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  • September 2018 Vol-IX, Issue-III

    Chief Editor: Dr. Daxa Mishra, Professor Editor : Dr. Vyoma Dani, Assistant Professor : Mr. Shreyas Panchal, Literature Secretary, IV BPT

    Advisor : Dr. R. Harihara Prakash, Prof. & Principal

    SYNCHRONOUS Physio soul...

    K. M. PATEL INSTITUTE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY NAAC Accredited Grade ‘B’, CGPA 2.84 Registered under PWD Act. 862/15

    H M Patel Centre for Medical Care & Education

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    Mission

    Vision

    In line with the parent Institute, our core purpose also is “To provide and prepare resources for modern and professional Health care

    to the rural community equitably.”

    We are determined to distinguish ourselves as recognized center of excellence in Physiotherapy with regards to education, research and patient care, and

    emerge as an Institute of choice for students, patients and academicians alike.

    Index 1. Editor Desk 1

    2. Briefing by WCPT - World Physiotherapy Day 2

    3. Registration under GSCPT 4

    4. Academic Activities 5

    5. Patient Care 6

    6. Community Extension Activities 6

    7. Faculty Development 7

    8. Special Events 11

    9. Student Section 14

    10. Birthday Wishes 16

    11. Clinical Audit 16

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    KMPIP, Synchronous | Vol-IX | Issue-III 1

    Editorial Desk Dear Friends,

    In today’s era we all are caught in tumultuous, frenzied spiral of chasing money, success, power

    and a faster pace of life that imposes not only physical but social, mental and emotional burden

    on us. Good health which is physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being is a fundamental

    need of every individual.

    Mental health is one important component of health that is often neglected. According to WHO

    mental health is defined as “a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own

    abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and

    is able to make a contribution to his or her community”. Mental health problems can affect

    anyone regardless of age, gender or race. It is influenced by interplay between biological,

    psychological, environmental and socioeconomic factors. Poor mental health poses a major

    challenge to the community due to its debilitating effects. It causes low self-esteem, poor body

    image, malaise, chronic stress and psychosomatic pain resulting in low physical activity leading

    to obesity, hypertension, diabetes and other non-communicable diseases. The correlations

    between poor mental health and an increased prevalence of musculoskeletal conditions,

    multiple areas of pain, chronic and preventable diseases, emphasizes the need for an effective

    and holistic multidisciplinary approach for the management of these conditions Physiotherapy

    and mental health have been widely debated topic since ages. Physiotherapy plays a major role

    in preventing and treating patients with somatoform, anxiety, obesity, depression, personality

    and behavioural disorders. Exercise can improve anxiety, mood and depression by increasing

    blood circulation to CNS and influencing hypothalamic pituitary adrenal axis, moreover exercise

    releases endorphins and monoamines leading to decreased negative mood. Exercise alleviate

    symptoms such as low self-esteem and social withdrawal. Society is less aware about the

    physiotherapy services and its role in mental health disorders.

    The World Physiotherapy day 2018 comes with the theme “PHYSICAL THERAPY AND MENTAL

    HEALTH”. It is a step to make the world aware about the role of physical therapy beyond

    physical conditions such as mental disorders.

    We have shared a small write up prepared by the WCPT on the occasion of world physiotherapy

    day with the theme focusing on role of physiotherapy in mental health in this issue.

    Dr. Daxa Mishra, Professor KMPIP

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    “Physical therapy and mental health” A briefing by WCPT

    The campaign message of World Physical Therapy Day 2018 is “Physical therapy and mental health”, demonstrating the role that physical therapy and physical activity has in mental health. The campaign is focused around the following key messages. • Exercise as an evidence-based treatment for depression. • The role of physical therapists working with patients who may have mental health issues. • The benefits of physical activity in protecting against the emergence of depression. • How better outcomes are experienced when exercise is delivered by a qualified healthcare professional, such as a physical therapist. • How people with mental health issues are more at risk of having poor physical health. WCPT encourages member organisations and physical therapists around the world to use WCPT’s toolkit to convey these messages to the public and policy makers. These messages are important not just to encourage health and activity in populations. They can help demonstrate how physical therapists keep people moving through advice and exercise programmes.

    About World Physical Therapy Day

    World Physical Therapy Day is held every year on 8th September, the day WCPT was founded in 1951. It is a day when physical therapists can promote the profession, its work and: • Showcase the significant role the profession makes to the health and wellbeing of the global population • Raise the profile of the profession • Campaign on behalf of the profession and its patients/clients to governments and policy makers.

    The day marks the unity and solidarity of the physical therapy community around the world. It is an opportunity to recognise the work that physical therapists do for their patients and community. WCPT aims to support its member organisations and individual physical therapists in their efforts to promote the profession and advance global health, using World Physical Therapy Day as the focus.

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    KMPIP, Synchronous | Vol-IX | Issue-III 3

    A Poster by WCPT “World Physiotherapy Day”

    Registration under Gujarat State Council for Physiotherapy (GSCPT), Gujarat State

    To uplift physiotherapy profession by supporting and uniting Physiotherapists, by providing standard norms for educational and physiotherapy practice for the ben- efits of society and to regulate the safe and effective functioning of profession-

    als while adhering to legal, ethical and Registration under Gujarat State Council for

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    4 KMPIP, Synchronous | Vol-IX | Issue-III

    Physiotherapy (GSCPT), Gujarat State

    To uplift physiotherapy profession by supporting and uniting Physiotherapists, by providing standard norms for educational and physiotherapy practice for the benefits of society and to regulate the safe and effective functioning of professionals while adhering to legal, ethical and professional standards of practice in a multitude of physiotherapy settings, a state council for physiotherapy was established recently and the institute got registered under the same in August 2018.

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    KMPIP, Synchronous | Vol-IX | Issue-III 5

    Academic Activities University Examination:

    University examination for BPT students was conducted during 6-8-2018 to 28-8-2018 and for MPT students during 21-5-2018 to 28-5-2018. BPT results are awaited, MPT results are as follow:

    Academic year 2017-18

    Total number of students appeared for SPU

    examination

    Total number of students

    appeared from KMPIP

    Total number of students passed

    from KMPIP

    Results % (KMPIP)

    I MPT 15 6 6

    First class- 5 Pass class- 1

    100%

    II MPT 14 5 5First class- 5 100%

    Orientation Program and Crash Course for I MPT Students:

    The institute organised orientation program for I MPT students during 14th to 17th May, 2018 to orient them about their perspective in the field and show them the path they have opted inorder to become successful physiotherapists. Dr. R. Harihara Prakash, principal, KMPIP welcomed all the students and briefed them about the journey of post graduation at KMPIP. PG co-ordinator, Dr. Daxa Mishra explained them rules and regulations and made them understand the responsibility as a PG student. Apart from this, various lectures were delivered by the senior faculty viz. objectives and functioning of various depertments of the institute, presenting a case, seminar and journal club, professional and ethical practice in physiotherapy, evidence based practice, etc. To make them aware about the research culture, sessions on “Introduction to research concept, How to write a paper, Orientation on research ethics, Literature search, Data management and use of statistics, How to publish a paper”, etc were held during this orientation program. A session on ‘Time management’ was organised during which the students were taught to analyse and prioritise their tasks. To orient students to the new professional environment, a lecture on ‘Professioanlism’ was organised wherein they were enlightened about the conduct, aims and qualities which mark a profession and a professional person. They were also e

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