Physical Therapy

Help people relieve pain and regain their lives.

Type

Healthcare

Length

4 years

Start date

01.09.2021

Internship

Laboratory training

Hospital training

General Info

TYPE

Hospitality

LENGTH

4 years

START DATE

01.09.2021

INTERNSHIP

Laboratory training

Hospital training

BSc Physical Therapy consists of general education and professional courses, plus an internship program that involves assigning students to different CHED-accredited affiliation centers that cater to various patients/client population.

The student during his internship program will be trained and exposed on clinical and non-clinical experiences which include patient/client evaluation and management from different populations including but not limited to Neurological, musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary, pediatric, geriatrics, well population and community-based rehabilitation.

 

About the Physical Therapy study programme

Structure and content

The College of Physical Therapy is committed to provide high quality education to competent and globally competitive students who will be future autonomous clinicians, educators, leaders, and consumers of research.

The College of Physical Therapy program is designed to develop students to become competent professionals who possess service-oriented leadership aligned with the advocacy of life-long learning and equipped with innovative communication that will help them translate science to the betterment of every member of the community.

 

The programme is organised around:

  • Common core programme
  • Traineeship (9-13 weeks)
  • Final project

 

Common core programme

 

  1. Apply knowledge of physical sciences, social sciences, health sciences and natural sciences to the practice of Physical Therapy.
  2. Demonstrate consistent competence in conducting a comprehensive examination, evaluation, and assessment of patient’s/clients across the lifespan within a broad continuum of care.
  3. Demonstrate consistent competence in planning and implementing appropriate physical therapy interventions   for patient’s/ clients across the lifespan within a broad continuum of care
  4. Apply teaching- learning principles in different learning environment
  5. Practice beginning management and leadership skills in various practice settings.
  6. Demonstrate research- related skills in application of best practice evidence in the performance of various roles in different practice settings
  7. Promote and improve quality of life through the practice of the profession.
  8. Actively engage in lifelong learning activities.
  9. Work effectively in an inter- professional collaborative setting
  10. Demonstrate proficiency in oral and written communication skills as well as reading and listening
  11. Demonstrate social and professional responsibility and ethical behaviors in multicultural settings and scenarios.
  12. Maximize the use of innovative technology in the practice of profession.

 

Goals and Objectives

 

  • To integrate knowledge, skills and attitudes expected of an entry-level physical therapist such as clinical, communication and professional behaviors in multicultural settings.
  • Prepare students to demonstrate competence in promoting health and improved quality of life through the practice of the profession
  • Incorporate interprofessional collaborative practice that would produce entry-level physical therapists who could work effectively as members of the health care team
  • Provide opportunities to apply teaching-learning principles in different learning environments
  • Promote engagement in lifelong learning activities

Develop compassionate, ethical, and competent physical therapists who are globally competitive and committed to serve the health needs in both local and international communities

 

 

Curriculum

 

The Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy is a four-year degree program consisting of general education and professional courses that aims to produce physical therapists who are competent to fulfill professional responsibilities in the following areas:

  1. patient/client care in various settings for different populations;
  2. education of individuals and groups;
  3. administration and management of physical therapy programs, institutions and facilities, including private practice and delivery of home health services
  4. lifelong learning for the development of the professional;
  5. health promotion
  6. advocacy for the advancement of the profession;
  7. community service and development; and
  8. research

 

Internship

The Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy also includes an internship program that involves assigning students to different CHED-accredited affiliation centers that cater to various patient/client populations. The intern/student during the training will have exposure to a variety of opportunities that will prepare them for the different roles expected of them upon graduation.

The exposure will focus on both non-clinical and clinical experiences which include patient/client evaluation and management from different populations including but not limited to Neurological, Muscoskeletal, Cardiopulmonary, Pediatric, Geriatrics, Well population and Community-based rehabilitation.

Fees and tuition

For information on tuition fees, you can contact the finance department at 8712-5633, or send them an email at (email)

 

Enrollment

A student who wishes to pursue the BSPT Program must be a Senior High School Graduate and are encouraged to take the STEM strand under the Academic Track. The strand provides the basics of applied mathematics and sciences that will be useful in taking the program.

 

Schedule of enrolment

1st Semester 2021 – 2022

 

1st year level                      June 1 – July 30, 2021

2nd year level                    June 8 – June 21, 2021

3rd year level                     June 22 – July 5, 2021

4th year level                     July 6 – July 20, 2021

5th year level (Bspt)        July 9 – July 24, 2021

Transferees                        June 1 – July 30, 2021

 

How to apply

 

Freshmen Students (non SACI High School graduates):

Step 1 – Fill up Application Form and Present documents (SHS diploma, Grade12 Card, Good Moral Certificate, 3 pcs 2×2 picture, Photocopy Birth certificate, SHS Form 137) at the Registrars Office

Step 2 –  Conduct Medical Check-up and submit Medical Certificate at the Registrars Office.

Step 3 –  Take Psychological Examination given by Guidance Office.

Step 4 –  Interview with the Dean of Respective College.

Step 5 –  Go back to the Registars Office for Encoding of Subjects and Schedules.

Step 6 –  Pay Tuition Fee at the Accounting Office.

Step 7 –  Proceed at the Registrars office for Stamping of Registration Form for “Officially Enrolled” marked.

 

Regular Old Students (SACI High School graduates):

 

Step 1 – Secure Clearance Form at the Registrars Office for signatures of the different departments.

Step 2 – Get copy of Academic grades of the semester last enrolled.

Step 3 – Get Enrollment slip at the Registrars Office.

Step 4 – Pay TF at Accounting Office.

Step 5 – Proceed at the Registrars office for Stamping of Registration Form for “Officially Enrolled” marked.

 

Irregular Old Student (SACI High School graduates):

 

Step 1 – Secure Clearance Form at the Registrars Office for signatures of the different departments.

Step 2 – Get copy of Academic grades of the semester last enrolled.

Step 3 – Get Advisement Form for subjects and schedules at the Deans office.

Step 4 – Proceed at the Registrars Office for Encoding of Subjects.

Step 5 – Pay TF at Accounting Office.

Step 6 – Proceed at the Registrars office for Stamping of Registration Form for “Officially Enrolled” marked.

 

 

Opportunities

Physical Therapy practice includes the following but not limited to:

 

  1. Clinician
    • Neurologic Physical Therapy
    • Musculo-Skeletal Physical Therapy
    • Cardio-Pulmonary Physical Therapy
    • Pediatric Physical Therapy
    • Geriatric Physical Therapy
  1. Sports Physical Therapy
  2. Health and Wellness Physical Therapy
  3. Rehabilitation Manager
  4. Rehabilitation / PT Clinic Owner
  5. PT Educator
  6. Researcher
  7. PT Practice Advocate
  8. Functional Movement for Health Advocate
  9. Community-based Physical Tehrapist

 

Contact

Telephone No.: 02-87125633

Email Address: cpt.saci@gmail.com

Facebook Messenger: Saci PT

 

Meet the graduates