Lab 1

A.Y. 2019/2020
1
Max ECTS
15
Overall hours
SSD
MED/48
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
The aims are:
- to identify the risks connected to the handling of loads in the exercise of the profession of physiotherapist and implement the strategies aimed at limiting them;
- to know the physiology of movement (rachis, upper limbs, lower limbs);
- to know joint and muscle tests;
- postural hygiene;
- introduction of verbal and non-verbal communication aspects at the basis of counseling;
- guide to observation by providing a conceptual grid to define posture and physiological movement;
- experiencing different perceptions and actions in normal subjects;
- general introduction to rehabilitation activities, body and emotion evaluation of the spine;
- manual surface inspection;
- to recognize physiological responses to clinical use tests.
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the Laboratory the student will have to know the normal motor control and the physiology that commands it, identify the characteristics of the setting in which the physiotherapist works, and learn the correct postures. He will also need to be able to perform a joint and muscle assessment. Finally, the student must be able to conduct a medical history.
Course syllabus and organization

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Course syllabus
· To lead the student to be able to observe and grasp the essential aspects and the main differences between a healthy person and a disabled person
· Guide the student in the observation through a grid
· Introduce the student to the concepts of clinical communication, reflection (in action and on action) and problem solving
· "Learn to feel your body"
· Role playing of a rehabilitation session for the purpose of understanding verbal and non-verbal languages between subjects.
· Observation of a movie with a rehabilitation treatment with an observation grid to be filled in.

· Lead the student to observe and understand the essential aspects and the main differences between a healthy person and a disabled person
· Guide the student in observation through "Attention Test" videos
· Problem Solving,
· "Learning to feel your body"
· Role playing of a rehabilitative session for the purpose of understanding verbal and non-verbal languages between subjects
Normal responses to clinical tests
· Lead the student to observe and understand the essential aspects and the main differences between a healthy person and a disabled person
· Guide the student in observation through "Attention Test" videos
· Problem Solving,
· "Learning to feel your body"
· Role playing of a rehabilitative session for the purpose of understanding verbal and non-verbal languages between subjects


Exercises on balance tests
· Lead the student to observe and understand the essential aspects and the main differences between a healthy person and a disabled person
· Guide the student in observation through "Attention Test" videos
· Problem Solving,
· "Learning to feel your body"
· Role playing of a rehabilitative session for the purpose of understanding verbal and non-verbal languages between subjects
Exercises on walking tests

· Lead the student to observe and understand the essential aspects and the main differences between a healthy person and a disabled person
· Guide the student in observation through "Attention Test" videos
· Problem Solving,
· "Learning to feel your body"
· Role playing of a rehabilitative session for the purpose of understanding verbal and non-verbal languages between subjects
Prerequisites for admission
No special knowledge is required
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons - group work - case analysis
Bibliography
· A.Shumway-Cook, M.H. Woollacott
" Motor Control - theory and practical
Applications" ed. Williams e Wilkins, 1995
· P.M. Davies " Passo dopo passo" ed. Sprinter, 2001
· S. Boccardi, A. Lissoni " Cinesiologia" vol. 3.
Soc. ed. Universo, 1990.
· Ann F., Vansant " rising from a supine position
To erect stance" Physical Therapy vol.68 n° 2
1988; 185-192
· D.Pini, S. Masetti, C. Papucci, La Rinaldi " Analisa
della cordinazione seduto-in-piedi-seduto" Riabilitazione Oggi anno
XVIII-n° 6 Giugno 2001;23-33
· M.Scenkman, R.A. Berger, Poriley, Rwmann, Wa.
Hodge " Whole- Bboby moviments durino rising
To standing from sitting" Physical Therapy vol.70
N°10, 1990, 638-651
· R:Rrichter,A.F.Vansnt " Description of adult rolling
movements and Hypothesis of developmental sequences"
Physical therapy vol.69, n°1, 1989; 77-85
· www.pubmed.gov
· www.ricercainriabilitazione.it
· www.fisionline.org
· www.braintrack.com
· www.medline.com

- I Muscoli. Funzioni e test con postura e dolore
di F. Kendall, E. Kendall McCreary - Verduci
- L'Esame Neurologico: quadri normali e patologici di Massimiliano Prencipe
- Test Clinici e Funzionali - Un approccio basato sull'evidenza di Chad E. Cook, Eric J. Hegedus

S. Boccardi, A. Lissoni "Chineseology" vol. 3.
Soc. ed. Universe, 1990.
P.M. Davies "step by step" ed. Sprinter, 2001
www.pubmed.gov
www.ricercainriabilitazione.it
www.fisionline.org
Assessement methods and criteria
Compilation of descriptive cards during the first semester internship which is essentially observational by students
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