Physiotherapy 303

Module code FTP 303
Qualification Undergraduate
Faculty Faculty of Health Sciences
Module content

Theory of comprehensive physiotherapeutic management (prevention, promotion, restoration, and rehabilitation) of notifiable, non-notifiable and infectious conditions.
Diseases of lifestyle, chronic disease, the impact of HIV on disability and on patients with trauma, mental health. Impact of physical/economic/political/
psychosocial environment on health and well-being, health promotion and development and sports science.
Comprehensive physiotherapy management is applied to infant health, during childhood, adolescent health, women's and men's health, health and disease in middle age and geriatrics.

Module credits 20.00
NQF Level 07
Prerequisites FSG 251, FSG 252, FSG 261, FSG 262, ANP 210, GMB 252, GMB 253, FTP 241, POL 251, FTP 231
Contact time 1 discussion class per week, 2 lectures per week, 2 other contact sessions per week, 3 practicals per week, 3 web-based periods per week
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Physiotherapy
Period of presentation Year

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