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School of Physiotherapy
The School of Physiotherapy
S- VYASA University has started the 4 and ½ year Bachelor of Physiotherapy programme from the academic year 2023-24 with a view to impart physiotherapy education of global standards. The students who pass out from this school should be able to independently practice the skills of physiotherapy, with emphasis on recent advances techniques in health care and evidence based practice. Research is part of the curriculum and completion of a project is mandatory to fulfill the degree requirements, giving insight on the application of research principles.
Integrative therapy is the primary focus of education in S-VYASA University, setting the trend of multi-disciplinary approach in patient care, and delivery the best therapeutic services in patient care.
What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy or Physical Therapy is a form of therapy given by physical means.
A physiotherapist skillfully is able to –
- assess patients with disorders/ dysfunctions affecting the different systems of the body
- Identify problems which require management and / modifications
- Plan and implement goals of physiotherapy in order rehabilitate- bring back the patient to normal/ near normal state so that he/she is able to perform routine daily activities independently or with minimal assistance.
- Common areas which require the role of Physiotherapy are – Orthopaedics, Sports injuries, Neurological and neuro surgical conditions, Paediatrics, Cardio respiratory and Medical- surgical conditions, OBG conditions apart from problems seen in the Community settings.
- Essential qualities of a good physiotherapist are- good communication, commitment and responsibility towards the patients, and the society at large. He/she should be able to counsel the patients
and motivate them to overcome the difficulties they will be undergoing. A good sense of humour enables to develop rapport with the patients, who may have to undergo therapy for quite a long time.
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