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Demonstration - Clinical Practice I - PFYZ088C
Title: Demonstration - Clinical Practice I
Guaranteed by: Department of Physiotherapy (51-300400)
Faculty: Faculty of Physical Education and Sport
Actual: from 2023
Semester: winter
Points: 0
E-Credits: 2
Examination process: winter s.:
Hours per week, examination: winter s.:0/2, C+Ex [HT]
Extent per academic year: 28 [hours]
Capacity: unknown / 16 (16)
Min. number of students: unlimited
4EU+: no
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
Key competences:  
State of the course: taught
Language: English
Teaching methods: full-time
Teaching methods: full-time
Level:  
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course can be enrolled in outside the study plan
enabled for web enrollment
priority enrollment if the course is part of the study plan
Guarantor: PhDr. Lenka Žáková, Ph.D.
Teacher(s): Mgr. Milan Martínek, Ph.D.
PhDr. Lenka Žáková, Ph.D.
Is co-requisite for: PFYZ052C, PPFYZ234C
Is pre-requisite for: PFYZ095C
In complex incompatibility with: PFYZ219C
Annotation
The aim of practical training is to apply and further improve the knowledge and skills needed for the work of a physiotherapist, under the direct guidance of a professional assistant (teacher). The focus of the course is in working with the patient, in the application of knowledge and skills from other practical and theoretical subjects, the application of theoretical and practical skills acquired in Bc. study. The course aims to unify the practical skills of students and then work with therapeutic techniques. Students are guided to process differential diagnostics, work with medical documentation, create short-term and long-term rehabilitation plan for the patient. Great emphasis is placed on teaching in the spirit of EBP (Evidence Based Physiotherapy.) The individual parts of the teaching content are very closely intertwined, so they cannot be separated from each other.
Last update: Malá Jitka, PhDr. Mgr., Ph.D. (09.09.2020)
Aim of the course

Learning Outcomes

The aim of the course is to provide students with the knowledge, skills and general competencies so that after the completion of the course the students:

  • demonstrates the ability to assess qualitative deviations from the physiology of motor expression at a detailed level
  • demonstrates the ability to create a differential balance of a given clinical issue
  • demonstrates the ability to apply specific diagnostic tests
  • demonstrates the ability to correct the patient's movement in complex movement patterns
  • demonstrates the ability to apply more complex therapeutic procedures taught in the master's degree
  • demonstrates the ability to create a complete proposal for a therapeutic procedure, including physical therapy, and the ability to present the patient's issues to colleagues
  • demonstrates an understanding of the importance of multidisciplinary cooperation in teamwork and the ability to lead a professional team in order to solve the problem of the patient

Last update: Nováková Tereza, PhDr., Ph.D. (20.09.2020)
Literature

LEWIT, K. : Manipulative Therapy, Musculoskeletal Medicine, Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, 2010

SIMONS, D., TRAVELL, J.G., SOMONS L.S., CUMMINGS, B. Travell & Simons' Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual (2-Volume Set), Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. 1998, ISBN-10: 0683307711, ISBN-13: 978-0683307719, Edition: 2.

LIEBENSON, C. Rehabilitation of the spine. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 1st edition. 1996. ISBN-10: 068305032X.ISBN-13: 978-0683050325.

HAMILL, J., KNUTZEN, K. Biomechanical Basis of Human Movement. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009, ISBN 0781791286.

KAPANDJI, I. A. The Physiology of the Joints: Volume One The Upper Limb. 6th edition, London: Churchill Livingstone, 2007, ISBN 0-443-1035-0.

KAPANDJI, I. A. The Physiology of the Joints: Volume Two The Lower Limb. 6th edition, London: Churchill Livingstone, 2002, ISBN 0-443-03618-7.

KAPANDJI, I. A. The Physiology of the Joints: Volume three The Trunk and Vertebral Column. 6th edition, London: Churchill Livingstone, 2004, ISBN 0-44-012019-1.

LATASH, M. Neurophysiological Basis of Movement. Champaign: Human Kinetics, 1998, ISBN 0 - 88011 - 756 - 7.

SIMEON, N. A. The Concise Book of Trigger Points. Lotus Publishing, 2008, ISBN 978 1 905367 12 2.

Last update: Vomáčková Helena, PhDr. Mgr., Ph.D. (05.09.2019)
Requirements to the exam

Credit Requirements:

  • 100% attendance on practicals with active participation
  • work out a report (documentation) from practices according to the teacher´s requests

Exam Requirements:

  • practical and oral exam
  • compiling a kinesiological balance over a given "fictitious" patient
  • make a diagnostic and therapeutic plan for a given "fictitious" patient
  • practical demonstration of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures on a given topic

Last update: Malá Jitka, PhDr. Mgr., Ph.D. (09.09.2020)
Syllabus

Practical training is primarily aimed at:

1. repetition and correction of performed diagnostic procedures for the cervical spine + basic therapeutic techniques

2. repetition and correction of performed diagnostic procedures for thoracic spine and ribs + basic therapeutic techniques

3. repetition and correction of performed diagnostic procedures for upper limbs + basic therapeutic techniques

4. repetition and correction of performed diagnostic procedures for lumbar spine and pelvis + basic therapeutic techniques

5. repetition and correction of performed diagnostic procedures for lower limbs + basic therapeutic techniques

6. repetition and correction of performed diagnostic procedures for soft tissues + basic therapeutic techniques

Last update: Malá Jitka, PhDr. Mgr., Ph.D. (09.09.2020)
Learning resources

Study Aids:

Moodle2: https://dl2.cuni.cz/user/index.php?id=3153

Last update: Jandová Renáta (14.07.2023)
 
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