University of Zagreb

Faculty of Kinesiology

Kinesitherapy
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Kinesitherapy
Code: 123666
ECTS: 6.5
Lecturers in charge: izv. prof. dr. sc. Dubravka Ciliga
doc. dr. sc. Lidija Petrinović
doc. dr. sc. Tatjana Trošt Bobić
Lecturers: Maja Babić , dr. med. - Exercises of applied kinesiology
izv. prof. dr. sc. Dubravka Ciliga - Exercises of applied kinesiology
Lorena Draženović , mag.cin. - Exercises of applied kinesiology
doc. dr. sc. Lidija Petrinović - Exercises of applied kinesiology
doc. dr. sc. Tatjana Trošt Bobić - Exercises of applied kinesiology
Sandro Venier , mag.cin. - Exercises of applied kinesiology
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Load:

1. komponenta

Lecture typeTotal
Lectures 45
Exercises of applied kinesiology 30
* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
Description:
2.1.Course objectives
The objectives are to enable students to understand basic postulates of musculoskeletal insufficiencies and disorders, and to acquire theoretical and methodological knowledge necessary for planning and programming of kinesitherapeutic treatments.
Furthermore, students will acquire knowledge to act independently in creating methodological algorithms of kinesitherapeutic exercises and in planning and programming treatment procedures for different insufficiences and disorders of the locomotor system, such as bad posture and deformities in different body regions.
2.2.Course enrolment requirements and entry competences required for the course
No enrolment requirements.
2.3.Learning outcomes at the level of the programme to which the course contributes
Kinesitherapy provides the students with knowledge of musculoskeletal insufficiencies. They will be able to:
-identify and analyze characteristics of impaired muscle groups;
-explain postulates of programming in kinesitherapy;
-apply previously acquired knowledge in planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatments.
2.4.Learning outcomes expected at the level of the course (4 to 10 learning outcomes)
According to the mentioned objectives of this course, after meeting the demands of the subject taught, the students will be able to define and analyze:
-the methods of evaluation of impaired musculature - including specific movements and tests;
-process of planning and programming of targeted kinesitherapeutic procedures;
-diagnostics of particular insufficiencies of different muscles;
-specificities requiring attention in course of planning and programming.
2.5.Course content broken down in detail by weekly class schedule (syllabus)
Lectures
1.Kinesitherapy: basic areas of the field. Definitions. (2L)
2.Research subject of kinesitherapy. Tasks of kinesitherapy. Principles of kinesitherapy. (3L)
3.History of kinesitherapy. Development of kinesitherapy. (2L)
4.Methods of monitoring and record-keeping in kinesitherapy and rehabilitation. (2L)
5.Organization of work in kinesitherapy. (2L)
6.Kinesiology and medical elements for physical exercise for persons with impaired health. (2L)
7.Diagnostics of bad posture, physical examination. (2L)
8.Basic postulates of diagnostics and overview of rehabilitation procedures for pes planus, biomechanics of the foot, methods of foot assessment. (2L)
9.Basic postulates of diagnostics and overview of rehabilitation procedures for foot deformities. (2L)
10.Mechanisms of injury and basics of rehabilitation procedures for ankle joint injuries. (2L)
11.Basic postulates of diagnostics and overview of rehabilitation procedures for deformities in the knee area; genua valga, genua vara, genua recurvata. (2L)
12.Mechanisms of injury and basics of rehabilitation procedures for knee injuries. (2L)
13.Basic postulates of diagnostics and overview of rehabilitation procedures for congenital hip dislocation. (2L)
14.Overview of theoretical postulates of deformities of the spine and bad posture. (2L)
15.Basic postulates of diagnostics and overview of rehabilitation procedures for scoliosis and scoliotic posture. (2L)
16.Basic postulates of diagnostics and overview of rehabilitation procedures for kyphosis, kyphotic posture, lordosis, and lordotic posture. (2L)
17.Basic postulates of diagnostics and overview of rehabilitation procedures for deformities of the thorax: pectus carrinatum, pectus planum, pectus excavatum. (2L)
18.Basic postulates of diagnostics and overview of rehabilitation procedures for torticollis deformity. (2L)
19.Basic postulates of diagnostics and overview of rehabilitation procedures for lumbar pain syndrome. (2L)
20.Basic postulates of diagnostics and overview of rehabilitation procedures for cervicobrachial pain syndrome. (2L)
21.Mechanisms of injury and basics of rehabilitation procedures for shoulder joint injuries. (2L)
22.Overview of theoretical premises for inclusion and integration (2L)
Exercises (2 exercise hours for each teaching topic)
1.Diagnostics of bad posture, physical examination.
2.Planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatment of deformities of the foot: pes planus.
3.Planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatment of deformities in the knee area: genua valga, genua vara, genua recurvata.
4.Planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatment of ankle joint injuries.
5.Planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatment of knee injuries.
6.Planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatment of congenital hip dislocation.
7.Planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatment of bad posture and deformities of the spine: scoliosis and scoliotic posture.
8.Planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatment of bad posture and deformities of the spine: lordosis and lordotic posture.
9.Planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatment of bad posture and deformities of the spine: kyphosis and kyphotic posture.
10.Planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatment of deformities of the thorax: pectus excavatum.
11.Planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatment of deformities of the thorax: pectus carrinatum, pectus planum.
12.Planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatment of torticollis deformity.
13.Planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatment of lumbar pain syndrome.
14.Planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatment of cervicobrachial pain syndrome.
15.Planning and programming of the kinesitherapeutic treatment of shoulder joint injuries.
Literature:
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  2. 2.Kosinac, Z. (2002). Kineziterapija sustava za kretanje. (Udžbenik). Split: Sveučilište u Splitu.
  3. 1.Cvjetičanin, M. (1993). Priručnik o stopalu. I. Izdanje. Samobor:TIP A. G. Matoš d.d.
  4. 2.Ciliga, D., Trošt Bobić, T., Petrinović Zekan, L. (2011). Dijagnostika u kineziterapiji. u: Findak,V. (ur.) Zbornik radova 20. ljetne škole kineziologa Republike Hrvatske Dijagnostika u područjima edukacije, sporta, sportske rekreacije i kineziterapije , Poreč, 2011., Zagreb: Hrvatski kineziološki savez.
  5. 3.Petrinović Zekan, L., Ciliga, D., Trošt Bobić, T. (2010). Individualizacija rada u području kineziterapije. u: Neljak, B. (ur.) Zbornik radova 19. ljetne škole kineziologa Republike Hrvatske Individualizacija rada u područjima edukacije, sporta, sportske rekreacije i kineziterapije, Poreč, 2010., Zagreb: Hrvatski kineziološki savez, 55-60.
  6. 4.Ciliga, D., Trošt Bobić, T., Petrinović Zekan, L. (2009). Metodički organizacijski oblici rada u kineziterapiji. u: Neljak, B. (ur.) Zbornik radova 18. ljetne škole kineziologa Republike Hrvatske Metodički organizacijski oblici rada u područjima edukacije, sporta, sportske rekreacije i kineziterapije, Poreč, 2009., Zagreb: Hrvatski kineziološki savez, 29-37.
  7. 5.Ciliga, D., Petrinović Zekan, L. (2008). Stanje i perspektiva razvoja u području kineziterapije. u: Zbornik radova međunarodne znanstveno-stručne konferencije 17. ljetne škole kineziologa Republike Hrvatske, Zagreb: Hrvatski kineziološki savez, 66-71.
6. semester
Mandatory course - Mandatory studij - Kinesiology
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