Leadership & Faculty

Our team consists of highly dedicated knowledgeable and experienced members from the different specializations of physiotherapy. Our faculty not only teach and impart knowledge and skills to the students but are also a mentor who work enthusiastically and patiently for the overall professional as well as personal development of the students.

Orthopaedic Physiotherapy

Orthopadic Physiotherapy

Advanced understanding of the scope of practice of musculoskeletal physiotherapy, Advanced knowledge of physical, biological, medical and behavioral sciences. Advanced clinical knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for the competent assessment, prophylaxis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with neuromusculoskeletal and related disorders. The knowledge and skills in research design, research methodology and critical analysis of relevant clinical literature necessary to appreciate the role of research as a basis for evidence - based practice. The ability to further academic developments and advanced clinical skills in the specialty discipline of manipulative physiotherapy.

A deeper understanding of the basic sciences and their integration with musculoskeletal physiotherapy clinical practice. A sound theoretical knowledge and understanding of neuromusculoskeletal conditions affecting. The ability to perform an appropriate subjective and physical examination, with development of suitable analytical skills to evaluate data obtained. The ability to develop and implement a clinical analytical skills to evaluate data obtained. The ability to develop and implement a clinical management plan based on the interpretation of assessment findings. The ability to monitor patient response to modify or progress treatment appropriately. An awareness of the paramount importance of patient safety all times. A knowledge of the role of other health care professionals involved in patient care.

Neurological Physiotherapy

Neurological Physiotherapy

An advanced understanding of the changing knowledge base in neurology, and the international context and sensitivities of the area. The ability to evaluate and synthesise research and professional literature and apply this information to clinical situations. A capacity to articulate their knowledge and understanding in oral and individuals who deliver solving abilities in both the clinical and the theoretical aspects of neurology. A capacity to manage competing demands on time, including self directed project work. A capacity to be an effective member of a team based approach to patient care and to take a leadership role in the team as appropriate.

Patient assessment and treatment planning including integration and interpretation of patient problems and effective goal setting. The developmental processes in the nervous system. Sensorimotor systems and the processing of sensory information. The programming and execution of movement. Mechanisms of plasticity, learning and recovery of function after injury. Higher cortical functions and their disorders following brain injury. Application of neuroscience to clinical situations.

Paediatric Physiotherapy

Paediatric Physiotherapy

Patient assessment and treatment planning including integration and interpretation of patient problems and effective goal setting. Advanced understanding of the scope of practice of paediatric physiotherapy Advanced knowledge of physical, biological, medical and behavioral sciences. Advanced clinical knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for competent assessment, prophylaxis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with paediatric movement and related disorders. Physiotherapeutic intervention that is based on sound base of evidence and sensitive to service delivery models and the culture of both the patient and the organization.

Community Based Rehabilitation

Community Based Rehabilitation

An understanding of professional responsibility and ethical principles in relation to individuals and community, both locally and internationally. Have an ability to evaluate and synthesis the research and professional literature. Have an understanding of the significance and value of their knowledge to the wider community.

Integrate anatomical, physiological and pathological knowledge to devise and implement management programs for different patient groups. Be able to discuss current approaches in the management of different patient groups in the community and be able to apply this theoretical knowledge in clinical situations. Be able to express their theoretical knowledge at a level for education of patients, caregivers and other health professionals.

Cardio Pulmonary Physiotherapy

Cardio Pulmonary Physiotherapy

An understanding of professional responsibility and ethical principles in relation to individuals and community, both locally and internationally. The ability to evaluate and synthesis research and professional literature and apply this information. A capacity to articulate their knowledge and understanding in oral and written presentation at an appropriate level. Well developed problem solving abilities in both the clinical and the theoretical aspects of cardiothoracic physiotherapy. A capacity to manage competing demands on time, including self-directed project work. Critical evaluation of assessment and treatment approaches. Education of patients, caregivers and health professionals, consultancy and advocacy; Goal setting, self evaluation and reflective practice.

Patient assessment and treatment planning, including integration and interpretation of patient problems and effective goal setting. Physiotherapeutic intervention that is based on sound base of evidence and sensitive to service delivery models and the culture of both the patient and the organisation. A capacity to be an effective member of a team-based approach to patient care and to take a leadership role in the team as appropriate.

Excercise Therapy

Exercise Therapy

The student will learn the principles, technique and effects of exercise as a therapeutic modality in the restoration of physical function. lectures, demonstrations and practicals are conducted so that the students will be able to analyse the various types of therapeutic exercises, movements and demonstrate different techniques and describe their effects.

Electro Therapy

Electro Therapy

Here the student will learn the principles, technique and effects of electrotherapy as a therapeutic modality in the restoration of physical function.

Course Objective :
The student will be able to list the indications and contra-indications of various types of electrotherapy, demonstrate different techniques and describe their effects.

Bio Mechanics

Bio Mechanics

The knowledge of anatomy enables the student to have a better understanding of the principles of biomechanics and their application in musculoskeletal function and dysfunction.

Course Objective :

  • The student will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the principles of biomechanics and kinesiology and their application in health and disease.
  • Instructing the student to analyze normal human movement from a global perspective, integrating biomechanics, muscle mechanics and motor control theory.
  • Providing the student with the opportunity to experience quantitative methods of movement analysis in the laboratory sessions.
  • Applying these analytic methods to specific example of normal human motor performance.
  • Introducing the student to the use of these methods for evaluation and treatment of disorders of the musculoskeletal system.

Krupanidhi Group of Institutions
(AICTE Approved ISO 9000 - 2008 Certified)


Chikka Bellandur, Carmelaram Post,

Varthur Hobli, Bangalore - 560 035

+91-7848-000-123

info@krupanidhi.edu.in

x

Quick Equiry