This subject is taught in the first year of the degree in physiotherapy.
This course represents a first approximation of the student to the field of physical therapy. It provides the necessary knowledge for the assessment, prevention and treatment of the patient through agents and methods of physical therapy.
The student will be able to propose and carry out treatments in patients with a variety of diseases through the use of different physical agents.
The subject is the first shot of the student contact with more general knowledge of physiotherapy.
The agenda provides students basic understanding of evolution and the theoretical foundations of physical therapy as a science and profession.
The subject is attending in person. Combine the theoretical and practical classes in which the student will participate actively.
On a complementary basis will take place different dynamics and activities to be submitted online through the Virtual Campus.
CB1: Students have demonstrated knowledge and understanding in a field of study that part of the basis Secondary education.
CB2: Practical and professional implementation of knowledge, showing competencies related to problems resolution, and elaborating and defense of arguments.
CB3: To collect and fix relevant info to produce judgments involving reflection about social, scientific and ethic relevant topics.
CB5: To develop educational abilities to approach postgraduate courses with high confidence.
CT 3: Ability to organize and plan.
CT 4: Ability to abstract and analyze.
CT 13: Critical thinking.
CE 108: acquire the ability to reason and apply different physical agents in physical therapy.
CE 109: acquire the knowledge of the physiological and structural changes that may occur as a result of the application of physical agents.
CE 110: initiate the student in the physiotherapy diagnosis.
CE 111: obtain the necessary skills in the application of the movement as a therapeutic measure.
TOPIC 1. Introduction to physiotherapy.
TOPIC 2. Massage therapy.
TOPIC 3. Thermotherapy.
TOPIC 4. Cryotherapy.
TOPIC 5. Hydrotherapy.
TOPIC 7. Electrotherapy.
TOPIC 8. Biofeedback.
TOPIC 9. Ultrasonotherapy.
TOPIC 10. Magnetic therapy.
TOPIC 11: Thalassotherapy, heliotherapy and climatotherapy.
Activities that contribute to the development of competencies are as follows:
Knowledge test: 50%
Folder of learning: 50%
The subject is taught in Spanish.
Students must overcome this subject to be able to study the subjects of special techniques in physical therapy I and II, stays clinical I, I osteopathy, osteopathy II and muscle chains.
· Master Classes
· Dialogic Learning
· Case study
· Environments of simulation
· Cooperative learning