Learning outcomes of the course unit
Students will acquire knowledge to perform a correct examination and to correctly interpret the signs and symptoms which indicate a normal anatomy and functionality or a pathology, for which an appropriate therapeutic treatment will have to be outlined.
Course contents summary
MED/ 34 Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Prof. Cosimo Costantino CFU 2
General information on physical methods and their application
Rehabilitation of polytraumatized patients
Posture and its correlation to phonation and vertebral pathologies
Global posture re-education
Rehabilitative approach to stroke patients.
Supplement activities: “Psychomotor disorders in paediatric pathologies” Dr. Roberta Bianchi
The history of psychomotor development: physiological and neuropsychological development – psychomotor re-education
Stages of cognitive-emotional development
Stages of psychomotor development: the creation of body image and the development of spatial skills
Stages of development in temporal and rhythmic skills
Development of laterality
Psychomotor observation: methodology – presentation of a case and its assessment
Problems in development of body image and laterality
Problems in spatial and temporal skills
Learning disability – Presentation of some instruments for a LD assessment and appropriate teaching methods – Simulation and practical exercises
Specific psychomotor re-education projects which are at the base of graphics – Presentation of graphic-motor report –
Brief outline of psychomotor issues in general development disorders.
LA RIABILITAZIONE IN ORTOPEDIA S. Brent Brotzman, Kevin E. Wilk. 2nd Edition, Ed. Excerpta Medica