Quantcast

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

To be a leader within the Physical Therapy profession and to become a center of excellence locally and internationally

Mission

  • To graduate outstanding, compassionate, highly skilled and distinguished graduates able to meet the requirements of the labor market locally and regionally
  • To provide students with required academic and practical skills by using state-of-the-art technology in the field of physical therapy as well as developing scientific research and society services.

1. Provide students with a distinguished scientific and stimulating environment for innovation and development.
2. Encourage scientific research in order to contribute in solving society problems and community services.
3. Improve the level of health services in the field of physiotherapy.
4. Promote the level of knowledge and skills of students.
5. Develop the capabilities of faculty members and the supporting staff.
6. Emphasize and strengthen international collaborations to enhance growth of knowledge of the profession in Egypt.

Faculty of Physical Therapy

Teaching Members and Their Assistance ( Full Time)

noNamedegreeDepartment
1Adly sabourProfessor and Faculty DeanPhysicalTherapy for Women’sHealth
2Hanan mekawyProfessor  and Vice DeanPhysicalTherapy for Women’sHealth
3Ashraf hassanAssisstant ProfessorHead of physical therapy  for surgery and burn
4Noha Ahmed fouadLecturerHead of Physical Therapy for Gynecology and Obstetrics
5Fayrouz hatemLecturerHead of   Basic Sciences
6Abd Alrahman IsmailLecturerBasic Sciences
7Mona SelimLecturerHead of Physical Therapy for Orthopedic and its Surgeries
8Dian Othman ShoukryLecturer Physical Therapy for Orthopedic and its Surgeries
9Hanaa MohsenLecturerHead of Physical Therapy for Pediatrics disorders and Its Surgery
10Mona MohamedLecturerHead of Physical therapy for cardio-pulmonary disorders and Geriatric
11Reham AllaLecturer AssisstantPhysical Therapy for Surgery and Burn
12Wael OsamaLecturer AssisstantBasic Sciences
13Mohamed GamalLecturer AssisstantBasic Sciences
14Shaza SamirLecturer AssisstantBasic Sciences
15Mahmoud IbrahemLecturer AssisstantBasic Sciences
16Mina AtefLecturer Assisstant Physical therapy for cardio-pulmonary disorders and Geriatric
17Ahmed Abd-halemLecturer Assisstant Physical therapy for cardio-pulmonary disorders and Geriatric
18Reem HamdyLecturer AssisstantPhysical Therapy for Gynecology and Obstetrics
19Hend RadaLecturer AssisstantPhysical Therapy for Gynecology and Obstetrics
20Marim HosamLecturer AssisstantPhysical Therapy for Gynecology and Obstetrics
21Doaa SaidLecturer AssisstantPhysical Therapy for Gynecology and Obstetrics
22Omnia SamyLecturer Assisstant Physical Therapy for Pediatrics disorders and Its Surgery
23Beshoy SamirLecturer Assisstant Physical Therapy for Orthopedic and its Surgeries
24Ibrahem TobbaLecturer Assisstant Physical Therapy for Orthopedic and its Surgeries
25Mai MohamedTeaching AssistantPhysical Therapy for Neurology and Neurosurgery
26Fatma SaidTeaching AssistantPhysical Therapy for Neurology and Neurosurgery
27Mahynour OsamaTeaching AssistantBasic Sciences
28Hatem MostafaTeaching AssistantBasic Sciences
29Esraa SabryTeaching AssistantPhysical Therapy for Surgery and Burn
30Islam MohamedTeaching Assistant Physical Therapy for Pediatrics disorders and Its Surgery
31Ahmed SamirTeaching Assistant Physical Therapy for Orthopedic and its Surgeries
32Menan AliTeaching Assistant Physical Therapy for Orthopedic and its Surgeries
33Sara HasanTeaching Assistant Physical Therapy for Orthopedic and its Surgeries
34Mina MagdyTeaching Assistant Physical Therapy for Orthopedic and its Surgeries
35Yasmen RamdanTeaching Assistant Physical Therapy for Orthopedic and its Surgeries
36Eman NasserTeaching Assistant Physical therapy for cardio-pulmonary disorders and Geriatric
37Heba EmadTeaching Assistant Physical therapy for cardio-pulmonary disorders and Geriatric

Departments

  1. Basic Science
  2. Physical therapy for internal medicine and geriatrics
  3. Physical Therapy for Orthopedic& Orthopedic Surgery
  4. Physical Therapy for Neurology and Neurosurgery
  5. Physical Therapy for Pediatrics and Pediatric Surgery
  6. Physical Therapy for woman health
  7. Physical Therapy for Surgery and Burn

Program

The faculty of Physical Therapy contains only one program includes 196 credit hours divided on 5 levels or academic years ( 2 semesters each year)  plus an additional 6th year for training in the educational hospitals, institutes, health authorities and training centers under the supervision of the Faculty

 

Degree:

Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy

Study Plan Model

The First Level includes studying 36 credit hours obligatory courses of fundamental sciences divided on two semesters as shown below in tables 5 & 6.

First Level

First Semester (Fall Semester) (18 Credit Hours)

Table 5:Obligatory Courses Fundamental Sciences:

Evaluation Elements & Marks distributionCredit HoursTeaching HoursCourse NamePrerequisitesCourse Code
WFEPFEAFEOFEMTETA AT
5015101015322Anatomy IBAS 1101
5015101015322Physiology IBAS 1102
5015101015322Biochemistry IBAS 1103
5015101015322BiophysicsIBAS 1104
5015101015423HistologyBAS 1105
7015152 2English & Medical TerminologyBAS 1106
      18  Total Semester Credit Hours

 

Second Semester (Spring Semester) (18 Credit Hours)

 

Table 6:Obligatory Courses Fundamental Sciences:

Evaluation Elements & Marks distributionCredit HoursTeaching HoursCourse NamePrerequisitesCourse Code
WFEPFEAFEOFEMTETA AT
5015101015322Anatomy IIBAS 1101BAS 1207
5015101015322Physiology IIBAS 1102BAS 1208
5015101015322Biochemistry IIBAS 1103BAS 1209
5015101015322Biophysics IIBAS 1104BAS 1210
5015101015322KinesiologyBIO 1211
70151522Introduction to SociologyBAS 1212
70151511Human Rights*UNI 1
      18  Total Semester Credit Hours

* The student result recorded as Pass or Fail

Symbols:PT = Physical Therapy, T = Theoretical, A = Applied, P = Practical, TA = Term Assignments, MTE = Mid-Term Exam,

OFE = Oral Final Exam, AFE = Applied Final Exam, PFE = Practical Final Exam, WFE = Written Final Exam

Second Level

The second Level includes studying 43 credit hours divided on two semesters.

This includes 40 credit hours obligatory courses and 3 credit hours elective courses of university requirements as shown below in tables 7 – 9.

 

First Semester (Fall Semester) (20 Credit Hours)

Table 7: Obligatory Courses (20 Credit Hours):

Evaluation Elements & Marks distributionCredit HoursTeaching HoursCourse NamePrerequisitesCourse Code
WFEPFEAFEOFEMTETA AT
5015101015322Anatomy IIIBAS 1207BAS 2113
5015101015322Physiology IIIBAS 1208BAS 2114
5015101015322Biomechanics IBIO 1211BIO 2115
70151522Behavioral PsychologyBAS 2116
5015101015433Test and MeasurementBAS 1207BAS 2117
5015101015423PathologyBAS 2118
70151511Skills of Scientific Thinking and Report Writing*UNI 2
      20  Total Semester Credit Hours

* The student result recorded as Pass or Fail

 

 

Second Semester (Spring Semester) (20 Credit Hours)

Table 8: Obligatory Courses (20 Credit Hours):

Evaluation Elements & Marks distributionCredit HoursTeaching HoursCourse NamePrerequisitesCourse Code
WFEPFEAFEOFEMTETA AT
5015101015322Anatomy IVBAS 1101

BAS1207

BAS 2219
5015101015322Physiology IVBAS 1102

BAS 1208

BAS 2220
70151522PharmacologyBAS 1208

BAS 1209

BAS 2221
5015101015322Biomechanics IIBIO 1211BIO  2222
5015101015442Therapeutic ExercisesBAS 1101

BAS 1207

BAS 2223
5015101015423ElectrotherapyBAS 1210BAS 2224
70151511Community healthBAS 2225
      20  Total Semester Credit Hours

Symbols:PT = Physical Therapy, T = Theoretical, A = Applied, P = Practical, TA = Term Assignments, MTE = Mid-Term Exam,

OFE = Oral Final Exam, AFE = Applied Final Exam, PFE = Practical Final Exam, WFE = Written Final Exam

Table 9: Elective Courses of University Requirements:

The student chooses the first and second courses (3 Credit Hours):

 

Evaluation Elements & Marks distributionCredit HoursTeaching HoursCourse NamePrerequisitesCourse Code
WFEPFEAFEOFEMTETA AT
70151511Information Technology*UNI.EL 1
70151511Problem Solving & Decision Making*UNI.EL 2
70151511Egypt History*UNI.EL 3
70151511Arabic Literature*UNI.EL 4
70151511Industrial Safety and Environment*UNI.EL 5
70151511Communication skills* UNI.EL 6

 

* The student result recorded as Pass or Fail

Symbols:PT = Physical Therapy, T = Theoretical, A = Applied, P = Practical, TA = Term Assignments, MTE = Mid-Term Exam,

OFE = Oral Final Exam, AFE = Applied Final Exam, PFE = Practical Final Exam, WFE = Written Final Exam

 

Third Level

The third Level includes studying 40 credit hours divided on two semesters.This includes 38 credit hours obligatory courses and 4 credit hours elective courses related to the specialty as shown below in tables 10 – 12.

First Semester (Fall Semester) (18 Credit Hours)

Table 10: Obligatory Courses (18 Credit Hours):

Evaluation Elements & Marks distributionCredit HoursTeaching HoursCourse NamePre-requisitesCourse Code
WFEPFEAFEOFEMTETAAT
5015101015231Soft Tissue ManipulationBAS 1207

BAS 2113

BAS 2223

BAS 3126
5015101015221HydrotherapyBAS 2222

BAS 2223

BAS 1210

BAS 3127
70151522Theories for internal medicine and geriatricsBAS 2113

BAS 1208

INT 3128
5015101015423Physical therapy for internal medicine and geriatricsBAS 2113

BAS 1208

BAS 2223

INT 3129
70151522Theories for cardiopulmonary and vascular disorders and its surgeriesBAS 2113

BAS 1208

INT 3130
5015101015423Physical therapy for cardiopulmonary and vascular disorders and its surgeriesBAS 2113

BAS 1208

BAS 2220

INT 3131
70151522Hospital AdministrationSUR 3132
      18  Total Semester Credit Hours

 

Second Semester (Spring Semester) (18 Credit Hours)

Table 11: Obligatory Courses (18 Credit Hours):

Evaluation Elements & Marks distributionCredit HoursTeaching HoursCourse NamePre-requisitesCourse Code
WFEPFEAFEOFEMTETA PAT
5025101514Clinical physical therapy training for internal medicine and geriatricsINT 3128

INT 3129

INT 3233
5025101528Clinical physical therapy training for cardiopulmonary and vascular disorders and its surgeriesINT 3130

INT 3131

INT 3234
70151522Theories for gynecology and obstetrics and its surgeriesBAS 1208

BAS 2113

GYN 3235
5015101015322Physical therapy for gynecological and obstetric disorders and its surgeryBAS 1208

BAS 2113

BAS 2117

BAS 2223

BAS 2224

GYN 3236
70151522Theories of l Surgery and BurnBAS 1105

BAS2113

SUR 3237
5015101015322Physical Therapy for Surgery and BurnsBAS 1105

BAS2113

BAS 2117

BAS 2223

BAS 2224

SUR 3238
5010101015322NeuroscienceBAS 2219

BAS 2220

BAS 3239
5015101015221ErgonomicsBAS 2222BIO 3240
      18   Total Semester Credit Hours

Symbols:PT = Physical Therapy, T = Theoretical, A = Applied, P = Practical, TA = Term Assignments, MTE = Mid-Term Exam,

OFE = Oral Final Exam, AFE = Applied Final Exam, PFE = Practical Final Exam, WFE = Written Final Exam

Table 12: Elective Courses of Specialty:

The student chooses only two courses (4 Credit Hours):

 

Evaluation Elements & Marks distributionCredit HoursTeaching HoursCourse NamePre-requisitesCourse Code
WFEPFEAFEOFEMTETA PAT
5015101015221Industrial physical therapyBAS 2113FACEL1
70151511Quality assurance in health careFACEL2
70151511Marketing and Business Management in Physical TherapyFACEL3
70151511Clinical NutritionBAS 1209FACEL4
50 15101015221First aids BAS 1208FACEL5

 

Symbols:PT = Physical Therapy, T = Theoretical, A = Applied, P = Practical, TA = Term Assignments, MTE = Mid-Term Exam,

OFE = Oral Final Exam, AFE = Applied Final Exam, PFE = Practical Final Exam, WFE = Written Final Exam

Fourth Level

The fourth Level includes studying 40 credit hours divided on two semesters. This includes 36 credit hours obligatory courses and 4 credit hours elective courses related to the specialty as shown below in tables 13– 15

First Semester (Fall Semester) (17 Credit Hours)

Table 13: Obligatory Courses (17 Credit Hours):

Evaluation Elements & Marks distributionCredit HoursTeaching HoursCourse NamePre-requisitesCourse Code
WFEPFEAFEOFEMTETA PAT
5025101528Clinical physical therapy training for gynecological and obstetric disorders and its surgeries.GYN 3235

GYN 3236

GYN 4141
5025101528Clinical physical therapy training for surgery and burnSUR 3237

SUR 3238

SUR 4142
70151544Theories for traumatology and Orthopedics surgeriesBAS 2118

BAS 2219

ORT 4143
5015101015745Physical therapy for traumatology and Orthopedics surgeriesBAS 2117

BAS 2223

BASS 2222

ORT 4144
70151522Diagnostic RadiologyBAS 2219ORT 4145
      17   Total Semester Credit Hours

Second Semester (Spring Semester) (19 Credit Hours)

Table 14: Obligatory Courses (19 Credit Hours):

Evaluation Elements & Marks distributionCredit HoursTeaching HoursCourse NamePre-requisitesCourse Code
WFEPFEAFEOFEMTETA PAT
50251015312Clinical physical therapy training for orthopedics and its surgeriesORT 4143

ORT 4144

ORT 4246
5010101015322Orthotics and prostheticsBAS 2117

BAS 2222

ORT 4247
70151544Theories for neurology,neurosurgery and psychiatryBAS 2114

BAS 2219

BAS 3239

NUR 4248
5010101015745Physical therapy for neurology, neurosurgery and psychiatryBAS 2114

BAS 2219

BAS 3239

NUR 4249
70151522PsychiatryBAS 2116NUR 4250
      19   Total Semester Credit Hours

Symbols:PT = Physical Therapy, T = Theoretical, A = Applied, P = Practical, TA = Term Assignments, MTE = Mid-Term Exam,

OFE = Oral Final Exam, AFE = Applied Final Exam, PFE = Practical Final Exam, WFE = Written Final Exam

Table 15: Elective Courses of Specialty:

The student chooses only two courses (4 Credit Hours):

Evaluation Elements & Marks distributionCredit HoursTeaching HoursCourse NamePre-requisitesCourse Code
WFEPFEAFEOFEMTETA PAT
5015101015221Introduction to OsteopathyBAS 3126FACEL 6
70151522Rehabilitation and Assistive TechnologyBAS 2116

BAS 2223

FACEL 7
5015101015221Sports physical TherapyBAS 2117

BAS 2223

FACEL 8
5015101015221Biomechanics in the rehabilitation of joint replacementsBAS 2222FACEL 9
50251015221Physical Therapy in oncologyBAS 2118

BAS 3126

FACEL 10
5015101015221Treatment of Lymphatic systemBAS 3126FACEL 11

 

Symbols:PT = Physical Therapy, T = Theoretical, A = Applied, P = Practical, TA = Term Assignments, MTE = Mid-Term Exam,

OFE = Oral Final Exam, AFE = Applied Final Exam, PFE = Practical Final Exam, WFE = Written Final Exam

Fifth Level

The fifth Level includes studying 37 credit hours divided on two semesters. This includes 33 credit hours obligatory courses and 4 credit hours elective courses related to the specialty as shown below in tables 16– 18.

First Semester (Fall Semester) (17 Credit Hours)

Table 16: Obligatory Courses (17 Credit Hours):

Evaluation Elements & Marks distributionCredit HoursTeaching HoursCourse NamePre-requisitesCourse Code
WFEPFEAFEOFEMTETA PAT
50251015312Clinical physical therapy training for neurology, neurosurgery and psychiatryNUR 4248

NUR 4249

 

NUR 5151
5015101015221Rehabilitation and Occupational therapy for adultINT 3129

NUR 4248

NUR 4249

NUR 5152
5015101015322Motor development and learningBAS 2219PED 5153
70151544Theories of pediatrics and its surgeryBAS 3239PED 5154
70151511Child psychologyBAS 2116PED 5155
5015101015221Electro DiagnosisBAS 1207

BAS 2114

BAS 3239

BAS 5156
70151522Principles of research and medical statisticsBAS 5157
      17   Total Semester Credit Hours

Second Semester (Spring Semester) (16 Credit Hours)

Table 17: Obligatory Courses (16 Credit Hours):

Evaluation Elements & Marks distributionCredit HoursTeaching HoursCourse NamePre-requisitesCourse Code
WFEPFEAFEOFEMTETA PAT
5015101015745Physical therapy for pediatrics and its surgeryPED 5154PED 5258
50251015312Clinical physical therapy training for pediatrics and its surgeryPED 5154PED 5259
70151511Speech disorders and therapyNUR 4249PED 5260
5015101015221Rehabilitation and Occupational therapy for childrenPED 5154PED 5261
70151511Ethics and laws in health careBAS 5262
70151522Evidence based clinical Decision MakingGYN 5263
      16   Total Semester Credit Hours

Symbols:PT = Physical Therapy, T = Theoretical, A = Applied, P = Practical, TA = Term Assignments, MTE = Mid-Term Exam,

OFE = Oral Final Exam, AFE = Applied Final Exam, PFE = Practical Final Exam, WFE = Written Final Exam

Table 18:Elective Courses of Specialty:

The student chooses only two courses (4 Credit Hours):

Evaluation Elements & Marks distributionCredit HoursTeaching HoursCourse NamePre-requisitesCourse Code
WFEPFEAFEOFEMTETA PAT
5015101015221Introduction to Alternative medicineBAS 3127

BAS 3126

BAS 2223

BAS 2224

FACEL 12
50151511Regenerative medicine in Neural disordersNUR 4249FACEL 13
5015101015221Education for children with Special needsBAS 1212FACEL 14
5015101015221Differential diagnosis in physical therapyBAS 2219

BAS 2220

FACEL 15
5025101512Independent study in physical Therapy*FACEL 16
50251015221Clinical BiomechanicsBAS 2222FACEL 17
5015101015221Spinal cord injuriesBAS 2114

BAS 2219

BAS 3239

ORT 4143

FACEL 18
5015101015221Rehabilitation of hand surgerySUR 3238FACEL 19
5025101511Orthopedic biomechanicsBAS 2222FACEL 20

*Evaluation based on the research paper submitted and its presentation in addition to the degree of final written exam

Symbols:PT = Physical Therapy, T = Theoretical, A = Applied, P = Practical, TA = Term Assignments, MTE = Mid-Term Exam,

OFE = Oral Final Exam, AFE = Applied Final Exam, PFE = Practical Final Exam, WFE = Written Final Exam

Dr. Adly Sabbour

The Faculty of Physical Therapy at Badr University in Cairo is established in 2014 as a unique institution to provide educational and community service at a high level. Its educational system is based on scientific thinking and evidence-based education to reach a distinguished graduate who can compete at the regional and international levels.

The college has a highly qualified and cooperative staff, all of whom provide educational service and participate in scientific research and international publications.

In the Faculty of Physical Therapy students are considered the core and most important part of the educational process therefore, the college provide them with the most updated theoretical and practical experience, enabling them to contribute positively in self as well as society development. Our students are committed to ongoing learning, seeking, creating and disseminated knowledge for improving health profession and patient’s outcomes.   The Faculty of Physical Therapy at Badr University has a clear mission and vision through which it seeks excellency and leadership among the faculties of the physical therapy sector in Egypt and Middle East .

Dr. Adly Sabbour

Dean of the Faculty of Physical Therapy, Badr University

Faculty Resources:

Lecture rooms:

  • 4 lecture rooms ( 150 students / each)
  • 1 lecture room 350 student

-Section rooms:

  • 6 section rooms ( 35 student / each)

 

-P.T labs:

  • Therapeutic exercises lab.
  • Testing & measurement lab
  • Biomechanics lab
  • Electrotherapy lab
  • Hydrotherapy lab
  • Pediatric rehabilitation lab

Labs of medical sector

  • Anatomy lab
  • Physiology lab
  • Biophysics lab
  • Histology lab
  • Biochemistry lab

Lecture schedules

Time table for Physical Therapy

 All  levels Summer Semester 2018

Day9-1010-1111-1212-11-22-33-4
SaturdayAnatomy  2 lec Anatomy 2 lecBiophysics 2 sec
Histology lecHistology secHistology lec
Pathology lec Pathology lecPathology sec
PT for surgery and burn secPT for surgery and burn lec PT for surgery and burn lec
Rehabilitation and assistive technology lec

Rehabilitation and assistive technology lec 
SundayPhysiology 2 lec Physiology 2 lecPhysiology 2 sec
Anatomy 3 lec Anatomy 3 lecPhysiology 3 sec
Physiology 3 lecPhysiology 3 lec
Psychology lec Psychology lec
Neuroscience lecNeuroscience secNeuroscience lec
Theories for neurology,neurosurgery and psychiatryTheories for neurology,neurosurgery and psychiatry
MondayAnatomy 2 secPhysiology 2 secHistology  secAnatomy 2 sec
Anatomy 3 secAnatomy 3 sec
Anatomy 4 lecPhysiology3 sec  
Anatomy 4 lecAnatomy 4 sec
Neuroscience sec First aid sec First aid sec
PT for gynacology lecPT for gynacology secPT for gynacology lec
TuesdayBiophysics  2 lecBiophysics 2 secBiochemistry 2 secBiophysics 2 lec
Histology lec
Pharmacology lec Pharmacology lecTherapeutic  exercises  lec
Therapeutic  exercises  lecTherapeutic   exercises sec
Theories for surgies and burn Theories for surgies and burnHydrotherapy sec
Hydrotherapy secHydrotherapy lec
Theories for neurology,neurosurgery and psychiatryTheories for neurology,neurosurgery and psychiatry
Wednesdaybiochemistry 2 lecBiochemistry 2 secbiochemistry 2 lec
Pathology  lecPathology sec Information technology
Therapeutic   exercises secTherapeutic   exercises secTherapeutic   exercises sec
Anatomy 4 sec
PT for surgery and burn sec first aid lec
PT for gynacology sec

Exam schedules


Get In Touch
  • Add:Entertainment area, Badr City, Cairo, Egypt
  • Tel: 002 02 286 504 00
  • Hotline:19592
  • Email: Info@Buc.edu.eg
Partnership
Top