Department of Community Physiotherapy caters to the needs of the society by providing physiotherapy and rehabilitation services to the local and adopted communities
The department is well equipped with transport facilities and community development resources like Patient educational pamphlets and pamphlet designing softwares.
|1||O’Sullivan, Susan B &Schmitz, Thomas J||Physical Rehabilitation: Assessment & Treatment|
|2||Krusen, Frank||Handbook of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation|
|3||Janardhan, K||Topics on Prosthetics & Orthotics|
|6||Ralph M Bosch||Physical Medicine Rehabilitation|
|7||Joel A Delisa||Rehabilitation Medicine|
|9||Sunder||Textbook of Rehabilitation|
|10||Martin G Issac||Practical Guide to Trauma Management|
|11||Lewis, Carole||Aging Health Care Challenge|
|12||Sunder, S||Lecture Notes on Rehabilitation Medicine|
|13||Charles, Schuch P||Management in Rehabilitation|
|14||Park, K||Park’s Textbook of Preventive & Social Medicine|
|15||Ramachandran, L||Health Education: A New Approach|
Students are trained in
Technical Skills are imparted to the students in the following areas
|1.||Modification of assistive devices for differently abled patients.|
|4.||Donning & doffing Orthosis.|
These training are provided through various field visits directly with the college and Through Mobility India which is a premier NGO in Bangalore.
Current Research Activities:
Achievements and Placements:
Around 183 undergraduate and 5 Post graduates have been trained in the field and have successfully completed the program.
Students trained at The Oxford are working as Physiotherapist with various NGO’s like Mobility India.