PHYSICAL THERAPY AND REHABILITATION

Undergraduate

1. ACADEMIC SEMESTER

Course Code and Name ING101 ENGLISH I
Local Credits / Ects (2-2-3-3)
Course Description The purpose of this course, in both academic and daily context, is to teach freshmen the main grammatical structures and their functions and to help them improve their reading, listening and writing skills up to intermediate level.
Course Code and Name AITT101 ATATURK’S PRINCIPLES AND THE HISTORY OF REFORMS I 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Concepts, definitions, course methods and definition of resources, Industrial Revolution and the French Revolution, the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire (XIX. Century), Tanzimat and Islahat Edict, I. and II. Constitutional Monarchy, Tripoli and Balkan Wars, World War I, Mondros Armistice, Wilson Principles, Paris Conference.
Course Code and Name TUR101 TURKISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE I 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Basic features of written language and written communication, the basic differences between written language and spoken language. Expression: written and oral expression; subjective expression, objective expression; paragraph; paragraph types (introduction development-result paragraphs). Definition of text and text types (informative texts, literary texts); conditions of being text (cohesion, consistency, aim, acceptability, contingency, information, relations between texts). Written expression (written composition: free writing, planned writing); planned writing stages (subject, limitation of the subject, purpose, point of view, determination of main and sub ideas, writing plan preparation, paper order); theoretical information on informative texts (petition, letter, news, decision, announcement / advertisement, minutes, report, official writings, scientific articles); studies on samples and writing practices; extracting a summary and plan of a text; correction of language and expression mistakes in written applications.
Course Code and Name FTR105 ETHİCAL PRİNCİPLES AND TERMİNOLOGY İN REHABİLİTATİON 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-3)
Course Description The concepts of physiotherapy and rehabilitation, physiotherapist, duties of responsibilities of a physiotherapist, teamwork in physiotherapy and rehabilitation, the concept of ethics, ethics in health sciences, elements of ethics in healthcare staff-patient relationship, designing the rehabilitations programs based on patient and physiotherapist by considering ethical aspects. Medical terms for musculoskeletal system, medical terms for respiratory system, medical terms for medical terms for neurology, and medical terms for gastrointestinal system, medical terms for physical therapy and rehabilitation.
Course Code and Name FTR101 ANATOMY I 
Local Credits / Ects (3-3-5-6)
Course Description After defining the concept of anatomy and giving information about the related terminology, we will define the motion by using plane and axis as base. Then we will introduce the key features of bone and muscle tissues, ossification and joints. Then we will introduce the morphology of muscular-skeletal system in detail, will approach motion for each joint separately, and will make an introduction to the inversion and bleeding of upper and lower extremity.
Course Code and Name FTR111 PHYSIOLOGY I 
Local Credits / Ects (3-1-4-4)
Course Description his course is based on the basic concepts and mechanisms of cell physiology. Theoretical background in cell physiology, water distribution in the fluid compartments in the body, the components of the fluid compartments, electroneutrality, the distribution of the intracellular and extracellular fluids in body fluids, cell membrane transport, ion channels, the concept of equilibrium potential, the formation mechanism of pacemaker and action potentials; concepts and key mechanisms regarding the central and peripheral nervous and muscular physiology; key issues and theoretical background in nervous and muscular physiology; the structure of smooth muscle and skeletal muscle, molecular mechanism of contraction in smooth, skeletal and cardiac muscles; the structure of peripheral nervous; the basic concepts regarding blood physiology, elements of blood, blood types, preventing hemorrhage.
Course Code and Name FTR103 PHYSICS I
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Measurement in physics, vector, motion in one dimension, motion along a straight line, work and kinetic energy, energy conservation, Newton’s law of motion, torque and simple machines, static equilibrium, rotational motion.
Course Code and Name FTR121 BIOCHEMISTRY  
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-3)
Course Description Examination of chemical events in living organisms with biochemical concepts. Structure and functions of cell organelles, cell membranes and transport phenomena, chemical properties, digestion, metabolism and absorption of basic building blocks of the body (proteins, carbohydrates, lipids). Electron transport chain. Definition and functions of vitamins.
Course Code and Name FTR135 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Health worker-patient relationship is a partnership of experts. Health worker, who has the knowledge, skills and experience, and the applicant has more knowledge and experience about his own life, desire and emotion than anyone else and each of them has importance for each other and not for each other and therefore develop two-way communication.
Course Code and Name FTR 139  CREATIVE DRAMA 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Basic concepts of drama, types of drama, differences from theater, history of drama, creation and application stages, classification of drama by age, drama components, the qualities of drama, methods and techniques in drama.
Course Code and Name FTR 137 ENTREPRENEURSHİP AND INNOVATİON İN PHYSİOTHERAPY 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description What is physiotherapy within the scope of the course, what are the physiotherapist’s professional rights and responsibilities are the contents of the general curriculum program, what will be covered in comparison with other countries. The students will be visited by the physiotherapists and other health personnel who will visit the areas where the physiotherapists work most frequently.

2. ACADEMIC SEMESTER

Course Code and Name FTR134 FIRST AID (2-0-2-2
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description First aid and sanitary transportation in situations like patient care principles, the evaluation of the injured one, basic life support for adult and infant, bleeding, wounding, shock and airway blocking.To be able to make the first necessary intervention until the emergency service arrives in a situation that requires first aid while dealing with the patient.
Course Code and Name FTR132 HEALTH LEGISLATION 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Concepts for health and law, interactions and relations to each other, concepts for health legislation, the place and importance of health legislation in public and private law, analysis and legal characteristics of health topics laid down by the private laws, the responsibilities of health institutions and organizations, judiciary and punitive responsibilities of health professional, their rights and tasks, judiciary and punitive responsibilities laid down by our private laws, their authority and responsibilities, their legal characteristics, family planning, blood transfusion, transplantation and their judicial analyses, euthanasia, legal qualification of euthanasia, the evaluation of general rules and principles accepted through international agreements in respect of health legislation.
Course Code and Name FTR126 BASIC HISTOLOGY 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Introduction to histology, definition of histology, stages arrangement of histological preparation, fixation, dehydration, transparency, blocking, sectioning, staining, microscopy types commonly used in histology and microscope methods, special methods used in histology, cell, cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, cytoplasmic inclusions, cytoskeleton, cell split, cell movement, cell death, epithelial tissue, shape and properties of epithelial cells, cell surface specializations, types of epithelium, general biology of epithelial tissue, renewal of epithelial tissue, connective tissue, basic substance, fibers, cells, types of connective tissue, histophysiology of connective tissue, adipose tissue, white (unilocular) adipose tissue, brown (multilocular) adipose tissue, cartilage tissue, general characteristics of cartilage tissue, hyaline cartilage, elastic cartilage, fibrous cartilage, histophysiology of cartilage tissue, bone tissue, macroscopic structure of bone, bone microscopic structure, histology of bone tissue, growth and remodeling of bone tissue, histophysiology of bone tissue, muscle tissue, general characteristics of muscle tissue, skeletal muscle, heart muscle, smooth muscle, regeneration of muscle tissue, nerve tissue, neuron, nerve fibers, neuroglia, peripheral nerves , autonomic nervous system, histophysiology of nerve tissue, degeneration and regeneration of nerve tissue.
Course Code and Name FTR106 MICROBIOLOGY 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Introduction to general microbiology and bacteriology, virology mycology, parasitology, introduction to immunology and immunity, upper respiratory tract infections are discussed.
Course Code and Name FTR112 PHYSIOLOGY II 
Local Credits / Ects (3-1-4-4)
Course Description Basic concepts and important physiological mechanisms related to physiology of circulatory and respiratory systems are told. After a general introduction, some hypothetical and basic topics of circulatory and respiratory physiology are mentioned. Then, some basic topics like hemodynamics, heart rate and blood pressure regulation, respiratory tracts, the mechanism of respiration, gas solubility and factors that affect gas exchange and neurochemical control of respiratory re told to the students. Basic concepts and important physiological mechanisms related to digestive system are told. After a general introduction, some hypothetical and basic topics of physiology of digestive system are mentioned. Then some basic topics like functional anatomy of digestive system, fundamental principles of digestive functions (motility, neurotic control and circulation), functions of digestive tract, physiology of digestive process, transportation and mixture of nutrition to the digestive system, digestion and absorption in digestive tract are told to the students. Basic concepts and important physiological mechanisms related to physiology of urogenital system are told to the students. After a general introduction, some basic topics like functions of kidneys, production of urine and urination are told to students. Basic concepts and important physiological mechanisms related to physiology of endocrine system are told. . After a general introduction, some hypothetical and basic topics physiology of endocrine system is mentioned. Then some basic topics like syntheses and regulation of hormones, hormone receptors, general effects and control mechanisms of hormones are told to students.
Course Code and Name FTR110 ANATOMY II 
Local Credits / Ects (3-3-5-6)
Course Description Respiratory system, circulatory system, digestive system, urinary system, genital system, endocrine system, central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, autonomic nervous system, basic morphological properties related to sense organs system are identified. In addition, muscle structure of anterior abdominal wall, related to pelvis site and muscle and bone structure and function of perineum the differences between woman and man’s pelvis are examined.  Morphologic structure of central nervous system is dealt in macroscopic and microscopic level and its becoming bloodshot and venous circulatory and the structure of meninges are examined. As part of the course, later on, transduction pathways which is included in the various parts of the central nervous system is identified in functional basis, the mentioned pathways, cores, sense and motor sites in cortex celebri and lesions related to cranial nerves are examined. In addition to these, morphological structure of special sense organs, pathways related to these and lesions are examined.
Course Code and Name FTR108 HEAT-LIGHT-LUQUID
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-3)
Course Description  Basic information for the use of heat agents (inflammation and healing mechanism), theories on the use of heat agents in pain, physiological effects of heat on physical properties, light sources, laws and use in physiotherapy , infrared, ultraviolet, laser, physiological effects, laser used in diseases and application methods, helio applications.
Course Code and Name TUR102 TURKISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE II 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description The main properties of spoken language and communication, the main properties of speaking skill (using natural language and body language), the basic principles of a good speech and being a good speaker (stress, intonation, pause, diction, etc.). Prepared and impromptu speaking, the stages of prepared speaking (topic selection and limitation; purpose, perspective, main and supporting ideas, outlining, writing the text, presentation). Types of speech (dual conversation, chatting, introducing oneself, answering the questions, congratulating an important event like New Year, birthday and Religious Festival, address description, phone call, asking for a job position, interview, radio and TV speech, participating in programs of culture and arts, etc.). Preparing impromptu speech in various topics, works and applications on speech samples, correcting spoken language and expression errors.
Course Code and Name ING102 ENGLISH II 
Local Credits / Ects (2-2-3-3)
Course Description The course’s objectives will enable students to acquire a completely general English in which natural, real-world grammar and vocabulary help students to succeed in social, professional and academic settings. CEF goals are the focus of communication activities where students learn and practice the language they need to have conversations in English. Mainly, the objectives of this course are to enable them to listen, read, speak and write in English. The other goal of this course is to teach students grammar in a communicative way with the help of the extra activities. Students will be able to use grammar in their daily life effectively. Students will be able to understand and use grammar, reading, listening, speaking, writing,  up to a pre-intermediate level by the end of the term.
Course Code and Name AIIT102 AITT101 ATATURK’S PRINCIPLES AND THE HISTORY OF REFORMS II 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description M.Kemal’s Coming to Samsun and the Situation in Anatolia, Amasya Circular, National Congresses, Opening of the Mebusan Assembly, Establishment of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey and Internal Riots, the Law of the Organization, Establishment of the Regular Army, I İnönü, II İnönü, Kütahya Eskişehir, Sakarya Battle and Great Attack, Treaties during the War of Independence, the Treaty of Lausanne, the abolition of the Sultanate.

3. ACADEMIC SEMESTER

Course Code and Name FTR239 BASIC PUBLIC HEALTH 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Definition of public health, factors affecting health, health education and communication, approach models for health promotion and applicability to the field of physiotherapy, the role of occupational health, environmental health, health management and physiotherapists, for the public education and awareness in the most common health problems in physiotherapy topics such as the necessary approaches, infection and first aid.
Course Code and Name FTR241 FUNCTIONAL NEUROANATOMY AND NEUROLOGY I 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-3)
Course Description To learn general and specific information about Nervous System and its parts. Peripheral nervous system, autonomic nervous system, brain membranes, hemispheres and cerebrospinal fluid circulation, Cerebral artery, vein and pathologies, functional areas of brain, cranial nerves and pathologies, ascending and descending tract, diencephalon and pathologies.
Course Code and Name FTR225 MANİPULATİVE TREATMENT METHODS I 
Local Credits / Ects (2-1-3-3)
Course Description The aim of this course is to provide the students with the basic theoretical and practical knowledge about soft tissue massage and connective tissue manipulation. Mechanical, physiological, psychological and reflex effects and practical applications of specific soft tissue massage techniques are included.
Course Code and Name FTR219 BIOMECHANICS 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Some common terms and concepts, biomechanical principles used for balance, movement and movement types, mechanical principles, normal features of bones, and functional adaptation of bones to normal/pathologic stresses, bone diseases, collagen tissue, the structure of muscle and cartilage, their mechanical features and pathokinetics, features of synovial joints, sliding movement, balance, orientation platforms and coordinates, shoulder, elbow, mechanics and pathomechanics of wrist is included.
Course Code and Name FTR217 INTERNAL DIEASES 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Internal diseases is a branch of medicine. It involves digestive system, hormonal system, heart, lungs, kidney, blood diseases, internal diagnosis and treatment of cancer, infectious diseases, rheumatical and allergic diseases, health and diseases of elderly patients
Course Code and Name FTR209 KINEZYOLOGY I 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-3)
Course Description This course contains;  definition of kinesiology, movement and types of movement, mechanical principles, properties of bone and functional adaptation of bone in normal and abnormal stresses, bone diseases, cartilage, muscle, proper mechanical structures and pathokinesiology of collagen tissues, classification of joints, synovial joints, joining of joints, the relationship of motion and planes, sliding and rolling movements, joint limitations and contractures, posture, balance, plane and directions of axes.
Course Code and Name FTR207 ORTHOPEDICS 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-3)
Course Description The main aim of the course is to teach the students about orthopedic surgery and orthopedic surgery techniques. Traumatic, degenerative, inherited, acquired and idiopathic diseases related to musculoskeletal system, treatment methods of these diseases, explaining appropriate surgical methods and presentation of case studies are given
Course Code and Name FTR205 ELECTROTHERAPHY I
Local Credits / Ects (2-2-3-3)
Course Description Introduction to electrotherapy and general information, acquiring and effects of currents, electrodiagnosis, galvanic, faradic, sinusoidal, galvanofaradic and medium-frequency current, low and medium frequency combinations, NMES, FES, TENS, magnetotheraphy and electromechanical applications are included to the course.
Course Code and Name FTR203 ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION IN PHYSICAL THERAPY AND REHABILITATION
Local Credits / Ects (2-2-3-3)
Course Description Description of the course, patient history and evaluation, basic principles of the movement, posture analysis (anterior, lateral and posterior posture analyses), flexibility and muscle shortness evaluation, anthropometric measurement (girth of extremty, length, diameter measurement, adipose tissue measurement), the evaluation of normal joint mobility with goniometer, muscular force and evaluation methods.
Course Code and Name FTR201 NORMAL MOTOR DEVELOPMENTS 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-3)
Course Description From the point of reflex and motor developmental stages, post-natal normal developmental process will be examined. Students are expected to have information about normal developmental stages along with the factors affecting the motion and function. It is aimed to inform students about normal movement development, developmental biomechanics, the development of spinal fusion, nervous system, reflexes, development of senses, pathological reflexes with the development of cardiovascular and pulmonary systems and psychomotor system, movement dysfunctions and motor developmental tests and their implementations.

4. ACADEMIC SEMESTER

Course Code and Name FTR244 BASIC MOVEMENT ANALYSIS 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Movement analysis and basic principles; neurophysiological and neuroanatomic bases of movement; movement analysis in physiotherapy and rehabilitation
Course Code and Name FTR242  ELECTROTHERAPY II 
Local Credits / Ects (2-2-3-3) 
Course Description Currents with low frequency and high frequency, discussion of physiological answers in electrotherapy, handling application methods and innovations in electrotherapy.

FTR234 NEUROSURGERY (2-0-2-2)

To define the structure and functions of nervous system, general knowledge of surgical diseases of the nervous system, knowledge and skill to do the correct guidance about the diseases sighted necessary.

Course Code and Name FTR236 INDUSTRIAL PHYSIOTHERAPY 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Industrial Physiotherapy includes a comprehensive examination of occupational rehabilitation. Occupational rehabilitation includes assessment and training in occupational rehabilitation, ergonomics, work analysis, and assessment of working capacity, prevention of injuries in the industry, workplace arrangements, home regulations for disabled people, review of environmental architectural barriers and regulations, and fieldwork.
Course Code and Name FTR232 MANİPULATİVE TREATMENT METHODS II 
Local Credits / Ects (2-1-3-3)
Course Description Functional anatomy, biomechanics and pathomechanics of joint and soft tissues, basic characteristics of manipulation, mobilization and transverse friction techniques, basic measurement, evaluation and manual treatment applications in joint and soft tissue pathologies, clinical decision making and case examples.
Course Code and Name FTR214 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY (2-0-2-3)
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-3)
Course Description In this course, physiological effects of exercise on cardiorespiratory, endocrine system, muscles, recovery and physical fitness, energy expenditure at rest and physical activity, identification of physical fitness, cardiorespiratory fitness, strength, strength and muscular endurance, flexibility, agility-related exercise programs and exercise issues such as creation, interpretation and application of the prescription.
Course Code and Name FTR216 FUNCTIONAL NEUROANATOMY AND NEUROLOGY II
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-3)
Course Description Introduction to neurology, neurological examination, cerebrovascular diseases, motor system diseases, demyelination and inflammatory diseases, spinal and peripheral nerve diseases, muscle diseases, dementia, memory and sleep disorders, epilepsy, head trauma and spinal trauma, central nervous system infections, congenital nervous system and developmental disorders, brain tumors and neuromuscular junction disease are included in the course content.
Course Code and Name FTR210 KINEZYOLOGY II 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-3)
Course Description This course contains; normal and pathological gait, mechanics and pathomechanics of all lower and upper extremity joints such as hip, knee, foot-ankle, shoulder-arm complex, elbow, hand-wris,  mechanics and pathomechanics of spine, pelvis, scoliosis.
Course Code and Name FTR208 RHEUMATOLOGY 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Classification of rheumatic diseases, definitions of rheumatic diseases, effects of rheumatic diseases on musculoskeletal system, physiotherapy in rheumatic diseases, evaluation methods and appropriate rehabilitation approaches will be analyzed.
Course Code and Name FTR204 EXERCISE AND TREATMENT PRINCIPLES
Local Credits / Ects (2-2-3-3)
Course Description  The student will learn how to plan the treatment program by selecting the exercise samples used in various disorders and the most appropriate ones for the patient. Planning of exercise program, passive-active-active assistive and resistant exercises, progressive resistant exercises, stretching exercises, posture and breathing exercises, scoliosis exercises, relaxation exercises, spinal stabilization, group exercises, balance – coordination.

5. ACADEMIC SEMESTER

Course Code and Name FTR331 GAIT PATHOLOGIES 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description This course contains, defines pathological gait, distinguishes pathological gait from normal gait and gain the skill of comparing normal and pathological gait, classification of gait pathologies, pathological mechanisms, gat pathologies in children, gait pathologies in adults.
Course Code and Name FTR 406 PREVENTIVE PHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATION 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description The aim of the course is to teach the basic concepts of health and the conditions affecting health, to define the roles of health workers in planning and directing health care services and to provide preventive physiotherapy services. The concept of health, methods and legislation related to health protection covers the services of the physiotherapy profession in the field of preventive health.
Course Code and Name FTR329 PATHOLOGY 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description General pathology; Definition of pathology and methods and techniques used in pathology, Cellular injury and adaptation mechanisms, Inflammation and wound healing, Immunopathology, Pathology of genetic diseases, Neoplasia Systemic pathology, Bone, joint and soft tissue pathologies, Peripheral nerve and skeletal muscle pathologies, Central nervous system diseases.
Course Code and Name FTR 349 BASİC PHYSİOTHERAPY APPLİCATİONS
Local Credits / Ects (0-6-3-3)
Course Description It is aimed that the students will see the practical applications of physiotherapy courses on the patients and actively participate in the treatment. Basic measurement and evaluation methods in physiotherapy, including electrotherapy applications
Course Code and Name FTR347 NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL  APPROACHES I 
Local Credits / Ects (2-1-3-3)
Course Description  The main aim of the course is to provide basic information about the role of PNF techniques in therapeutic exercises and their mechanisms of action. The student is expected to have the ability to apply PNF techniques for mediation or inhibition in different neuromuscular system disorders in clinical conditions. To teach the theoretical basis and practical applications of proprioceptive neuromuscular civilization (PNF) techniques.
Course Code and Name FTR342 RHEUMATOLOGIC  REHABILITATION 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-3)
Course Description Pathophysiology of rheumatic diseases, evaluation and therapeutic approaches, demulcent services in rehabilitation, hospital process management and coping theories, diagnosis of various rheumatic diseases.
Course Code and Name FTR309  CARDIOPULMONARY REHABILITATION I
Local Credits / Ects (2-1-3-3)
Course Description Pulmonary system-physiology, Pulmonary structure and function, Pulmonary ventilation and gas exchange, Acid-base balance, Respiratory control, Respiratory system biomechanics.Basic concepts of pulmonary physiology, Pulmonary system exercise acute responses, Pulmonary system and chronic responses of exercise, Body composition in respiratory diseases, changes in muscle physiology, Obstructive pulmonary diseases evaluation of physiological responses of exercise, assessment of physiological responses of restrictive lung diseases, evaluation of physiological responses of exercise in lung cancer, physiotherapy in respiratory diseases
Course Code and Name FTR307 NEUROLOGICAL REHABILITATION 
Local Credits / Ects (2-1-3-3)
Course Description The clinical features of neurological diseases, the mechanisms of the findings and symptoms of the human body, the assessment and evaluation methods used in neurological rehabilitation and to understand the use of neurophysiological based techniques used in the rehabilitation of these diseases according to case characteristics, to develop clinical decision making and problem solving skills in the field of neurological rehabilitation. Clinical features of common neurological diseases such as movement diseases, demyelinating diseases, neuromuscular diseases, clinical features of upper and lower motor neuron influences in terms of physiotherapy programs to be formed, disease-specific measurement-evaluation and neurophysiological based treatment applications.
Course Code and Name FTR305 PHYSIOTHERAPY IN SPORTS 
Local Credits / Ects (2-1-2-3)
Course Description Description of sport physiotherapy; children and sport; comprehension of the importance of women and sports subjects; training information; sports psychology; comprehension of the topic of nutrition and doping in sports; sport and exercise planning in chronical diseases; description of physical fitness and identification of test batteries that are used in different groups; measurement in sport and sport injuries; evaluation and physiotherapy and rehabilitation application.
Course Code and Name FTR345 ORTHOTICS AND REHABILITATION 
Local Credits / Ects (2-1-2-3)
Course Description This course contains; basic principles of orthoses and goals of application, definition and classification of orthoses, static and dynamic orthoses, pathomechanical conditions that should be used in orthoses, materials and technologies used in orthoses, pre and post orthoses evaluation, clinical decision making for appropriate orthosis, foot-ankle orthoses and rehabilitation, shoe modifications, orthoses and rehabilitation in hip pathologies, gait orthoses and rehabilitation, orthosis of knee and rehabilitation, orthosis of sports injuries and rehabilitation, spinal orthoses and rehabilitation, scoliosis orthoses and rehabilitation, static and dynamic hand and wrist orthoses and rehabilitation, orthoses that used inperipheral nerve injuries, tendon injuries and  rheumatoid arthritis, orthoses of elbow, shoulder, brachial plexus injuries, orthoses used in burns , contracture orthoses , postoperative orthoses, pediatric orthoses and rehabilitation, solutions for prevention and elimination of problems and complications related to use orthoses, technical and biomechanical control of the orthoses.
Course Code and Name FTR301 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 
Local Credits / Ects (2-1-2-2)
Course Description General performance identification and evaluation methods in work and occupational treatment, principles and training of transfer activities, daily life  activity analysis and training, hemiplegic evaluation and occupational therapy, sensory perception motor function testing and training, cognitive evaluation and rehabilitation, hand evaluation and rehabilitation, home review of occupational and occupational approaches to job training and home improvement.

6. ACADEMIC SEMESTER

Course Code and Name FTR330 SPECIFIC EXERCISES IN ORTHOPEDIC REHABILITATION 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description This course contains; an overview of exercise methods used in orthopedic rehabilitation; choosing the appropriate exercise for the patient and determining the criteria; general principles and application methods of in-pool exercises; exercise approaches that is increased muscle strength and endurance and progression methods; exercise approaches using the whole body such as functional exercises and core exercises, common exercise methods and practice principles used in rehabilitation of healthy individuals and some orthopedic problems.
Course Code and Name FTR322 BASIC PHYSICAL THERAPY APPLICATIONS II 
Local Credits / Ects (0-6-3-4)
Course Description Under the supervision of supervisor physiotherapists, neurological rehabilitation, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, prosthesis and biomechanics, orthosis and biomechanics, neuromuscular diseases, pediatric rehabilitation, occupational therapy, occupational and orthopedic rehabilitation, hand surgery, rheumatic diseases, physical medicine and rehabilitation, physiotherapy in sports, women’s health practical areas.
Course Code and Name FTR324 NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL  APPROACHES II 
Local Credits / Ects (2-1-3-3)
Course Description The main aim of the course is to give practical information about the application of Brunnstrom, Bobath and Johnstone methods. To teach the theoretical and practical basics of Brunnstrom, Bobath and Johnstone approaches used in hemiplegia rehabilitation and hemiplegia rehabilitation.
Course Code and Name FTR314 PEDIATRIC REHABILITATION
Local Credits / Ects (2-1-3-3)
Course Description It includes physiotheraphy and rehabilitation and the evaluation in the diseases which are seen in pediatric groups and cause defect and handicap. It defines the concept of pediatric rehabilitation. It knows the situations causing defect and handicap and functional disabilities in pediatric groups. It uses physiotheraphy evaluations for the children with lower motor neuron lesion.It applies physiotheraphy rehabilitation programme for the children with lower motor neuron lesion. Physiotheraphy evaluations is used for the children with cerebral palsy.It applies the physiotheraphy rehabilitation programme for the children with cerebral palsy. It uses the appropriate evaluations in the cases such as torticollis, congenital injury of brachial plexus which are often seen in childhood and applies physiotheraphy programme. It resolves the problems seen in children with lower and upper motor neuron lesion.
Course Code and Name FTR306 ORTHOPEDIC REHABILITATION 
Local Credits / Ects (2-1-3-3)
Course Description This course contains; basic principles of orthopedic rehabilitation techniques, terminology in orthopedic rehabilitation, evaluation methods in orthopedic rehabilitation, general treatment principles of fractures and rehabilitation approaches after various fractures, conservative treatment of conditions leading to joint degeneration such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, rehabilitation of shoulder joint pathologies such as tendonitis and tears of rotator sheath, bursitis, periarthritis, impingement, bankart lesion, slap tears, rehabilitation of patellofemoral pain syndrome, chondromalacia patella, ligament and meniscus injuries in knee, foot and foot Rehabilitation of ankle ligament injuries, rehabilitation of orthopedic problems of the spine area, rehabilitation of muscle and tendon strains and after tears.
Course Code and Name FTR310 CARDIOPULMONARY REHABILITATION II 
Local Credits / Ects (2-1-3-3)
Course Description History of cardiac rehabilitation, principles of definition, cardiovascular anatomy-physiology, pathophysiology and rehabilitation of cardiovascular diseases, evaluation methods used in cardiovascular rehabilitation, treatment methods used in cardiovascular rehabilitation, program planning in cardiovascular rehabilitation.
Course Code and Name FTR326 PROSTHETICs AND REHABILITATION 
Local Credits / Ects (2-1-2-3)
Course Description This course contains; definition of amputation, history, causes, amputation surgery, evaluation principles after amputation, development and history of prosthesis technology, size of prosthesis, socket types, suspension systems, partial foot amputations and prosthetic approaches, below knee amputations and prosthetic approaches, knee desarticulation and above knee amputations and prosthetic approaches, hip desarticulation, hemipelvectomy and prosthetic approaches, below elbow and above elbow amputations and prosthetic approaches, shoulder desarticulation and prosthetic approaches, early and temporary prosthetic approaches, congenital anamolys and prosthetic approaches, upper extremity mechanical and myoelectric prostheses, lower extremity mechanics and myoelectric prostheses, rehabilitation of lower extremity amputation, rehabilitation of upper extremity amputation, advanced technological prosthetic approaches, principles of clinical decision making in prosthesis, biomechanical properties of prostheses and effect to gait.
Course Code and Name FTR302 HEARING AND SPEECH THERAPY
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-3)
Course Description  To determine the appropriate treatment methods for people with hearing and speech problems and to guide the patient correctly. Speech therapy, sound therapy, objective and subjective evaluation methods used to determine hearing loss.

7. ACADEMIC SEMESTER

Course Code and Name FTR 411 RADIOLOGY 
Local Credits / Ects ( 2-0-2-2)
Course Description To provide information about radiodiagnostic imaging technigues and to teach this information to be used during professional practice in the field of physiotherapy and rehabilitation.Body position terms,plane,radiology,ultrasonography,computed tomography and MRI terms,radiology,radiology methods and properties,diagnostic methods,skeletal system radiology,central nervous system radiology,respiratory and circulatory system radiology,orthopaedic radiology are included in the course content.
Course Code and Name FTR 409 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN PHYSIOTHERAPY 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description In cases with different clinical diagnoses, the study of literature in interactive group studies will discuss the evaluation of the patient and other problems related to the case and the development of physiotherapy and rehabilitation appropriate for the solution of the clinical problem.
Course Code and Name FTR407 MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION IN PHYSIOTHERAPY AND VREHABILITATION
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Information about management and organization in physioterapy and rehabilitation, management and planning, execution, decision making, supervision, teaching coordination and organization functions, and rehabilitation centers, rehabilitation centers for children with orthopedic disabilities, nursing homes, special education centers and the management and organization of hospitals.
Course Code and Name FTR423 ADVANCED ENGLİSH I
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-3)
Course Description This course aims for the students to understand the basic elements of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation. to comprehend main ideas of different situations to provoke critical thinking about problems and their solutions to develop students’ main skills (Listening, Speaking and Writing) on their department
Course Code and Name FTR413 CLINICAL DECISION MAKING IN PHYSIOTHERAPY I 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Clinical problems in physiotherapy and clinical problem solving stages, clinical problem solving situations and the diagnosis / treatments to be used, neurological physiotherapy, musculoskeletal physiotherapy, cardiac physiotherapy, pulmonary physiotherapy, pediatric cases, adult cases, clinical problems and solving strategies in geriatric patients, clinical problem solving The importance of clinical interrogations is included in the course content.
Course Code and Name FTR415 CLINICAL STUDY I 
Local Credits / Ects (0-30-10-20)
Course Description This course contains; review of treatment and evaluation approaches for physiotherapy and rehabilitation under the supervision of supervisor physiotherapists, 4 weeks training in neurological rehabilitation, orthopedic rehabilitation, cardiac and surgical rehabilitation, pediatric rehabilitation and physical medicine departments

8. ACADEMIC SEMESTER

Course Code and Name FTR412  GERIATRIC REHABILITATION 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description The principles of geriatric rehabilitation, physiotherapy and ergotherapy, assessment and different treatment approaches, exercise in the elderly.
Course Code and Name FTR 410 PHARMACOLOGY 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Basic concepts in pharmacology and toxicology, pharmacology of autonomic nervous system, pharmacology of respiratory system, pharmacology of cardiovascular system, pharmacology of central nervous system, endocrine pharmacology, pain treatment, inflammation treatment, chemotherapeutic drugs. The aim of this course is to gain basic knowledge about the mechanisms of action of pharmacological agents, properties of drugs effective in organ systems and side effects.
Course Code and Name FTR424 EVİDENCE-BASED APPLİCATİONS İN PHYSİOTHERAPY
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description Definition of evidence-based practices, how to reach evidence-based practices, guidelines in the field, evidence-based practices in different areas of rehabilitation, evidence-based practices in assessment and treatment methods in different areas.
Course Code and Name FTR422 ADVANCED ENGLİSH II 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-3)
Course Description This course aims for the students to understand the basic elements of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation. to comprehend main ideas of different situations to provoke critical thinking about problems and their solutions to develop students’ main skills (Listening, Speaking and Writing) on their department.
Course Code and Name FTR416 CLINICAL DECISION IN PHYSIOTHERAPY II 
Local Credits / Ects (2-0-2-2)
Course Description To solve clinical problems and gaining a case report skills.Following the issuance of patients with different clinical diagnoses selected in connection with clinical study modules in the field of physiotherapy and rehabilitation, in the scope of group work,literature screening,eveluation of the case,listing the problems related to the case under the concepts of disorder,handicap and disability, using clinical logic execution and physiotherapy skills, determination of the solution proposals associated with physiotherapy-rehabilitation and appropriate physiotherapy-rehabilitation program.
Course Code and Name FTR418 CLINICAL STUDY II 
Local Credits / Ects (0-30-10-20)
Course Description This course contains; review of treatment and evaluation approaches for physiotherapy and rehabilitation under the supervision of supervisor physiotherapists, 4 weeks training in neurological rehabilitation, orthopedic rehabilitation, cardiac and surgical rehabilitation, pediatric rehabilitation and physical medicine departments.