Academic Year 2016/2017 - 3° Year
Teaching Staff Credit Value: 4
Taught classes: 28 hours
Term / Semester:

Learning Objectives

  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

    The aims of this course is to illustrate the diseases (degenerative, autoimmune and traumatic) of the nervous system. The principal goal is to illustrate the principles of functional rehabilitation and the enhancement of residual abilities.

    Allowing students achieving a good knowledge of Psychology, according to the cognitive orientation informed by the logic of complex systems.
    It will seek to promote personal growth, triggering a process of self-knowledge through its application to the person and to the personnel life cycle of reading grids proposed cognitive orientation.
    It will enable the student to understand also the methods of Psychophysiology and Biofeedback through numerous exercises implemented with the help of some innovative equipment.

    Accompany the student in
    the knowledge of the operating environments of psychological techniques
    and research methodologies and intervention. Knowing the processes that contribute to the construction
    of a human being, to help him recognize
    the relationship between psychic
    processes, brain function and its
    relational system

Detailed Course Content

  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

    Degenerative and traumatic diseases of the CNS and rehabilitation; pathologies of the SNP and rehabilitation; functional assessment scales; utilities of the neurophysiological technique in rehabilitation; self-rehabilitation of spastic paresis.

Textbook Information

  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

    1) Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Principles and Practice (Volume II: Rehabilitation medicine) Hardcover 2) –Joel A. DeLisa (Editor), Bruce M. Gans (Editor), Nicolas E. Walsh (Editor)