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The academic calendar shows the deadlines and scheduled events that are relevant to students, teaching and technical-administrative staff of the University. Public holidays and University closures are also indicated. The academic year normally begins on 1 October each year and ends on 30 September of the following year.

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Course calendar

The Academic Calendar sets out the degree programme lecture and exam timetables, as well as the relevant university closure dates..

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Buffelli Mario Rosario +39 0458027268

Dal Prà Ilaria Pierpaola +39 045 802 7161

Feletti Alberto 0458122695

Fiorio Mirta +39 0458425133

Fratta Pasini Anna Maria +39 045 8124749

Fumagalli Guido Francesco 045 802 7605 (dipartimento)

Gotte Giovanni 0458027694

Locatelli Francesca 045 8027655

Mantovani William

Pedrolli Carlo 0461903519

Pertile Riccardo 0461 904694

Savazzi Silvia +39 0458027691

Sbarbati Andrea +39 045 802 7266

Scapini Patrizia 0458027556

Signoretto Caterina 045 802 7195

Sità Chiara 0039.045.8028572

Tamburin Stefano +39 0458124285 (segreteria)

Tassinari Giancarlo +39 0458027153

Trabetti Elisabetta 045/8027209

Zanoni Roberta

Study Plan

The Study Plan includes all modules, teaching and learning activities that each student will need to undertake during their time at the University. Please select your Study Plan based on your enrolment year.

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FISIO ROV 2A1S dal Oct 7, 2019 al Dec 20, 2019.

To show the organization of the course that includes this module, follow this link:  Course organization

Learning outcomes

The aim of the course is to provide students with the opportunity to understand, in a reasoned way, the rehabilitation settings concerning the pathologies that are most frequently approached in daily clinical practice. As the rehabilitative treatment appears to be the therapeutic gold standard in specific clinical contexts such as eg. low back pain and neck pain, hip / knee replacement, etc. , it is essential to know the biomechanical characteristics of the specific segment, the pathophysiology underlying the disease for which the patient is sent for treatment, the different clicnic phenotypes that are approaching, as well as the correct treatment decision diagram, in order to allocate the patient in the right rehabilitation setting both in the light of the most recent guidelines and referring to the diagnostic therapeutic care pathways proposed by the current literature


Cervical pain : definition, epidemiology, anatomical and biomechanical reference to the cervical spine to understand the clinical phenotypes to which rehabilitation treatment should be addressed, reference to the SIMFER guidelines for evaluation and conservative treatment of the patient affected by cervical pain

Low back pain: definition, epidemiology, anatomical and biomechanical aspects of the lumbar spine to understand the clinical phenotypes that rehabilitation treatment should be addressed, mention of the SIMFER guidelines for evaluation and conservative treatment of the patient with low back pain. Evaluation scales for the stratification of patients affected by LBP with the aim to choose the correct rehabilitation treatment setting

Painful shoulder: Classification of the main shoulder pathologies, epidemiological aspects of the desease (considering the main subgroups of pathologies that require rehabilitation treatment), anatomical and biomechanical aspects , rehabilitation approach to the main pathologies that received indication for conservative treatment

Hip / knee prosthesis: based on the Fast Track approach actually used by the APSS operators

Patient affected by lower limb amputation: definition, epidemiology, anatomical classification of amputations and implications on outcome, considerations and patient evaluation for rehabilitation, stump treatment, prosthesis selection.

Examination Methods

written exam with multiple choice questions

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