2nd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination November 2010

UNIVERSITY OF DHAKA

2nd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination November 2010

Subject: Therapeutic exercise-II (New Curriculum)

Full marks: 100 Time: 3hours

Use separate answer script for each group

Answer any three parts from each question

All questions carry equal marks

Group-A

Q: No: 01: a) Define mobilization. Write down the Mitland Grade of mobilization with diagram.

b) Discuss muscle insufficiency and techniques of muscle strengthening. Write causes of muscle insufficiency. Describe active and passive muscle insufficiency.

c) Discuss about the components of gait. Write the methods of gait analysis.

d) Write short notes on: i) Bobath concept of treatment ii) Precautions of breathing exercise

Q: No: 02: a) Discuss in details about the etiogenesis of gait deviations and methods of gait training.

b) What do you mean by PNF? Write details the basic principles of PNF.

c) Define spinal traction. Discuss indications, principles and techniques of application of cervical spinal traction.

d) Write short notes on: i) Mulligan concept of treatment ii) Group therapy

Group-B

Q: No: 03: a) Define normal breathing exercise. Discuss the mechanism of normal breathing. Write techniques of breathing exercise.

b) What is Yoga? Briefly write the effects & precautions of ‘Yoga’ with the body mind relationship.

c) Write the details the precautions of icing and brushing during applying. “The Rood techniques.”

d) Write short notes on: i) Neuromuscular in co-ordination ii) Mechanism of normal posture.

Q: No: 04: a) what do you mean by mobilization & manipulation techniques? Discuss effects of mobilization & manipulation techniques.

b) Define static and dynamic balance. Discuss assessment & management including therapeutic exercise to improving static and dynamic balance.

c) Discuss about swing through, swing to, two point, three point & four point crutch gait.

d) Write short notes on: i) End feel ii) DTF

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