PTIN 559 – integumentary physical therapy

Dr.Rehan G. Abdelaziz

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Course assistant :

Have knowledge and understanding of scientific base, upon which a practical ability can be developed for managing integumentary dysfunctions and surgical cases from the physical therapy point of view.

Course objectives :

Develop practical skills of physical therapy management (assessment and treatment) in integumentary dysfunctions and surgery cases. Implement an evidence-based comprehensive physical therapy management program for integumentary dysfunctions and surgery cases

Course description :

Midterm Exam: 30 Quizzes 10 Assignments: 10 Final Exams: Oral and practical 100 Clinical 50 written: 100 Total: 300

Course assessment :

Dermatology in Clinical Practice

Recommended text books :

• Sussman, C., and B.M. Bates-Jensen. Wound Care: A Collaborative Practice Manual. Wolters Kluwer Health / Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007. • Kelly, Deborah Graffis. \”Vascular, Lymphatic, and Integumentary Disorders.\” Chap. 14 In Physical Rehabilitation, edited by S.B. O\’Sullivan, T.J. Schmitz and G. Fulk, 577-644: F. A. Davis Company, 2013. • Richard, Reginald L, and R Scott Ward. \”Burns.\” Chap. 24 In Physical Rehabilitation, edited by S.B. O\’Sullivan, T.J. Schmitz and G. Fulk, 1090-121: F. A. Davis Company, 2013. • DeLisa, J.A., B.M. Gans, and N.E. Walsh. Physical

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