What is Physiotherapy?
It is a healthcare profession that provides that provides treatment to individuals to develop, maintain &restore maximum movement & function throughout life.
The study & treatment of disease disorder by physical and mechanical means.
It is a healthcare profession concerned with human movement. It provides techniques to help for speedy recovery & complication free return to normal file.
Its specialty areas are Cardiopulmonary.
Neurological Paediatricgeriatric; women health. Orthopaedic & Rehabilitative conditions.
Who can be a physiotherapist?
In addition to having a high aptitude for science and maths, an individual seeking a physical therapy career should have excellent interpersonal skills, demonstrating compassion and the sincere desire to provide help to patients in need.
To become a physical therapist in our country, an individual must obtain a diploma/degree from an accredited physiotherapy program. Upon completing this program, the individual must register with State Medical Faculty & I.A.P. Apex Paramedical Institute is offering program Diploma in Physiotherapy (DPT) course. After completing the training required to practice physiotherapy, an individual may choose to obtain training and certification in a specialty area
Specialization in Physiotherapy:
According to the statics, the following are the top five specialisations within the field of physical therapy are:
In cardiopulmonary and pulmonary rehabilitation physical therapists treat a wide variety of individuals with cardiopulmonary disorder or those who have had cardiac or pulmonary surgery. Physiotherapy is used in this field to assist in clearing lung secretions experienced with cystic fibrosis, disorders, including heart attacks, post coronary bypass surgery, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and pulmonary fibrosis, treatments can benefit from cardiovascular and pulmonary specialized physical therapists.
As a subject of physical therapy, geriatric physical therapy deals with the treatment of health conditions in older adults. This type of therapy can also help stroke patients with degenerative diseases such as arthritis and osteoporosis.
While children and infants are affected by many of the same type of illnesses and injuries as adults, their smaller bodies often respond differently to treatment. Paediatric physical therapists provide specialised care for younger patients, and often work with children with congenital health problems and birth defects.
Orthopaedic physical therapy is one of the most well known disciplines in the field of physical therapy. Orthopaedics is dedicated to musculoskeletal health. The arms, legs, hands, and feet are the parts of the body most prone to severe injury, such as sprains, strains, joint problems, breaks and amputation. Physical therapists can help treat these conditions and improve range of motion and flexibility of injured limbs. Physical therapy can also help patients who must learn to use a prosthetic device to replace a missing limb.
People, who have sustained neurological damage, such that caused by a severe head injury from a fall or automobile accident, often benefit from ongoing physical therapy to regain lost function. Repetitive exercises and other types of therapy can help improve nerve and muscle function for many patients with brain damage or nervous system impairments.
► Sports Medicine:
Athletes are prone to specialised injuries and although some of these injuries can be treated using orthopaedic therapy, some require additional, targeted care. Sports physical therapist is specially trained in the treatment and rehabilitation of neuromusculoskeletal injuries. Physical therapist who specialize in sports injuries can at a clinic or hospital, or work as a part of a medical staff for a sports team.
A physiotherapist specialised in obstetrics and gynaecology works for the health and fitness of women. They have an important role during the delivery in reducing the patient's pain and promoting relaxation. Under guidance of qualified physiotherapist, women can get her shape and strength even after multiple pregnancies.
They can work as physiotherapist in:
Classroom and conference hall
All classroom and lecture theaters are spacious, equipped with Modern teaching aids and provided with comfortable and conductive environment for learning.
Audio Visual Lab:
The Apex Paramedical Institute posses a good number of audio visual aids. A good collection of video tapes, CD and audio cassettes on different subjects are available for the student's education. In addition, the Apex Paramedical institute students shall also have access to the computer Lab. and latest software.
Under the valuable guidance of the Sr. Faculty, physiotherapy students shall be allowed to work in the following modern and fully equipped labs.
The students shall however ,be held responsible for any damage caused to the equipment.
A hostel facility is available and compulsory for the students. Each student is provided with residing room with a locker, a table and a chair. Students are to strictly follow hostel rules to be immunized against Hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and Typhoid on payment. Students will have to strictly follow hostel rules. Ragging is strictly prohibited in the hostel & campus. If any such case comes to the notice of the prescribed Authority, the authority has full power to suspend the miscreant from the Apex Institute. Students are advised not to keep heavy cash, gold jewellery and costly electronics items in their rooms. Authority will not be responsible for any loss.
All the ultra modern medical facilities are available in the Apex Super Speciality Hospital Campus, where Apex Paramedical Institute is situated. We have a student's welfare center in the Hospital.