New Heliopolis City, North of the 9th District, 46th Km Cairo-Suez Desert Rd, Cairo – Egypt
The School of Physiotherapy
The duration of study at this School is six years and the final year is a rotating house officer training known by internship year lately applied in accordance with the Council of Ministers Resolution starting from the academic year 2014/2015.
The School of Physiotherapy awards a bachelor of sciences degree, master and doctorate degrees and is concerned to make collaboration of joint and/or dual program degrees with the top ranked universities worldwide, as well as with the international research institutes.
The School of Physiotherapy at CUC aims at preparing a graduate able to linking his knowledge with modern technologies in the scope of physiotherapy science and practice. The School main objective depends on how to deal with several facts related to the physiotherapy contribution in medical science issues based on physiotherapy research activities.
The areas of specialization at this School identify four important elements as follows:
The Departments of the School of Physiotherapy at CUC are mentioned as follows:
This Department is responsible for teaching the basics of medical sciences, such as anatomy, physiology, histology, pathology, biochemistry, in addition to the basics of pharmacology. It also teaches the basics of physiotherapy, such as therapeutic exercises, hydrotherapy and electrotherapy. Moreover, the Department comprises units of biomechanics, manual movement therapy, testing and standardization.
The Department is concerned about cardiovascular diseases, chest diseases, blood circulation diseases. The Department works on the rehabilitation of the old age persons and the diabetic patient. It comprises units for cardio and chest diseases, intensive care, internal medicine diseases, skin and membranes diseases.
The Department comprises units for orthopaedics, splints and artificial limbs.
The Department is concerned about treating neurological disorders and diseases, like paraplegia, working on the rehabilitation of patients with psychological disorders. The Department comprises physiotherapy units for neurological diseases, brain/nerve/spinal cord surgeries.
The Department works on diseases that attack the bones and the muscles, like arthritis, back pains and cartilage sliding. It also works on the rehabilitation of patients after fractures and surgeries.
The Majors presented at the School of Physiotherapy are mentioned as follows:
The Applied Laboratories at the School of Physiotherapy are mentioned as follows: