1st Professional (Therapeutic Exercise-I) B.Sc in physiotherapy Examination of September 2014


1st Professional B.Sc in physiotherapy Examination of September 2014

Subject: Therapeutic Exercise-I (New Curriculum)

Full marks: 100 Time: 3hours

Use separate answer script for each group

Answer any five questions from each group

All questions carry equal marks


Q: No: 01: Write down 5 principles of therapeutic exercise. Why application of therapeutic exercise is contraindication in acute inflammation?

Q: No: 02: Sate 3 benefits for side lying posture. Name the positions derived from sitting. Mention active ovements of hip and knee.

Q: No: 03: Define Active Rang of Motion (AROM). Write down 3 benefits of AROM exercise. List the causes of limitation of active movement.

Q: No: 04: List 4 accessory movement of Glenohumeral joint. Which muscles are responsible for the flexion of elbow joint? What types of therapeutic exercise could improve muscle power of elbow flexor?

Q: No: 05: Explain the effect of inactivity. How therapeutic exercise work to minimize the effect of inactivity?

Q: No: 06: Write short notes on: a) Neuromuscular in-coordination b) OXFORD muscle scale grade


Q: No: 07: Define Suspension therapy. How suspension therapy works to improve muscle power? Write down the benefits of suspension therapy.

Q: No: 08: Explain the role of therapeutic massage to reduce musculoskeletal pain.

Q: No: 09: Explain any 5 neonatal reflexes.

Q: No: 10: What are th edifferences between concentric and eccentric muscle work.Explain contrast method of relaxation.

Q: No: 11: List 5 equipments to set up a therapeutic gymnasium. How therapeutic gymnasium is different from simply from simple gymnasium? What are the steps of motor control?

Q: No: 12: Write shorts notes on: a) Motor Skills b) Disability and therapeutic exercise

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