A. Obstetrics and Gynaecological Conditions –
Basics Anatomy and Physiology,
Developmental anatomy: Embryology & fetal development.
General female anatomy & Physiology:
Female bony pelvic
Biomechanics of the female pelvic:
B Clinical Obstetrics:
Physiotherapy assessment in obstetrics:
Assessment during labour.
Common musculoskeletal problem.
Pelvic floor muscle function.
Bowel & bladder dysfunction.
Pregnancy detection methods and diagnostic test.
Physiological changes during pregnancy.
C] Clinical Gynaecology:
Physiotherapy assessment in gynaecology:
Physiotherapy Assessment of different gynaecological condition.
Pre & Post operative assessment of gynaecological surgery.
Physiotherapy assessment of Bladder and Bowel Dysfunction.
Pelvic floor muscle assessment.
Assessment of pain.
Diagnostic tools used in gynaecological assessment.
Examination of breast.
Puberty & common syndrome during this phase.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome
D: Physiotherapy Techniques in :
Antenatal exercise in pregnancy.
Concept, principles and organisation of antenatal exercises.
PT management of common syndrome of pregnancy.
Role of PT in antenatal complication.
Ergonomics during childbearing phase.
Role of physiotherapy in high risk pregnancy.
Role of physiotherapy during Labor and its management.LEARNING OUTCOME On completion of the subject, student will have the opportunity to develop the following generic skills-An advance understanding of the changing knowledge base in this clinical areaPlan, deliver and evaluate appropriate exercise programs for specific women’s groups of the community.Understand the impact of exercise on the altered physiology, patho physiology and psychology of pregnancy, menopause, aging, & osteopenia/ osteoporosis.Identify the legal and safety issue associated with leading exercise classes for women with specific physical need.Understand the motivational and marking aspect of leading community and hospital based exercise classes.
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