M.P.T(Neuro): M.P.T (Neurology) or Master of Physiotherapy in Neurology is a postgraduate Physiotherapy course. Neurological physiotherapy is the treatment of patients who have neurological disorders. Neurological disorders are those affecting the brain, spinal cord, and nerves; such as stroke, MS, and Parkinson’s disease. Due to the unique nature of neurological injuries, neurotically patients require special care during their rehabilitation.This program provides a unique opportunity for physiotherapists who wish to develop and extend their knowledge base and professional expertise in the field of neurological rehabilitation. The course is beneficial in many fields after its passing.
Intake Capacity: 30
Duration: 2 years
Eligibility Criteria: The eligibility criteria of MPT (Neuro) is that students have to complete undergraduate course (BPT) from a recognized institute.
Future Prospect of the Course: Candidates can join jobs in government and private dental institutions, attachment with hospitals, polyclinics, multi-specialty clinics, Private practice, defence services, and healthcare panels of different companies. The course helps to relieve your muscle and joint pain, improve your muscle strength, quality of movement and activities of daily living. It is also beneficial for further research studies such as Ph.D. etc. It is helpful in suffering from paralysis, spondylosis, arthritis, back pain and other similar ailments then you should consult Physiotherapist. The course is beneficial to provide relief of the pain or stiffness of orthopaedics or muscular-skeletal complaints, and help if you have acute or chronic joint pain, have joint stiffness or poor mobility, have arthritis, require a joint replacement, have acute or chronic back or neck pain and helps to assists the medical service in dealing with different aspects of treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of disorders utilizing exercise and electrotherapy procedures.After completion of course, students can take up the teaching profession after the completion of their masters and join as lecturers in colleges and universities. The students who are interested in research then can join the Ph. D. courses and continue to research.