous system. 11. Degenerative diseases of nervous systems, metabolic disorders, Nutritional deficiency, Alcohol toxicity and disorders due to drug and other chemical agents. a) Nutritional Polyneuropathy, Nutritional spinal spastic and ataxic b) Alcoholic cerebellar degeneration, Cerebral atrophy in chronic c) Hallucination (should be able to identify) d) Disorders due to drugs and toxins - tetanus, Botulism, snakebites, Organophosphorus poisoning, tick paralysis, anti-neoplastic agents like e) Metabolic disease presenting as a syndrome of confusion, stupor of coma such as hypoxic encephalopathy, hypoglycemic encephalopathy, - diabetic acidosis, thyroid encephalopathy. 12. Disease of Spinal Cord (Lathyrism, Transverse myelitis, Syringomyelia, radiculopathy, tumors of spinal cord, vascular disorder (infarction) a) (GBS, HSMN, Neuropathy (Diabetic, Alcoholic, Vitamin B12 deficiency, Classification, Myopathies, Muscular dystrophies and neuromuscular junction 16. Neuro-psychological problems and solutions. a) Various aspects of behavior – confusion, delirium, amnesia and dementia b) Disturbances of memory – its assessment c) Disturbance of emotion, mood and social behavior – brief d) General intellectual functions, memory functions, attention, language, visual perception, spatial processing, executive functions, emotional distress and 17. Musculoskeletal treatment concepts applied to neurology : a) Adverse neural tissue tension (UL, LL) 18. Orthotic/Splinting/Wheel Chair in neurology (Planning) 19. Community re-entry for the chronically disabled individual. VEER MARMAD SOUTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY
(MPT) MASTER OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
SECOND YEAR MPT
PT In Neurosurgery & Paediatric Neurology
SECTION – I
NEUROSUGERY
2. Special investigative procedures (in brief) 3. Traumatic Brain injury – Adult and children ¾ Acute Care and Prognostic outcome ¾ Cognitive Rehabilitation ¾ Restoration and their management ¾ Rehabilitation ¾ Community integration 4. Traumatic Spinal Cord Injuries. ¾ Classification in Brief ¾ Differential diagnosis and prognosis ¾ Medical and Surgical Management (in brief) ¾ Evaluation ¾ Rehabilitation ¾ Psychosocial problems 7. Developmental diseases of nervous system and Surgical management and Physiotherapeutic approach and management. 8. Surgical management in disturbances of CSF and its circulation. 9. Cerebrovascular disease, Surgical management and rehabilitation 10. Surgical management in disease of the central nervous system and spinal cord SECTION – II
PAEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY
1. Normal motor development which includes prenatal development of Motor behavior, Motor developmental during infancy and childhood & development of 3. Assessment and testing of infants and child development (in detail0 4. Different treatment & approaches-Bobath, Rood, Voijta, Sensory integration etc. 5. The high risk infant including neonatal assessments and development 6. Maturational, Pathophysiological and recovery process in CNS. 7. Cerebral Palsy and Physical therapy for the child with Cerebral Palsy. 8. Acute brain injury in childhood and physical therapy. 9. Minimal brain dysfunction; Learning disability, attention deficit disorders, 10. Mental retardation including Down’s Syndome: cognitive impairment and 11. Spinal Dysraphism & spina bifida. 12. Neuromuscular disorders in childhood and physical therapy intervention. 15. Adaptive equipment for physically challenged children. 16. Rehabilitation of the multiple handicapped children. 17. The child, parents and the physiotherapist. 18. Community integration and other social aspects of rehabilitation. 19. Physical therapy in the public school. VEER MARMAD SOUTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY
(MPT) MASTER OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
SECOND YEAR MPT
MPT (CARDIO-RESPIRATORY)
PAPER III
PT In General Cardio-Respiratory Conditions
SECTION-I
GENERAL CARDIO-RESPIRATORY
Anatomy and Physiology of the Cardio Respiratory system Difference between the adult and paediatric lung and its implications on the Assessment of the Cardio Respiratory System Mechanical Support – Respiratory and Cardiac Mechanical Ventilation – (types, modes – [adult and pediatric], Basic Clinical Interpretation of ABG, PFT, ECG, Radiographs and Other lab values Common drugs used in cardiac and respiratory conditions. Maximal and sub maximal exercise testing SECTION – II
METHODS OF PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT
Inhalation therapy – Aerosols and Nebulisers Coughing, Huffing – Forced expiratory techniques Airway Suctioning – [intubated and non intubated patients] Postural awareness, Thoracic and shoulder mobilization Physiotherapy following various Medical and Surgical cardio Respiratory Cardio Respiratory Physiotherapy techniques used in infants and children. Cardio Respiratory Physiotherapy management following neurological and spinal Energy conservation techniques and education Effects of aging on the Cardio Respiratory system Health benefits; Prophylactic and therapeutic effects of exercise Physical conditioning for health and fitness – Exercise prescription. VEER MARMAD SOUTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY
(MPT) MASTER OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
SECOND YEAR MPT
PAPER-IV
Cardio-Respiratory Rehabilitation & ICU
SECTION – I
CARDIAC REHABILITATION
MET values for common activities; Perceived exertion scale Borg and 10point Assessment and Various Tests Protocols, comparison of the same Rehabilitation and Management following individual Medical and surgical Cardiac SECTION – II
PULMONARY REHABILIATION
Respiratory assessment and various Test Protocols Exercise Prescription and Training techniques Management of Obstructive and Restrictive conditiond Respiratory management following Neurological and spinal cord injuries Physiotherapy following various medical and surgical Pulmonary conditions Mechanical Ventilation [Adult and paediatric] Lung expansion therapy and chest Physiotherapy Intensive therapy apparatus [Adults and Paediatric-Airways, Common neonatal problems – management in the NICU ICU treatment in Neurological Disorders [-CVA, GBS, MG, MND, Muscular VEER MARMAD SOUTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY
(MPT) MASTER OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
SECOND YEAR MPT
(OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY)
PAPER – III
PT IN Obstetrics
SECTION – 1
CLINICAL OBSTETRICS
1. Anatomy of female reproductive organs.
2. Fundamentals of reproduction.
3. Placenta, fetal membranes, fetus.
4. Endocrinology in relation to reproduction.
5. Physiological changes during pregnancy.
6. Diagnosis of pregnancy.
7. Fetus in utero, fetal skull & maternal pelvis.
8. High risk pregnancy.
9. Complications in pregnancy.
10. Psychological & emotional aspects of pregnancy.
11. Antenatal care, Preconceptional counseling and care
12. Normal labor.
13. Injuries to birth canal.
14. Normal Purpeurium.
15. Operative obstetrics – Dilatation and evacuation, Suction evacuation,
Hysterectomy, Episiotomy, Forceps, Ventouse, Version, Destructive operation, Caesarean section, Symphysiotomy 16. Medical and surgical illness Complicating pregnancy -Anemia in pregnancy, Heart disease, Tuberculosis, Glycosuria in Pregnancy, Thyroid dysfunction with pregnancy, Jaundice in pregnancy, STD in pregnancy, Pyelonephritis, Epilepsy in pregnancy, Viral infections in pregnancy, Asthma in pregnancy, General surgery during pregnancy, Acute pain of abdomen during pregnancy 17. Preterm labor, Premature rupture of the membranes, Post maturity, 18. Special Cases, Pregnancy with history of previous Caesarean section, Pregnancy in Rh-negative woman, Elderly primigravida, Grand multipara, Bad obstetric history, Obesity. 19. Malposition, Malpresentation, Cord prolapse, 20. Aids to diagnosis in Obstetrics – Radiology in obstetrics, Amniocentesis, Ultrasonic in obstetrics, Guides to clinical tests. SECTION – II
OBSTETRIC PHYSIOTHERAPY
1. Role of Physiotherapy in Antenatal period. a. Assessment of fetal well being. b. Objectives of Physiotherapy. c. Antenatal classes. d. Fitness in childbearing year. e. Preparation for labor. 3. Role of Physiotherapy in Postnatal period. a. Objectives of Physiotherapy. b. Postnatal complications. c. Fitness in Postnatal period. d. Assessment & handling of newborn. 4. Physiotherapy management in injuries to birth canal. 5. Pre & Post Operative Physiotherapy in Obstetrics. 6. Women in work place. a. Ergonomic control of musculoskeletal injuries. VEER MARMAD SOUTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY
(MPT) MASTER OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
SECOND YEAR MPT
PT IN Gynecology
SECTION – I
CLINICAL GYNAECOLOGY
1. Anatomy of the female pelvic organs. 2. Development of genital organs & gonads. 3. Puberty Dynamics. 4. Menstruation. 5. Examination of gynecological patients & diagnostic aids. 6. Pelvic infections & infections of the individual pelvic organs. 7. Sexually transmitted diseases 8. Dysmenorrhoea & other disorders of menstrual cycles. 9. Displacement of uterus. 10. Infertility 11. Benign lesions of the vulva and vagina 12. Benign lesions of the cervix 13. Benign lesions of the uterus 14. Endometriosis and adenomyosis 15. Premalignant lesions 16. Genital malignancy 17. Urinary problems in gynecology. 18. Amenorrhoea - Physiological, Primary, Secondary 19. Contraception. a. Barrier methods b. Natural c. IUCD d. Steroidal e. Emergency f. Sterilization a. Preoperative preparations b. Postoperative care c. Day care surgery d. Gynecological operations a. abnormal vaginal discharge b. Pruritus vulvae c. Pelvic Pain d. Postmenopausal bleeding e. Low backache f. Breast in gynecology g. Vaginismus h. Dyspareunia i. Abdomino pelvic lump j. Hirsutism k. Galactorrhoea 23. Sexually Transmissible Diseases (STD) 24. Sexual Issues a. Sexual abuse b. Sexual dysfunction & counseling c. Gender based sexual harassment. SECTION – II
GYNECOLOGICAL PHYSIOTHERAPY
1. Physiotherapy assessment & management of the following gynecological a. Pelvic floor dysfunction due to pelvic infections & infections of b. Displacement of uterus. c. Menstrual disorders. d. Urinary dysfunction. e. Operative gynecology. 2. Eating disorders. 3. Diet & Exercises in Adolescence. 4. Menopause, Osteoporosis & role of Physiotherapy. 5. Aged women & role of physiotherapy. 6. Women in Sports & female specific problems. a. Sports Amenorrhoea. b. Injury to female reproductive tract. c. Menstrual synchrony. d. Sex determination. e. Exercise & pregnancy. 7. Rehabilitation of Breast cancer
8. Physiotherapy management of lymphoedema

20. RECOMMENDED BOOKS

Second Year MPT
1. Manual of nerve conduction velocity techniques – De Lisa, Raven Press N. 2. Electro diagnosis in diseases of nerve and muscle – Kimura J. F. A. Davis 3. Mobilization of the extremity joints- Kattenbore, Harper and Row- 4. Chest physiotherapy in intensive care unit – Mackenzie,; Williams and 5. Cardiopulmonary symptoms in physiotherapy – Cohen M, Churchill 6. Physical rehabilitation: Assessment and treatment – O Sullivan, F. A. Davis 7. Neuro Rehabilitation – Farber, W. B. Saunders, Philadelphia 1982 8. Orthopedic physical therapy – Donatteli, London Churchill Livingston, 1994 9. Yoga therapy – Kuvalayannanda Swami and Vinekar, Popular prakashan – 10. Gait analysis – Perry J Black Therofare, New Jersey, 1992 11. Bio feedback – A practitioners guide – Kerb D Guiford Press 12. The neural basis of motor control – Black I Churchill Livingston – London 13. Physical therapy management of Parkinson’s disease – Turnbull Gerede I. 14. Abnormal postural reflex activity caused by brain lesions – Bobath B Aspen 15. Disorders of voluntary muscle – Eagel, Churchill, Livingston, Edinburgh 16. A clinician’s view of neuro muscle disorder – Brook M. H. Williams and 17. Proprioception neuro muscular facilitation techniques- Knot M. and Voss, 18. Stroke rehabilitation – Laidler, Chapman and Hall, London 1994 19. Motor relearning programme for stroke – Carr, Aspen publication, Rock 20. Adult hemiplegia : evaluation and treatment – Bobath B. Heinemann 21. Paraplegia and tetraplegia- Bromley, Churchill Livingston, Edinburgh 1991 22. Child with spina bifida – Anderson E. M. and Spain B Methuen, London 23. A manual of neonatal intensive care- Robert, N. R. C. Edward Arnold, 24. Measurement in physical therapy – Churchill Livingston , London 1988 25. Soft tissue pain and disability – Cailliet Rene, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi 26. Myofascial pain and dysfunction – Havell, Williams and Wilkins Baltimore 27. Physical therapy of the low back- Twomey, Churchill Livingston, London 28. Sport injuries of the shoulder- Souza Thomas A., Churchill Livingston 29. Vertebral manipulation – Maitland G. D. Boston Butter worth and co. 30. Peripheral manipulation – Maitland G. D. Boston, Butter worth & Co. 31. Sport and physical therapy – Bernhardt Donna, Churchill Livingston, 32. Hand rehabilitation – Christine – Churchill Livingston, London 1995 33. Cardiopulmonary symptoms in physiotherapy practice- Cohen M. Churchill 34. Clinical application of ventilator support – Kinby, Churchill Livingston , 35. Cardiopulmonary physiotherapy- Irwin, C. V. Mosby, St. Louis 1990 36. Pulmonary rehabilitation: Guidelines to success- Holdkins, Butter worth, 37. Cardiac rehabilitation – Amundsen L. R. Churchill Livingston, London 1988 38. Obstetrics and gynecological physical therapy – Wilder Elnine, Churchill 39. Physiotherapy in obstetrics and gynecology – Polden and Mantle, Jaypee 40. Physical therapy of the cancer patient – McGaryex Charles Churchill 41. Industrial therapy – Key, G. L. Mosby, St. Louis 1987.
JOURNALS

1. Physical therapy (APTA, America)
2. Physiotherapy (CSP London)
3. American journal of physical medicine and rehabilitation.
4. Physiotherapy (Canada)
5. Physiotherapy theory and practice
6. Australian journal of physiotherapy.
7. Journal of Indian association of physiotherapy
8. Clinical Kinesiology
9. Journal of Biomechanics
10. American Journal of sports exercises.
11. Pediatric physical therapy
12. Journal of rehabilitation research and development
13. Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
14. Journal of pediatric orthopedics
15. Journal of neurological sciences.
VEER MARMAD SOUTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY
(MPT) MASTER OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
SECOND YEAR MPT
SECTION – IV
1. PHYSIOTHERAPY ETHICS
ETHICS OF PHYSICAL THERAPY PRACTICE AND LAW

At the end of the course the students would be able to outline.
1. Ethical principles in Physiotherapy practice with reference to standards of 2. Rules of professional conduct and relationship between patient, colleagues, 3. Rules and Regulations of Indian Association of Physiotherapist for 4. Confidentiality, responsibility, implications of malpractice and negligence. 5. Legal responsibility of physiotherapists for their action in the professional context and understanding liability and obligation of a medico legal action.

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