Master in Physiotherapy (MPT) (Orthopaedics/ Neurological Science/ Cardio pulmonary Science/ Community Based Rehabilitation/ Pediatrics/ Sport) IN THANE MUMBAI


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Master in Physiotherapy (MPT) (Orthopedics/ Neurological Science/ Cardio pulmonary Science/ Community Based Rehabilitation/ Pediatrics/ Sport)
The Master of Physiotherapy (MPhty) course prepares graduates for professional practice as physiotherapists.

Physiotherapists use highly-developed clinical reasoning skills to assess, diagnose and treat people with movement problems caused by a wide variety of joint, muscle, nerve and metabolic disorders. They use a range of drug-free techniques to treat and prevent injuries, and assist their clients to maintain fit and healthy bodies. The focus of physiotherapy is upon patient-centred care.

The core areas of the MPhty course are introductory and advanced musculature, neurological, and cardiopulmonary physiotherapy, applied to patients across the lifespan. Bio-mechanics, occupational health and community health are incorporated in various units of study; and evidence-based practice and professional practice are embedded throughout the curriculum. Students will also undertake university-organised clinical practice placements in the second year of the course. The skills required to practice advanced clinical reasoning are progressively developed during the course.

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Physiotherapy Online
Physiotherapy Care
Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
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Course programme

  • Structure and Properties of Heart
  • Cardiac Cycle
  • Regulation of Heart's performance/circulation during Exercise
  • Cardio Output
  • Arterial Blood Pressure
  • Physiology of Vascular System
  • Lymphatic Circulation
  • Protection from Coronary Heart Disease
  • Sudden Cardiac Death in Sports

espiratory System:

  • Ventilation and Control of Ventilation
  • Alveolar air
  • Regulation of Breathing / Respiration during Exercise
  • Pulmonary function test
  • Air Conditioning
  • Second wind
  • Oxygen Debt
  • Breath holding and Scuba Diving, High Pressure Ventilation
-Muscle Physiology:
  • Electrical properties of Neuron
  • Classification of Nerve Injury
  • Effects of Nerve injury
  • Structure of Skeletal Muscle
  • Electrical properties f Skeletal Muscle
  • Contractile Mechanism
  • Length- Tension Relationship
  • Fast and Slow Muscles
  • Skeletal Muscle Metabolism
  • Growth and Exercise
  • Repair and Adaptation during Exercise
  • Training for Muscular Strength and Endurance
  • Muscle tissue fiber typing and its significance
Exercise Physiology:Muscle & its contraction - Architecture of skeletal muscles, sliding filament theory, types of muscle fibres, mechanical efficiency of muscle contraction, force-velocity, motor, motor unit, muscle fatigue-blood supply, prolonged exercise. Cardiac cycle-pressure during cardiac cycle, Haemodynamics mechanical work and pressure, hydrostatic pressure, flow and resistance, venous capillary structure and transport mechanisms, filtration & osmosis, vascularization of skeletal muscles, regulation of circulation during exercise, cardiac output & 02 updates - stroke volume, blood pressure.
RespirationLung compliance air way resistance, pulmonary ventilation at rest and ruing exercise, diffusion in lung tissues, gas pressure - ventilation & perfusion, regulation of berating- Exercise, high air pressure - Breath holding diving. - See more at:Physical PerformanceAerobic process intensity & duration of exercise, prolonged exercise, muscular stress involved in exercise. Anaerobic Process : Power & capacity of high energy breakdown. Lactate: Production - distribution & disappearance, effect of metabolism on tissue & blood, PH, Anaerobic threshold, maximal oxygen uptake in various sports. - Physical trainingTraining principles, continuous vs. intermittent exercise training methods & biological long-term effects of training. Disuse, isometric strength training, dynamic strength training. Training of aerobic training. Endurance training, retraining, recovery a fire exercise, Mechanical efficiency technique, body composition, stretching, psychological aspects, muscular soreness, Ischemic heart disease if, contra indication to physical training. -Applied Work PhysiologyFactors affecting sustained physical work, assessment of work load relation to work capacity Assessment of maximal aerobic power measurement of oxygen uptake in a typical work situation, Assessment of load exerted on specific muscles, classification of work, Daily rates of energy expenditure, energy expenditure during specific activities like sleeping, sedentary, work house work, light industry, manual lab our. - FatigueGeneral Physical fatigue, local muscular fatigue, cardiac rhythm in humans, shift work, effect of menstruation.

Nutrition & Physical PerformanceNutrition in general digestion, energy metabolism & factors governing the selection of fuel for muscular exercises, food for the athlete, energy balance, regulation of food intake, ideal weight obesity, slimming diets, optional supply of Nutrients. -
gastrointestinal Tract & Endocrine
  • Effects of sports on G.J.T. and liver
  • Hormone regulation fluid and Electrolytes during Exercise
  • Exercise and Menstrual Cycle
  • Stress Hormones in Exercise
  • Effects of Exercise on various Hormones in the Body
  • Opiods, Runner's high
-Nervous System
  • Elementary Neuroanatomy
  • Neurons and Neuralgia
  • Properties of nerve fivers, synapse
  • Spinal cord
  • Cerebral cortex
  • Pyramidal and extra pyramidal system
  • The cerebellum
  • Autonomic nervous system
  • Cerebrospinal fluid
  • Cranial nerves

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