BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
Editha C. Dizon, MD
To maintain excellence in the Physical Therapy Education, the FEU-NRMF School of Physical Therapy has highly qualified instructors with years of experience both in clinical practice and classroom teaching. They provide the fundamental preparations for the professional career of future graduates of FEU-NRMF School of Physical Therapy through provision of programmes of academic study and practice-based learning which lay the foundation for career-long professional development and lifelong learning, to support best professional practices and the maintenance of physical therapy professional standards.
Excerpts taken from World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) position statement, Section 4: Curriculum 4.3Full Time
Editha C. Dizon, M.D.
Leonilo F. Pallasigui, PTRP, MRS
Patrick M. Bonnevie, PTRP
Christopher James V. Dimla, PTRP
Arlene G. Ladislao, PTRP
Richard V. Madariaga, PTRP
John Christopher S. Serrano, PTRP
Kristin Mae U. Decena, PTRP, RPT
Romina Ethley DM. Figueroa
Ptrp Yuta A. Harada, PTRP
Kermaigne T. Miranda, PTRP
Hermina C. Soliven
Anna Rita B. Guanlao
Benjamin P. Malabrigo
Physical therapist entry-level educational programmes integrate theory, evidence and practice along a continuum of learning. This begins with admission to an accredited physical therapy programme. The FEU-NRMF School of Physical Therapy curriculum is designed to prepare future physical therapists to practice in a variety of health care settings including, but not limited to, institutional, industrial, occupational, and primary health care seeting that encompass urban and rural communities. Consideration is also be given by the school in preparing future physical therapists to work in environments that reflect the delivery models that operate in different countries. As an FEU-NRMF SPT student, you become equipped with the essentials of the profession which includes preparatory courses covering Basic and Foundational Sciences (Anatomy, Histology, Physiology, Pathology, Imaging, Pharmacology), Behavioural and Social Sciences (Psychology, Ethics, Sociology), Movement Sciences (Kinesiology, Biomechanics, Exercise Science), Research Methodology and Communication and Decision-making Skills to work in collaboration with their patients/clients, carers, other professionals, and colleagues. Aside from this, FEU-NRMF School of Physical Therapy mandates life-long learning, commitment to professional development, multiprofessional and interprofessional learning experiences and evidence based practice as paramount components of the school’s professional education in order to meet the ever changing needs of the community we serve.
*Adapted from the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) position statement, Section 3: The Nature of Physical Therapy Education
FEATURES OF THE CLINICAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
The clinical internship program utilizes the facilities of the different rehabilitation centers designated as affiliation centers by the Office of the Director and which cater to different conditions such as those involving pediatrics, geriatrics, cardiopulmonary, neurological, orthopedic, rheumatic, but which are not limited only to the former.
The SPT Clinical Internship Coordinator/s will ascertain the monthly schedule of rotation and the corresponding number of weeks in the various affiliation centers designated by the Office of the Director.
The clinical internship program utilizes FEU-NRMF Community Based Rehab to expose interns on Rural Medicine.
The FEU-NRMF School of Physical Therapy has consistently maintained excellence in Physical Therapy Education. This is evidenced by garnering an above national passing rate on the yearly conducted licensure exam for Physical Therapy. The SPTalso boasts a long list of Board Certified Topnotchers and Achievers in their respective fields of practice and expertise. Among the school’s achievements are as follows:
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