This course is designed by the student to make a wide literature review on a special subject in the field of physiotherapy and rehabilitation, to obtain the relevant literature information, and to read with a critical point of view. It focuses on gaining the necessary knowledge and skills to analyze and transfer the information obtained in a certain systematic manner using effective presentation methods.
FTR 701 Clinical Study in Physiotherapy I (12 ECTS):
This course aims to provide the students who continue their master's program with physiotherapy and rehabilitation with a thesis to develop, plan and carry out a research question that will contribute to the field in the light of the courses they have taken. aims to bring in. It focuses on preparing a project for the required areas, planning parameters such as project work schedule, budget, team, success criteria, reporting the results, and gaining the necessary conceptual knowledge and skills to assume the roles of researcher and executive. The student taking the course is obliged to plan research within this scope and present this plan to the ethics committee.
FTR 702 Clinical Study in Physiotherapy II (12 ECTS):
This course aims to provide the students who continue their master's program with physiotherapy and rehabilitation with a thesis to develop, plan and carry out a research question that will contribute to the field in the light of the courses they have taken. aims to bring in. It focuses on preparing a project for the required areas, planning parameters such as project work schedule, budget, team, success criteria, reporting the results, and gaining the necessary conceptual knowledge and skills to assume the roles of researcher and executive. The student who takes the course is obliged to present the research project presented to the ethics committee within the scope of the Clinical Study in Physiotherapy I course as a verbal / poster presentation at a national/international scientific meeting.
FTR 703 Scientific Research Methods and Ethical Principles in Physiotherapy (6 ECTS):
This course aims to enable the graduate student to have access to the academic literature, to know and experience the methods of choosing the academic literature, to critically evaluate the publications he/she has read, and to qualify the publications he prepares. It aims to learn and apply the necessary concepts and information on its subject, and to be able to master the processes for the protection of ethical principles and principles for the protection of the rights of the participants and authors in all these processes.
FTR 705 Biostatistics (6 ECTS):
This course aims to enable students to learn basic statistical concepts and to have the ability to use them in professional life. Within the scope of the course, it is aimed to learn the basic concepts and definitions of Biostatistics, the place and use of Biostatistics in working life, the place of biostatistics in decision-making processes, and the basic statistical methods and methods required to comprehend the importance of scientific decision making.
FTR 706 Evidence-Based Exercise Approaches in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Practices (6 ECTS):
This course aims to investigate the evidence presented regarding the therapeutic exercise approaches, the most commonly used treatment modality in the field of physiotherapy and rehabilitation, as well as evidence-based research and clinical applications It focuses on learning the importance of choosing exercise approaches and recognizing processes for generating new evidence.
FTR 707 Advanced Assessment Methods in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation (6 ECTS):
Within the scope of this course, students will be able to use new, technologically valid, and reliable assessment methods in the field of physiotherapy and rehabilitation related to specific areas that they can use during their professional practices and researches, in company with current literature. comparing examinations with similar and different methods, patient-based and observer-based approaches, questionnaire, scale, scale, and so on. It is aimed to learn the principles in order to use them to distinguish.
FTR 708 Advanced Exercise Physiology (6 ECTS):
The aim of this course is to provide students; responses of the respiratory and circulatory system to acute and chronic exercise, physiological bases of adaptation to chronic exercise, peripheral and central factors determining maximal oxygen consumption, physiological causes of fatigue during exercise, and responses to rest and exercise in different environmental conditions with the support of the current literature.
FTR 709 Special Approaches in Orthopedic Rehabilitation (6 ECTS):
In this course, students adopt a holistic rehabilitation approach in orthopedic problems to build on the basic education they received in their undergraduate period, as well as the pathomechanics of specific orthopedic problems, as well as their competence in target-oriented and current physiotherapy practices. and gaining a clinical decision-making perspective.
FTR 710 Rehabilitation in Spine Pathologies (6 ECTS):
In this course, knowing the individual and group characteristics of all the elements that make up the spine, appropriate exercise and treatment approaches for the spine, spine-specific exercises with a holistic perspective, as well as the pathomechanics of specific spine problems, It is aimed to gain competence and clinical decision-making perspective in targeted, original and up-to-date physiotherapy applications.
FTR 711 Innovations in Neurological Rehabilitation (6 ECTS):
Within the scope of this course, the examination of new treatment methods developed for the elimination of disorders, disabilities, and disabilities in the rehabilitation of neurological diseases in the light of current literature, meta-analysis, and interpretation of the effects and validity of various assessment and application methods in the field of physiotherapy-rehabilitation skills, problem-based physiotherapy approaches in neurological diseases, evidence-based physiotherapy approaches in neurological diseases, early rehabilitation approach, long-term planning, home rehabilitation, community-based rehabilitation practices, technological products used in neurological rehabilitation, auxiliary tools and equipment that increase independence will be examined. In this course, topics such as the cortical area effect of neurological rehabilitation approaches and brain mapping will be discussed.
FTR 712 Preventive Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Approaches (6 ECTS):
In this course, physiotherapy methods used in the protection and development of health, the role of the physiotherapist in preventive health services, improving the clinical decision-making ability of preventive physiotherapy methods during chronic diseases, following the relevant current literature, new ideas and studies will be created.
FTR 713 Evidence-Based Electrotherapy (6 ECTS):
In this course, low, medium, and high-frequency currents, physiological responses in electrotherapy will be discussed, application methods, innovations in electrodiagnosis and electrotherapy will be discussed, current methods related to the use of low and high-frequency currents in different pathological conditions. will be examined.
FTR 714 Pain Theories Assessment and Physiotherapy Approaches (6 ECTS):
Within the scope of this course, it is aimed to learn pain theories, pain-specific assessment methods resulting from different clinical situations, prevention, and modifications to prevent functional losses caused by pain, electrotherapy, and exercise approaches that can be applied according to disease periods. . The place of cognitive therapy approaches in pain control and current treatment approaches will be discussed.
FTR 715 Movement and Locomotion Analyzes (6 ECTS):
In the scope of this course, kinesiological definitions (kinetics, kinematics, etc.), forces and balance, axes and planes, bone-joint-muscle-cartilage-collagen tissues, examination of normal and pathological walking and evaluation, examination of joints in the body (spine, shoulder, elbow, hand and wrist, pelvis and hip, knee, foot, and ankle) and evaluation of their pathological conditions.
FTR 716 Technological Innovations in Neurological Rehabilitation (6 ECTS):
Within the scope of this course, it is aimed that students gain new information and views about the technological developments used in neurological diseases and the effects of these developments on rehabilitation practices.
The aim of this course is to develop the ability to plan and conduct research with high evidentiary value on the effect mechanisms, application methods, and superiorities of neurodevelopmental treatment approaches, and to interpret the results.
FTR 718 Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation in Rheumatic Diseases (6 ECTS):
Within the scope of this course, providing information about the pathophysiology and clinical features of rheumatic diseases in adults and children, and specific up-to-date evaluation methods used in the diagnosis and follow-up of rheumatic diseases, and evidence-based clinical decision making and application in this field. It is aimed to improve the skill.
FTR 719 Geriatric Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation (6 ECTS):
Within the scope of this course, physiological changes caused by aging, the effect of aging on body systems, chronic diseases common in elderly individuals, and special evaluation methods in the field of geriatrics, protective approaches and physiotherapy applications. is targeted.
FTR 520 Biomechanical Principles in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation (6 ECTS):
In this course, the science of motion, basic mechanical properties, current kinetic and kinematic analysis, work/energy evaluation methods, stress/strain, injury prevention, treatment, and external support biomechanical and pathomechanics principles. discussion and follow-up of the current literature.
FTR 721 Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation in Obesity and Diabetes (6 ECTS):
Current literature on obesity risk factors, preventive approaches, exercise capacity in obese individuals, quality of life, physical activity level, psychosocial status, patient and family education, and organization of physiotherapy program within the scope of this course It will be provided to provide up-to-date clinical information about the effects of diabetes on body systems, preventive approaches in diabetic patients and special physiotherapy methods.