PT Credentialing Program Philippine Rehabilitation Institute anoxia cerebral

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On march 22, 2017 U.S. Citizenship and immigration services (USCIS) re-authorized FCCPT to issue the health care workers (type I) certificate for immigration. The approval is retroactive to march 22, 2015 and lasts until march 2020.

In the re-authorization, USCIS clarified its position regarding requirements for FCCPT to issue the health care worker’s certificate.

USCIS stated that it does not mandate a minimum degree title or number of credit hours required for the type I certificate.Anoxia cerebral USCIS referred to federal regulations at 8 CFR section 212.15 (f)(1)(i), requiring that foreign-educated physical therapists (pts) demonstrates a level of education comparable to the U.S. Educated PT.

Based on the USCIS guidance, the FCCPT board of directors approved the following eligibility requirements for the type I certificate. Effective april 1, 2017, FCCPT will consider the education of foreign-educated pts comparable or substantially equivalent to the U.S. Educated PT if the education demonstrates the following:

• 1. Post-bachelor’s degree: the first professional degree in physical therapy must be a bachelor’s degree or higher. If the first professional degree is a bachelor’s degree, the candidate must also possess a master’s degree or higher in any subject.Anoxia cerebral transitional DPT (tdpt) post-professional degrees offered by regionally-accredited universities that also have a CAPTE-accredited professional DPT program are accepted as post-bachelor’s degrees. • 2. Meets CWT6 requirements: the education meets the content requirements of the coursework tool 6 (CWT6); and

• 3. Minimum credits – 210: the education (general + professional education) possesses a minimum of the equivalent of 210 U.S. Semester credits. The professional education component of the education must contain a minimum of 90 credits. (these credit requirements do not apply to application for licensure).

The april 1, 2017 effective date applies to all type I services currently in review or pending (for immigration), and all new applications for the type I reviews received on or after april 1st.Anoxia cerebral

– www.Fccpt.Org (FCCPT re-authorization and type I requirements)

Requirements for enrollment in the credentialing program:

• letter of intent

Addressed to: OFELIA R. LIM, RPT, MHA

Director for academic affairs

Phil. Rehabilitation institute foundation, inc.

• copy of PT transcript of records and diploma (scanned/soft copy only)

• copy of credentialing evaluation report, if available (soft copy only)


• cultural competency

This course is about the study of the human movement from the viewpoint of the physical sciences. It involves the appreciation of the human body as a machine for the performance of work and has its foundation in three major areas of study, namely, mechanics, anatomy and neuromuscular physiology.Anoxia cerebral these concepts are integrated and applied to the total body function by examining the complex tasks of posture and gait.

The clinical aspect of kinesiology is given emphasis to meet the need of workers in the field of rehabilitation of the physically handicapped. Although basic kinesiology is concerned with normal motions and individuals with intact neuromuscular systems, this course includes the understanding of pathomechanics and principles of therapy employed by physical therapists in the rehabilitation of locomotor disorders.

This course also includes the application of mechanical principle to postural adjustments, the gait, to the use of prosthetic and orthotic devices, and to modification of home making activities necessitated by the limitation in neuromuscular capacity and skeletal structure.Anoxia cerebral

• neurology

This 3-unit course is an introduction to PT students of the proper way of documentation. It teaches the PT students to apply the principles and guidelines of a problem oriented medical record (POMR) approach in making a physical therapy chart or record. It provides the basic skills needed to write a subjective, objective, assessment, plan (SOAP) notes such as initial evaluation, re-evaluation, interim or progress notes, endorsement notes, and discharge summary. It contains explanation of the relationships between writing SOAP notes and the problem solving process as well as documenting patient care. It also includes the study of medical terminology and use of abbreviation, particularly terminology specific to medical rehabilitation.Anoxia cerebral

Physical examination is an integral part of PT database that reports the clinical findings of the therapist, based on a thorough examination of the patient. It provides the skill to gather data that confirm or support the subjective complaints of the patient of the patient, signs and objective findings that usually accompany a given clinical condition. It also enhances the competence of the students to make decisions necessary to evaluate, assess, and treat patients, to identify problems and assess the effectiveness of the treatment program and to terminate treatment or discharge the patient from therapy. Documentation also acquaint students with findings in the physical exam that can be used as a basis for legal evidence on litigation cases, to justify or nullify insurance and/or disability claims.Anoxia cerebral

• seminar 1 – integumentary, musculoskeletal and orthopedic conditions

This course offers conferences/lectures provided by medical doctors and/or rehabilitation professionals specializing on integument, musculoskeletal, orthopedic physical therapy and sports rehabilitation.

The scope of integument physical therapy includes clinical correlation and selected conditions of the integumentary system such as pressure ulcers, burns, dermatological diseases, wound care, general principles and management.

The scope of musculoskeletal and orthopedic physical therapy includes the following: anatomy and physiology of the musculoskeletal system, musculoskeletal evaluation/assessment, clinical correlation and selected conditions.Anoxia cerebral diseases such as LBP and disorders of the lumbar spine, cervical radiculopathy, scoliosis, MPS/chronic pain, upper and lower limb musculoskeletal disorders, fractures, total and partial hip and knee replacement, general principles and management.

This course also offers lectures/discussions on various sports-related injuries and its rehabilitation management.

• seminar 2 – pediatric and geriatric physical therapy

This course offers conferences/lectures provided by medical doctors and/or rehabilitation professionals specializing on pediatric and geriatric physical therapy.

The scope of pediatric physical therapy includes the following clinical correlation and selected conditions such as theories of motor control and motor learning, fetal sensorimotor development, pediatric evaluation/assessment, developmental sequence summary, preterm infant development; medical complications in prematurity, clinical correlations and overview of pediatric physical therapy intervention, pediatric nervous system condition includes cerebral palsy, myelodysplasia/spina bifida, brachial plexus injury, down’s syndrome, and traumatic brain injury.Anoxia cerebral

The scope of geriatric physical therapy includes the following: foundation of geriatric physical therapy, patient care concepts, physiologic changes and adaptation in the older adults, clinical correlations and pathological manifestation of aging, neurologic disorders and diseases, cognitive disorders, cardiopulmonary disease and disorders, skin condition and diseases, metabolic pathologies and common problems for geriatrics.

• seminar 3 – neuromuscular conditions in physical therapy

This course offers conferences/lectures provided by medical doctors and/or rehabilitation professionals specializing on neurologic physical therapy.

The scope of neuromuscular conditions include following clinical correlation and selected conditions of the neurological system, such as CVA, trauma to the brain and spinal cord, degenerative neurological disorders, vestibular disorders, cranial and peripheral nerve disorders, motor neuron disease, neuropathies and plexopathies, neurologic evaluation assessment, general principles and management.Anoxia cerebral

The scope of neuromuscular physical therapy include the following: anatomy and physiology of the nervous system, neurologic evaluation/assessment (this include patient history, assessment of level of consciousness, cognitive function, increase intracranial pressure, autonomic nervous system, functions, signs of hypersensitivity, perceptual dysfunction, review of diagnostic procedures and results), clinical correlations and neurological dysfunctions management.

• seminar 4 – cardiopulmonary conditions in physical therapy

This subject offers conferences/lecture series provided by medical doctors and/or rehabilitation professionals specializing on cardiopulmonary physical therapy.

The scope of cardiopulmonary physical therapy include but are not limited to the following clinical correlation and selected conditions of the cardiopulmonary system, such as acute myocardial infarction, angina pectoris, congestive heart failure; restrictive and obstructive lung diseases such as emphysema, pulmonary tuberculosis, bronchitis, asthma, and bronchiectasis; cardiopulmonary evaluation assessment, general principles and management.Anoxia cerebral cardiopulmonary rehabilitation was inclusive of exercise tolerance, exercise prescription, phases of cardiac rehabilitation program and peripheral vascular management.

Scope of cardiovascular physical therapy include but are not limited to the following – anatomy and physiology of the cardiopulmonary system, evaluation and/or assessment, pathophysiology, clinical correlation and physical therapy intervention, medical and surgical management, and intensive care management.

• psychology 2: developmental psychology

This course offers a detailed discussion about the normal patterns of growth and development in terms of physical, mental, emotional and social development of the individual.

Students will learn to evaluate major theories and methods of study in developmental psychology, as it represents in the variability of these patterns at different stages of growth.Anoxia cerebral

This course deals with the different stages of human growth and development starting from gametogenesis to old age and senescence. It encompasses development in the motor, cognitive, emotional, psychosocial, speech and language areas which are presented in a life span approach.

This course will also prepare its students to recognize the deviances in physical, emotional, cognitive and psychosocial development. It will also prepare the students to recognize and implement psychological concepts, theories and methodology in relation to functional and adaptive changes of the human body in reponse to the environment.

• psychosocial aspects of disability

This course has been designed to provide the students with the opportunities to develop, integrate, practice and apply knowledge and skills necessary for the evaluation of the musculoskeletal system.Anoxia cerebral the course aims to introduce the different examination procedures needed in conducting an evaluation. It will emphasize on the principles and different components of a musculoskeletal evaluation and will teach the students to perform a proper and thorough systematic evaluation.

The scope of the study include the following: principles, concepts and purpose of musculoskeletal system evaluation, the different evaluation procedures such as: patient history and interview, observation and inspection, palpation, anthropometric measurements, range of motion measurements, manual muscle cycle testing, special tests, assessment of posture, assessment of gait and evaluation of the common musculoskeletal disorders.Anoxia cerebral

An essential part of this course is the hands-on training of the students, exposing them to clinical setting where they can practice and apply a complete systematic evaluation of the musculoskeletal system.