1. The skin and biology of wound healing. Physical and Chemical Injuries. Amputations and replantation
2. Fractures. Osteoporosis.
3. Trunk fractures. Skull fractures.
4. Pelvic and Lower limb fractures
5. Upper limb fractures
6. Orthopedic deformities. Adhesive capsulitis.
7. Bursitis. Meniscopathies.
8. Disc herniation. Cartilage lesions (chondropathy) and osteoarthritis (and joint replacement).
9. Neck, dorsal and low back pain.
10. Aponeurotic and fascial disorders (pubalgia, anterior tibial pain, iliotibial band syndrome). Joint instabilities and luxations.
11. Ligament injuries
12. Muscular injuries
13. Tendon injuries. Tendinopathies.
Students are expected to attend lectures and workshops, participate in class, and take the examination. There is one final examination. Class participation in exercises and discussions in class are also evaluated.
All scores on exams and assignments are based on 100 points. The final grade for each semester will be determined by the following formula: Final exam 90%, Class participation 10%
The final exam will consist of 30 multiple choice questions and 2-3 open questions or pictures.