Physical therapy aims to improve joint and muscle function (e.g., range of motion, strength) and thus improve the patient’s ability to stand, balance, walk, and climb stairs. For example, physical therapy is usually used to train lower-extremity amputees. On the other hand, occupational therapy focuses on self-care activities and improvement of fine motor coordination of muscles and joints, particularly in the upper extremities. Physical therapy is used to improve a patient's quality of life through examination, diagnosis, prognosis, physical intervention, and patient education.
- Track 1-1 Physiotherapy Techniques and Exercises
- Track 2-2 Physical Therapy Science
- Track 3-3 Physiotherapy Management and Postoperative Physiotherapy
- Track 4-4 Rehabilitation Methods
- Track 5-5 Geriatric Rehabilitation