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Space & Equipment

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Space & Equipment

 

SPACE

Characteristic

Course

Orthopedic and Pediatric Physical Therapy Classroom (I301)

 

The laboratory covers an area of 40.84 pings, mainly for the teaching of orthopedic physiotherapy and pediatric physical therapy related courses. The classroom is equipped with two single-shot projectors and projection screens, a global ceiling camera, a physical projector, audio-visual equipment, etc., to facilitate the teaching of the regular and internship courses and student practice. The course is organized by the unit, and the professional teachers or clinical experts who are specialized in teaching are hired. The courses to be implemented and coordinated teaching are arranged to ensure the students' quality and rights. The department's teachers have at least 5 years of clinical practice experience, which helps the curriculum and clinical integration.

Orthopedic physiotherapy, orthopedic physiotherapy, pediatric physiotherapy, pediatric physiotherapy, cardiopulmonary therapy, orthopedics and clinical sports medicine

Fundamental Physical Therapy Classroom (I201)

 

Covering an area of 40.84 pings, the main equipment includes electric orthodontic beds, Pabbs treatment beds, and Tyroby Redcord suspension systems. Provide basic physical therapy, operation therapy, anatomy, surface anatomy, chiropractic medicine and other physical therapy professional lab courses that require hands-on operation.

Anatomy, surface anatomy, operational therapy, spinal physiotherapy operation, core sedative exercise guidance, physical therapy exercise physiology

Physical Therapy Clinical Training and Developmental Center (I103)

 

Covers an area of 40.84 ping. The equipment covers the teaching and practice equipment required for the treatment of various physical factors (sound, light, water, heat, power, electricity, magnetic therapy) that are often used in clinical practice. In the 93 academic year, a total of 3.56 million yuan has been purchased for a number of electric and thermal instruments, so that students can practice internships for every three to five people. In addition, set up a dedicated instrument storage room (10.21 pings) for management and maintenance.

Physical Factor Therapeutics, Basic Physical Therapy, Introduction to Rehabilitation Medicine, Sports Medicine

Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Classroom (I102)

 

Covers an area of 20.21 ping. The main equipment includes exercise cardiopulmonary function meter, wireless electrocardiogram, sphygmomanometer and pulse plethysmograph to provide cardiopulmonary physical therapy and exercise physiology research, and provide cardiopulmonary physical therapy internship course.

Cardiopulmonary physical therapy, clinical sports medicine, exercise physiology and nutrition, personal fitness, exercise prescription

Neurological Physical Therapy Classroom (IB103)

 

Covers an area of 52.79 ping. The equipment includes a sports therapy bed, a treatment mirror, a motion ladder, a tilting bed, a parallel rod and a ball pool. Mainly to provide students with internships in physical therapy experiments on neurological related diseases, currently using neurophysical therapy, pediatric physical therapy, advanced pediatric and neurophysical therapy, motion control and learning. Through the space setting and equipment of this internship, students can conduct evaluation and treatment exercises for various neurophysical treatment related courses, such as: indexing, ball exercise therapy, walking training, etc.

Neurophysical therapy, pediatric physical therapy, advanced pediatrics and neurophysical therapy, motion control and learning, functional re-education

Assistive Technology Classroom (IB105)

 

Covers an area of 20.42 ping. The main equipments of the science and technology aids studio include prosthetic limb models, various auxiliary equipment (position, movement, living aids, etc.), and equipment for making foot accessories (oven, vacuum forming machine, grinder, dust collecting equipment, etc. Students can actually produce assistive devices and apply the functional level and effectiveness evaluation of the aids to enhance their ability to evaluate clinical cases and assist prescriptions.

Technical aids and internships, functional re-education, foot aid production and internships

Physical Therapy Classroom(II) (B306)

 

Covers an area of 36.44 ping. The main equipment includes wooden treatment beds, single-gun projectors, and high-speed dome cameras to provide long-term care, clinical sports medicine, neuroscience, and physical therapy for the elderly.

Long-term care, clinical sports medicine, medical insurance system, medical and bioethics, physiology (including experiments), introduction to rehabilitation medicine, physical therapy for the elderly, introduction to neuroscience, public health

Behavior Neuroscience Lab. (I104)

 

The laboratory was established in the 92nd year and is equipped with animal behavior monitoring equipment, distilled water manufacturing equipment, ventilated kitchen, tissue sectioning and dyeing equipment, and high power microscope. In addition, there are high-speed centrifuges, flow cytometers, and free radical analyzers in the valuable instrument center for basic research. The subject of this lab focuses on exploring the causes and mechanisms of pain in animal models, with a view to establishing new methods of pain management, particularly in the study of myofascial pain; and applying physical factors to animal studies to understand physical factor therapy. The cell biology and physiology are transferred and further applied to the clinic.

Physiology, case studies, physical factor therapy and experimentation

Movement Science Lab. (N30501)

 

Founded in the 93rd year, the lab is equipped with six 200 Hz infrared high-speed cameras (Hawk) and two force plates (AMTI) combined with kinematics and dynamics measurement techniques for biomechanical and applied research. His main research areas are gait analysis, the effectiveness of exercise training after stem cell therapy, the development of measurement techniques for spinal activity, the effectiveness of treadmill training for children with physical and mental disabilities, and posture stability control. In the 96th year, the department added 240 channels of wireless EMG and biomedical signal integration equipment to be combined with this system, which will greatly benefit the future development of teachers and students.

Biomechanics, kinesiology, human motion analysis, advanced orthopedic physiotherapy, assistive device evaluation, special research

Electromyography Research Lab. (IB102)

The lab was established in the 96th year and is equipped with 2 sets of wireless EMG (24 channels total) and wireless biomedical signal integration system (16 external analog and digital signals can be connected), and equipped with wireless synchronization device, which can be integrated into the human body. Research on myoelectric signals and various physiological parameters. This lab focuses on understanding abnormal gait, posture stability control, and myoelectric performance and improvement after treadmill training for children with physical and mental disabilities to understand the possible causes of abnormal control and provide a reference for treatment. The system can be integrated with the motion science laboratory instruments to facilitate research related to motion science.

Kinesiology, biomechanics, human motion analysis, physical factor therapy and experiment, aid evaluation, special research

Applied Physical Therapy Research Lab. (IB101)

The laboratory was established in the 97th year and includes electric scooters, electric wheelchairs and dynamometers. This lab currently focuses on topics such as the use of mobility aids and training effectiveness. Balance function of patients with scoliosis and stable posture control of healthy elderly people. The future development is intended to be directed towards the silver-haired ethnic group, and to explore issues related to posture control, fall, and balance training to promote the quality of life of the silver-haired community.

Biomechanics, human motion analysis, advanced neurophysical therapy, assistive device evaluation, special research

 

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