institute of medical science
college of physiotheraphy
Affiliated to The TamilNadu DR. MGR Medical University, chennai
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Physiotherapy is the science based profession of scientific physical therapeutic system of medicine for diagnosis, prevention and treatment with an approach of improving functional independence by restoring the movements. Physiotherapist help improve the quality of life. Physiotherapists help people affected by injury illness disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advise. It is your excellent apt selection to study at Shri Indra Ganesan Institute of Medical Science College of Physiotherapy which is one of the esteemed self financing co-educational academic institutions dedicated to provide quality customize educational program in India for professional and personal lives launched under the aegis of Indra Ganesan Educational and Charitable Trust.
An under graduate course in Physiotherapy is to impart an in-depth knowledge and skill to a student to become competent in the techniques and develop the proper attitude required for the practice of Physiotherapy and carry out treatment prescribed by the Physician.
To prepare compassionate, competent, and ethical entry-level physiotherapists, with the skills and techniques necessary for the physical diagnosis, prevention and management of various conditions based on current evidence of physiotherapy practice.
Develops skills and physiotherapy techniques such as therapeutic massage and manual therapy, exercise, electrotherapy, specialized techniques in the field of various specialties relevant to physiotherapy practice.
To plan and implement appropriate physiotherapeutic intervention for all clinical conditions related to physiotherapy in acute and chronic phases, critical care, indoor and outdoor B.P.T. Regulations 2010‐2011 institutional care and independent practice.
Ability to crucially appraise published literature, interpret data and to broaden his/her knowledge by keeping abreast with modern developments in the respective physiotherapy and thereby enhancing research ability.
Development of proper attitude or compassion and concern for the individual and welfare of the physically handicapped in the institution and community levels.
To develop skills as a self-directed learner, recognize continuous education, select and use appropriate learning resources.
Ability to inculcate appropriate professional relationship in multidisciplinary set up, patient management and co-partnership basis.
Candidates belonging to all categories for admission to the B.P.T Degree course should have passed the higher secondary examination-12th with the following subjects: Physics, chemistry and Biology/Botany and Zoology.
Candidates who have studied abroad and have passed the equivalent Qualification as determined by the Association of Indian Universities Will form the guideline to determine the eligibility and must have passed in the subjects: physics, chemistry, biology (Botany/Zoology) and English up to 12th standard level.
Candidates who have passed the senior secondary school examination of National open school with a minimum of 5 subjects with any of the following group subjects.
English, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology.
English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and any other language.
Physiology and applied physiology
Psychology & Sociology
Basic and applied Physics for physiotherapy
Basic Nursing and First Aid
Orientation to Physiotherapy and computer applications
General Medicine / General Surgery & Pediatrics
Biomechanics & Applied Anatomy
Exercise Therapy I
Exercise Therapy II
Microbiology & Pathology
Electrotherapy – I
Electrotherapy – II
Clinical Cardio Respiratory Diseases
Bio Statistics & Research Methodology
physical modalities maintenance
PT in Neurology
P.T. in Orthopedics Conditions
P.T in Cardio Respiratory Diseases
Rehabilitation Medicine including Geriatrics Medicine
Project Work / Case studies
Administrative supervision and Ethics
Visits & Special Lectures