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Emilio Aguinaldo College

Emilio Aguinaldo College


Emilio
School of P Aguinaldo
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School of PhysCollege
Occupational Therapy Manila
ical and Occupational Therapy

School of Physical, Occupational


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COURSESYLLABUS
OTX2 41: Therapeutic Exercises II
VISION
VISION
Emilio Aguinaldo College is an academic community dedicated to the pursuit of TRUTH for the advancement and welfare of humanity.

PRINCIPLES OF REHABILITATION: ARTHRITIS


Emilio Aguinaldo College is an academic community dedicated to the pursuit of TRUTH
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e Mission of Emilio Aguinaldo College is to create an academic environment SION
that will enable the individual to discover and realize his/her full potentials; to offer an inquiry-based, studen
At the end of the session, relevantthe learners
to the should
needs of the local and be able
global to: and to live the values of VIRTUE, EXCELLENCE, and SERVICE .
community;
do College is to create an academic environment that will enable the individual to discover and realize his/her full potentials; to offer an inquiry-based, student-centered educ
Differentiate the clinical picture of RA and OA
relevant to the needs of the local and global community;INTENDE and
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Identify common impairments and functional limitations associated with RA and OA
er the deliberation by the faculty members, the following were the terminal competencies identified to be expected from an EAC-BSPT graduate;
Asses, diagnose, plan, implement intervention, and give
EDward/home
PROGRAMinstructions for patients
B.S. Pwith variety
ALTHof medical/surgical conditions, which include:
Provide indications, CI and precautions in giving therapeutic exercises for arthritic conditions
a. Neurologic conditions
INT END OBJECTIVES FOR HYSIC ERAPY
culty members, the following were the terminal competencies identified to be expected from an EAC-BSPT graduate;
- Explain the rationale of treatment plan for arthritic conditions
Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Movement disorders, Dystrophies, spinal Cord Injury (SCI), etc.
ment intervention, and give ward/home instructions for patients with variety of medical/surgical conditions, which include:
b. Musculoskeletal conditions
- Determine appropriate therapeutic exercises that will address the common problems associated
Sprains, low back pain (LBP), fractures, dislocations, etc.
Accident
c. Cardiopulmonary with arthritis
(CVA), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Movement disorders, Dystrophies, spinal Cord Injury (SCI), etc.
conditions
itions- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases (COPD), Myocardial Infarction (MI), Pulmonary Tuberculosis (TB),etc.
d. Rheumatologic
pain conditions
(LBP), fractures, dislocations, etc.
ditions - I. Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), Osteoarthritis (OA), Gout, Pseudogout, etc.
e. Integumentary System conditions
ve
A chronic, inflammatory, systemic disease that produces its most common and most prominent
Pulmonary Diseases (COPD), Myocardial Infarction (MI), Pulmonary Tuberculosis (TB),etc.
- Burns, wound care, etc.
ions
f.
ritis (RA),
-
manifestations in the ________________________ joints
Pediatric conditions
Osteoarthritis
Cerebral (OA), Syndrome,
Palsy, Down Gout, Pseudogout,
etc etc.
mg.conditions
Other conditions
e, etc.- Cancer, geriatric, etc.
A. Epidemiology:
dentify symptoms that warrant emergency procedures, and perform appropriate procedures for such.
dentify
own _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
pertinentetc
Syndrome, ancillary procedures, and the implications of their results, for a variety of medical/surgical conditions.
Document findings upon evaluation and outcomes of treatment.
Prepare appropriate exercise programs for fitness training of healthy individuals, and participate in the formulation and implementation of wellness programs.
etc.
Practice proper ethics, and exhibit professionalism in the various capacities that a physical therapist would practice (i.e. clinics, fitness/wellness training, community based rehabilitation
B. Etiology:
ant emergency procedures, and perform appropriate procedures for such.
Organize, administrate, direct and supervise physical therapy services, including support personnel.
procedures, and the
and implications of their results, for a variety of medical/surgical conditions.
Consult,
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educate,
aluationand/or
Educate and outcomes
engage in critical
superviseof treatment.
the
inquiry or research.
training of students of Physical Therapy.
e programs for fitness training of healthy individuals, and participate in the formulation and implementation of wellness programs.
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exhibit professionalism in the various capacities that a physical therapist would practice (i.e. clinics, fitness/wellness training, community based rehabilitation, academe, resea
ct and supervise physical therapy services, including support personnel.
ge in critical inquiry or research.
he training C. Pathology:
of students of Physical Therapy.
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D. Clinical Manifestations:
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E. Joints Affected:
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F. Extra-articular Manifestations:
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G. The 2010 Classification Criteria for Rheumatoid Arthritis
DOMAIN: DOMAIN: DOMAIN: DOMAIN:
JOINT INVOLVEMENT SEROLOGY ACUTE PHASE REACTANTS DURATION OF ARTHRITIS

Scoring:
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II. Osteoarthritis (OA)


A slowly progressive musculoskeletal disorder wherein there is destruction of the __________________________
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B. Epidemiology:
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C. Risk Factors
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D. Kellgren and Lawrence Radiograph Grading of OA
GRADE DEFINITION
Grade 0

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Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4

E. Pathologic Features:
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F. Clinical Manifestations:
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G. Joints Affected:
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H. Radiographic Features:
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II. Problem List


A. What are the usual and/or expected impairments and activity limitations for a patient who has RA?

Impairments Activity Limitations

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B. Complete the table below
Rationale/Goal Therapeutic Interventions for RA Remarks/Progression/
Precautions/CI

C. What are the usual and/or expected impairments and activity limitations for a patient who has OA?

Impairments Activity Limitations

D. Complete the table below


Rationale/Goal Therapeutic Interventions for OA Remarks/Progression/
Precautions/CI

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III. Joint Protection Techniques

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IV. Energy Conservation Techniques

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References:
Atkinson, K., Coutts, F., & Hassenkamp, A.M. (2005). Physiotherapy in orthopaedics A problem
solving approach (2nd ed). London: Elsevier.
Kisner, C. & Colby, L.A. (2007). Therapeutic exercise: Foundations and Techniques (5th ed.).
Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Co.
OSullivan, S. & Schmitz, T. (2007). Physical rehabilitation (5 th ed.). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis
Company.

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author and EAC Manila School of PT/OT/RT are required prior to use for other purposes (liezel.bumanglag@yahoo.com.ph).