The subject of Physiotherapy Skeletal muscle is compulsory training of the Degree of Physiotherapy. It will develop the main physical therapies for the treatment and intervention of musculoskeletal conditions. Classify them according to their effect and importance and establish order of priorities in their therapeutic application. Carrying out group work. Cooperative learning activities, analysis of readings, stimulating discussion and case studies.
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The subject of Physiotherapy Skeletal muscle is compulsory training of the Degree of Physiotherapy. It will develop the main physical therapies for the treatment and intervention of musculoskeletal conditions.
Classify them according to their effect and importance and establish order of priorities in their therapeutic application. Realization of treballs in group. Activitats d'aprenentatge cooperatiu, analysis of lectures, stimulation of the discussion and study of cases.
Sessions expositives based on the explanation of the professor followed by practical exercises in specific areas.
The final exam will consist of a practical exam that will be carried out during the practical seminars. The group assignment will consist of a resolution of a clinical case study using the skills learned throuhout the different seminars that compromise the subject.
Students will have to submit the assignment during the official examination period. During each seminar, different individual assignments will be also demanded which will compromise the continuous assessment.
These assignments cannot be recovered. Recovery period. Students will have the option of re-taking the final exam if they fail during the ordinary period. Continuous assessment can not be retrieved. The qualifications obtained in the continuous evaluation will be kept as part of the final qualification of the subject.
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Learning results - Identifies the main physical agents used in physiotherapy interventions. Classify them according to their effect and importance and establish order of priorities in their therapeutic application - Analyze the patient's expectations regarding their evolution, demands and needs - Establish an intervention protocol based on the joint negotiation between therapist and patient.
Contents Electrotherapy: Topic 1. Introduction to electrotherapy. Ways to apply electrotherapy. Types of electrodes. Types of application Topic 2. Continuous flows. Topic 3. Low frequency currents. Electroanalgesia opic 4. Excitomotor currents Topic 5. Medium frequency currents. Topic 6. High frequency currents. Topic 7. Classification, physiological effects, indications and contraindications.
Topic2: Types of muscle contraction. Kinetic chains. Strength and endurance. Topic 3: Bases of motor control. Neutral joint area. Influence of pain on motor control.
Topic 2: Valuation of proprioceptive system. Unstable plans. Topic 6: Spinal proprioception. Team work. Topic 8: Monographic workshop on proprioceptive reeducation in shoulder injuries. Topic 9: Monographic workshop on proprioceptive reeducation in knee injuries.
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