Physical therapy is a medical care profession primarily concerned with the remediation of impairments and disabilities and the promotion of mobility, functional ability, and movement potental through examination, evaluation, diagnosis and physical intervention.
The therapeutic exercises, hydrotherapy and Electrotherapy (infrared and ultraviolet, laser, short-wave and precise, electric alarm ultrasound etc.) are considered the basic foundations of physical therapy.
The Department of Physical Therapy aims at growing faculty to excellence in education, research, and service.
The department is committed to:
- Preparing students to become practitioners of evidence-based physical therapy
- Advancing the science of physical therapy and rehabilitation through innovative interdisciplinary research, and professional and community service
- Diagnose cases of physical therapy.
- Reduce the complications associated with burn patients and help them to exercise well in their life
- Rehabilitation of patient health and motor for pre-injury as much as possible.
- Preparing programs to educate the community of the importance of physical therapy.