- Sports Medicine & Injuries (Distance education) Fees 5500 INR
- Advance Cardiology Course (Distance education)
- Anabolic steroids & GH
- Sports nutrition & Supplementation
- Exercise & Sports Physiology (Distance education)
1) SPORTS MEDICINE AND INJURIES SYLLABUS
Fees 5500 INR
- HUMAN BODY
- SEGMENTAL STABILIZATION CONCEPTS OF SPINE
- EMERGENCY MEDICAL PLANNING AND COVER FOR SPORTS EVENT
- AGING AND EXERCISE
- TEMPERATURE REGULATION
- FUNDAMENTALS THAT AID TRAINING AND PERFORMANCE
- TRAUMA MANAGEMENT & INJURIES
Introduction to Human body
Autonomous nervous system
SEGMENTAL STABILIZATION CONCEPTS OF SPINE
Muscle function in spinal stabilization
Contribution of various muscles to spinal stabilization
Local Muscle dysfunction in Low back pain
Principles of clinical management of deep muscle system for segmental stabilization
EMERGENCY MEDICAL PLANNING AND COVER FOR SPORTS EVENTS
Treatment of collapsed athlete
Severe head injury
The athlete with spinal injury
Injuries to the extremities
Causes of Collapse
AGING AND EXERCISE
Aging and Physiological function.
Exercise and Longevity.
Coronary Heart Disease and Exercise.
Exercise Stress Testing for Diagnosis of CHD.
Exercise prescription for healthy aged.
Exercise prescription for sedentary adults.
Cost and benefits of exercise prescription in Osteoporosis.
Methods of Assessing Heat Balance.
Effects of Climate.
Effects of Exercise on Temperature Regulation.
Limit of Tolerance of Heat.
Avoidance in Heat illness during exercise.
Exercises in cold.
FUNDAMENTALS THAT AID TRAINING AND PERFORMANCE
Warm up and Cool down
Flexibility and stretching
TRAUMA MANAGEMENT & INJURIES
Emergency Situations, Primary and secondary emergency assessment, emergency plan,
moving the injured participant.
Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation; Shock management, Internal and External bleeding,
Splinting, Stretcher use-Handling and transfer, Management of Cardiac arrest, Acute
asthma, Epilepsy, Drowning, Burn, Medical management of mass participation. Heat
stroke and Heat illness.
Sports specific injuries, with special emphasis on the specific risk factor, nature of
sports, kind of medical intervention anticipated and prevention with respect to
a. Individual events: Field & Track
b. Team events: Hockey, Cricket, Football
c. Contact and Non-contact sports
d. Water sports
Principles of protective equipment
Protective Equipment for: Head & Face, Upper & Lower Extremity
2) Syllabus of ADVANCE CARDIOLOGY COURSE (Distance education)
- ANATOMY OF HEART AND CIRICULATION
- INVESTIGATIVE CARDIOLOGY
- Cardiac Catheterization
- Nuclear Cardiology
- CARDIAC DISEASES & MANAGEMENT/TREATMENT (Clinical Cardiology)
ANATOMY OF HEART AND CIRICULATION
Embryology and normal anatomy, Coronary circulation, Pulmonary and systemic circulation, Autonomic Nervous system & Heart Conduction system.
Cardiac cycle, Fetal circulation, Myocardial metabolism, Coronary Circulation, Pulmonary circulation, Exercise physiology of heart, Regulation of blood pressure, Blood gases & pH.
Congenital heart diseases, Valvular heart diseases, Ischemic heart diseases, Cardiomyopathies, Lab aids and interpretation of tests
Inotropes, Diuretics, Antihypertensive, Vasodilators, B-Blockers and other anti-anginal agents, Anticoagulants, ACE, ARB, Anti-arrhythmias, Digitalis and other related drugs.
Clinical approach to the cardiac patients, Blood & Urine Tests, ECG & Holter Monitoring, Echocardiography, Exercise Tolerance Test, 24 Hour BP Monitoring, Chest X-Ray, Coronary Calcium Score, Carotid Ultrasound, CT Angiogram, Myocardial Perfusion Scanning, Coronary Angiogram, Cardiac MRI, Reveal Device, Pacemaker / ICD check, EP Study, Autonomic Tilt Testing,
Cardiac Catheterization What’s it for? How it’s done? Technology and expertise at URMC
Nuclear cardiology testing, nuclear cardiology tests used to evaluate, possible treatments are best for your heart, medications needed for heart disease, heart catheterization advisable, Technology and expertise at URMC
CARDIAC DISEASES & MANAGEMENT/TREATMENT (Clinical Cardiology)
Chest Pain: Definition, sources, risk factors for disease, Types of Causes, Symptoms, Types of chest pain, Tests and diagnosis, Follow-up testing, Treatments ,First Aid & Emergencies.
Stable angina: Definition, Causes, risk factors for disease, Symptoms, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments.
Acute coronary syndromes and myocardial infarction: Definition, Causes, Classification, Symptoms, Symptoms in Women, Tests and diagnosis, Treatment, Complications, Follow up testing,
Risk factors for disease, Prevention, Discharge, Rehabilitation, Hormone Therapy for women.
Breathlessness: Definition, Prognosis, Prevention, Causes, Symptoms, Tests and diagnosis, Epidemiology, History, Assessment, Investigations, Treatment, Rehabilitation, Oxygen Therapy.
Heart failure: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, Types of Heart Failure, classification, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, follow up Test, Treatments
Cardiomyopathy: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, Types, Risk factors, Prevention, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, follow up Test, Treatments
Patients with Valvular heart disease: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, Types, Risk factors, Prevention, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, follow up Test, Treatments
Pre-syncope and syncope: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments.
Arrhythmias: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Types, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, follow up Test, Treatments
Atrial fibrillation: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, Types, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, follow up Test, Treatments
Pericardial disease: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Medical History, Prevention, Types, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments, Follow up Treatment
Primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease: Definition, Cardiovascular risk calculation, clinical Test, Prevention.
Hypertension: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, Types, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments.
Lipid Disorders: Definition, Types, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments, Prevention.
Adult Congenital Heart Disease: Definition, Symptoms, Prevention, Types, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments.
The prevention and management of endocarditis: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments, Prevention.
Diseases of the Aorta: Definition, Symptoms, Types, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments
Cardiac Tumours: Definition, Symptoms, Types, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, Differential diagnosis, Investigation, Treatments.
Cardiac rehabilitation: Definition, Risks, Phases in cardiac rehabilitation.
Assessment of patients with cardiovascular disease prior to non-cardiac surgery: Definition, Risk factors, Risk factors Classified, Risk factor Predictions Models, Follow up Risk factor Prediction, Tests and diagnosis, Treatment based on risk.
Assessment of patients prior to cardiac surgery: Definition, Case note review, Direct questioning, Physical examination, Investigations, Risk assessment
Care of patients following cardiac surgery:
Transition from operating room to intensive care unit, The early intensive care unit period, Mechanical ventilation after cardiac surgery, Principles of fast tracking, Hemodynamic management in the postoperative period, Postoperative pain and sedation management techniques, Metabolic abnormalities, Complications in the first 24 hours postoperatively, Discharge from the intensive care unit, Economics of postoperative planning and strategies, The transplant patient, Patients with mechanical assist devices, Family issues in the postoperative period.
Management of critically ill patients with haemodynamic disturbances
Heart Disease in Pregnancy: Prevention, Causes, , Tests and diagnosis, Epidemiology, Risk factor, History, Symptoms, Assessment, Investigations, Treatment, Prevention.
Resuscitation – Basic and Advanced Life Support: Definition, How to Perform CPR, CPR for Infants (Up to One Year Old)
Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH): Definition, Types, Classified, Symptoms, Causes, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, follow up tests, Treatments, Prevention.
3) GROWTH HORMONE & ANABOLIC STEROID COURSE SYLLABUS
Syllabus Anabolic Steroids
- DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
- Androgenic effects
- Ergogenic Aids
- Genetics and body builders
- 2D Echo
- Angio CT
- Blood sugar testing
- Complete blood count (CBC)
- DEXA Scan
- ESR Test
- Lipid Profile
- Liver Function Tests
- Renal Function test
- Semen Analysis
- Thyroid Tests
- Urine Test
- Body checkup
- Pharmacology Definitions
- Routes Of Drug Administration
- Half Life
- Onset of action
- Pharmagrade and UGL
- Endocrine System
- Male & Female hormones
- Testosterone and Anabolic Steroids
- Types of Steroids
- Human Growth Hormone
- Thyroid hormones
- Glucagon & Insulin
- Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids
Special Weight gain by hormones for Females
Anabolic Steroids List
- Clenbuterol-Fat Loss
- T3 AND T4 FAT LOSS
- Special FAT LOSS,
Side effects prevention
Molecules/Medicine names list, Cycle preparation for all age groups and all conditions and sports persons
Practical aspect of Cycle preparation and Medical supervision, Role of Doctors in Cycle preparation
4) NUTRITION & SUPPLEMENT SYLLABUS
• Basic definitions: Food, Diet, Nutrition, Supplements, Drugs, Medicine etc.
• Necessity of Supplements (Why to take supplements?)
• 10 major organ systems
• Skeletal Muscles – in brief (Muscles of upper and lower body)
• Six class of Nutrients
• Nutrient composition, sources, functions, energy yield
• Insulin and glucagon info., Diabetes
• Vitamins & Minerals
• Protein – Definition, nature of proteins, discovery of Amino acids,
sources, amino acid types, protein types, biological value,
protein rating, protein functions and dosage.
• Protein requirement according to workout
• Whey protein
• Protein isolate and concentrate
• Protein for muscle building
- Clinical supplementation – Supplementation for
Hypertension & blood pressure, High cholesterol and lipids, Heart disease, Anemia, Pregnancy, Lactation, Arthritis, Osteoporosis, Diarrhea and vomiting, Fever, Tuberculosis, Diabetes, For general fitness, Jaundice
5) EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY/SPORTS PHYSIOLOGY CURRICULUM (Syllabus) (Distance education)
Syllabus Exercise Physiology
The Autonomic Nervous System
The Cardiovascular System
The Heart Anatomy
BIOENERGETICS & ENERGY TRANSFER
Energy Transfer In Body
Energy Expenditure During Various Activities
Energy Transfer In Exercise
Measuring Energy And Expenditure During Physical Activity
Temperature Regulation & Human body
Thermoregulation In Exercise
EXERCISE AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Exercise And Respiratory System
High Altitude And Athletic Training
Respiratory Response And Adaptation To Exercise
NUTRITION IN SPORTS
Carbohydrates And The Glycaemic Index
Ergogenic Aids To Exercise performance
Fats Requirement And Needs Of Athlete
Fluid And Electrolyte Balance
Pre And Post Competition Meal And Carbohydrate Loading
Protien RequiremenT And Needs Of Athlete
Tailoring Nutrition For Specific Sports
Vitamin Are Athlete Needs, Megavitamin & Antioxidants
Vitamins For Endurance Athletes
Water And Electrolyte Loss And Replacement In Exercise
Weight Gain Foods
Weight Loss Foods
EXERCISE & BODY ADAPTATION
Bone Adaptation To Exercise
Cardiovascular Adaptation To Exercise Training
Exercise And Immunity
Muscle Adaptations To Aerobic Training
Neuromuscular Functions And Fatigue In Exercise
Exercise & Reproductive Function In Male
Exercise & Reproductive Function In Female
Sports Physiology Syllabus
SYLLABUS SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY
A – APPLIED MEDICAL SCIENCES
UNIT – I APPLIED GENERAL CLINICAL ANATOMY
UNIT – II APPLIED GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
UNIT – III PATHOLOGY
UNIT – IV PHARMACOLOGY
B- REHABILITATION AND THERAPEUTIC EXERCISES
UNIT – I REHABILITATION AND THERAPEUTIC EXERCISES
UNIT – II MOBILIZATION AND STRENGTHENING TECHNIQUES
UNIT – III MASSAGE
UNIT – IV HEAT THERAPY
UNIT – V HYDROTHERAPY
UNIT – VI ELECTROTHERAPY
UNIT – VII CRYOTHERAPY
UNIT – VIII MANUAL THERAPY
C- NUTRITION IN SPORTS
- NUTRITION IN SPORTS
- WATER AND ELECTROLYTE LOSS AND REPLACEMENT IN EXERCISE
- VITAMINS ARE ATHLETES NEEDS, MEGAVITAMIN & ANTIOXIDANTS
- NUTRITIONAL ERGOGENIC AIDS AND SUPPLEMENTS
- PRE COMPETITION MEAL AND CARBOHYDRATE LOADING
- SPORTS SPECIFIC NUTRITION
- FLUID AND ENERGY REPLACEMENT IN PROLONGED EXERCISE.
D – MEDICAL CONDITIONS IN SPORTS PERSONS
UNIT – I EXERCISE INDUCED DISEASES & CLINICAL CONDITIONS
UNIT – II EXERCISE AND SKIN DISEASES
UNIT – III FEMALE SPECIFIC PROBLEMS
UNIT – IV EXERCISE & INFECTIVE CONDITIONS
UNIT – V GERIATRIC DISORDER
UNIT – VI EXERCISE AND COMMON PULMONARY CONDITIONS
UNIT – VII EXERCISE AND CARDIAC CONDITIONS
UNIT – VIII DOPING IN SPORTS
UNIT – IX DIABETES AND EXERCISE
UNIT – X EXERCISES FOR SPECIAL CATEGORIES
UNIT – XI MISCELLANEOUS CONDITIONS
E – SPORTS INJURIES DIAGNOSIS & MANAGEMENT
UNIT – I – TRAUMA MANAGEMENT