Anatomy: It is the study of the structure and function of body parts. It can also be defined as the study of external and internal structures. Anatomy is also known as human anatomy which basically deals with the relations between the body parts. It includes a detailed description of body tissues, organs etc.
Biochemistry: Biochemistry plays a significant role in physical therapy as it contributes to anabolic and catabolic activities through the energy system including aerobics and anaerobics. Biological science cannot exist without biochemistry. It is the most influential area of medical science. Students endorse in this subject will be able to gain knowledge of various research in biochemical processes.
Physiology: It is defined as a study of the functions of the body parts. It is referred to as a treatment of the effects of any injury, illness by using manual therapy. Physiology is mainly a branch of health that involves the study of physical exercises on human body. It is used to treat diseases like obesity.
Exercise Therapy: It is defined as a plan of physical activities prescribed to facilitate the patient's recovery from diseases under any conditions. This therapy is related to specific parts or muscles of the body. This subject is a basic approach for all the student’s studying physiotherapy, as it helps them know the importance of every exercise with time. This study helps students target specific and safe exercise activities for patients, from the early stage of healing to getting back to their activities or favourite sport.
Electro Therapy: The therapy used for treating chronic pain, musculoskeletal injuries, muscle wasting and nerve pain by using controlled electrical stimulation. This topic helps in understanding the management and reduction of pain. Re-education of muscles is done by using proper stimulation.
Biomechanics: It is the study of human motion. It is important to find out what causes injuries and how we can prevent them from occurring in the future. Students are professionally trained to detect biomechanical faults which can predispose to injuries.
Pharmacology: Pharmacology is a vast subject that challenges the memory of students. There are a number of drugs that have been introduced, increasing every student’s burden. It can be defined as the study of the effects of drugs on the function of living systems.
Pathology: It is a process by which a therapist interacts with a patient, collecting information, generating and testing hypotheses, and determining the optimal diagnosis and treatment based on the information obtained.
Medicine: This study is basically done by 3-year students, in which they are allowed to examine patient disorders and injuries and on the basis of this information they provide them with the proper cure.
Surgery: Physical therapy plays a crucial role in post-operative rehabilitation as it ensures a faster and complete recovery and an effective return to the prior level of physical function.
Paediatric: This is a study to help children to achieve their optimal physical development. It involves soft tissue massage, mobilization, stretching, specific therapeutic exercises and posture education.
Neurology rehabilitation: A medical process that aims to aid recovery from a nervous system injury, and minimize any functional alterations resulting from it.
Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation: It is described as the total number of activities required to ensure that cardiac patients are given the best possible conditions so that they can maintain as normal a place as possible in society.
Sports rehabilitation: Many injuries caused during sports activities or any exercise can be cured through sports rehabilitation. Sports injuries can be severe as well as mild. Exercise performed depends on the nature of the injuries.
Ortho rehabilitation: The purpose of ortho rehabilitation is to correct musculoskeletal limitations and alleviate pain from trauma, illness, or surgery. Activities performed are different for everyone depending on goals, abilities, and conditions.