Physiotherapy
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The Physiotherapy Degree aims to train general physiotherapists with scientific preparation and sufficient training to be able to describe, identify, treat and compare health problems that can be resolved through physiotherapy, using a series of methods, procedures, models, techniques and actions which, through the application of physical treatments, prevent, cure, recover and readapt people affected by impairments, functional limitations, disabilities or changes in physical function and health, resulting from injury, illness or any other causes. These treatments will also be used in the promotion and maintenance of health, and in the prevention of illnesses and their consequences. This is done, always taking into consideration the individual’s three dimensions: biological, psychological and social.

 

At EUNEIZ, we propose a specific teaching plan that allows the student to focus on their lines of interest, emphasising the close and direct relationship with the teaching staff, the use of agile methodologies and teamwork. All this through ‘learning by doing’, which promotes the training of future professionals in a practical way and in real situations so that they can develop all their skills and abilities.

NEW TECHNOLOGIES

Today, technology is increasingly present in all areas of health, including physiotherapy. For this reason, the Physiotherapy Degree is oriented towards the incorporation of technological tools to develop innovative treatments, which also contribute to the improvement in the effectiveness of the diagnostics and therapeutic results.

Students can design and develop IT tools and applications (APPs) for mobile devices to incorporate them in their physiotherapeutic task, both in that related to the diagnosis as well as the treatment provided in various areas of action.

The synergies with different technological studies developed at EUNEIZ allow us to carry out collaborative projects in order to prepare the students for the digital future.

Qualification Obtained

Degree in Physiotherapy

Branch of Knowledge

Health Sciences

ECTS Credits

240

Duration

4 years

Schedule

To be confirmed

Modality

On-campus

Places

60

Price and Grants

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Why study this Degree?

Health Profession

Physiotherapy is marked by a clear vocation to work for the recuperation and/or maintenance of people’s health and well-being. Physiotherapists find employment quickly and there is a high employment rate in a health sector with an ever-increasing demand.

Work Placements and Mobility

We offer the possibility of carrying out extracurricular work placements from the end of the first academic year onwards, and we promote mobility through international agreements with institutions in Europe and America, as well as SICUE (Exchange System between Spanish Universities) agreements with several Spanish universities.

Specialisation and Research

We have a strong commitment to research and knowledge transfer, and we therefore work on various subjects of the Degree with the aim that students acquire theoretical and practical training in the preparation and development of research projects.

Curriculum

Subject Semester Credits

Anatomy I

1

6

Biology

1

6

Biochemistry

1

6

Physics

1

6

Assessment in Physiotherapy

1

6

Foundations of Physiotherapy

2

6

Anatomy II

2

8

Physiology

2

10

Scientific English

2

6

Subject Semester Credits

Medical-Surgical Conditions

1

4

Anthropology

1

6

Basic Health Care

1

4

Development of Technological and Biomechanical Studies

1

6

Massotherapy

1

6

Introduction to Psychology

1

6

Application of Physical Agents

2

6

Physiotherapy Care for Musculoskeletal Injuries

2

5

Muscle Chains

2

3

Kinesiotherapy

2

6

Traumatology Disease

2

4

Manual Therapy

2

4

Subject Semester Credits

Work Placement I

1

10

Work Placement II

2

8

TMJ (Temporo-mandibular Joint)

1

3

Neurological Physiotherapy

1

4

Legislation, Public Health and Healthcare Administration

1

6

Cardiopulmonary Disease

1

3

Neurological Conditions

1

4

Physiotherapy in Clinical Specialities

2

10

Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy

2

3

Research Methodology in Physiotherapy

2

6

Pathology in Rheumatology

2

3

Subject Semester Credits

Work Placement III

1

30

Optional 1

2

6

Optional 2

2

6

Optional 3

2

6

Final Degree Project

2

12


The student must complete and pass three optional subjects (18 credits) from among those offered: Holistic Therapies in Physiotherapy, Orthoses and Prostheses, Postural and Movement Re-education, Sports Therapy, Design and Development Projects for Interactive Content for Physiotherapy, Programming of Physiotherapy Apps for Mobile Devices...

Access Requirements

Under the terms and conditions set forth in the aforementioned Royal Decree and the regulations in force, access to the course may be granted to those who meet any of the following requirements (see the access requirements for the University Degree in Physiotherapy).

The University does not envisage any access tests being required for this degree. Thus, access to the first course of the degree will be through university pre-registration, a system that guarantees equal conditions in the entry process for the first year of any university course.

Abilities Acquired

Physiotherapy graduates will acquire a comprehensive and competitive professional profile with the acquisition of the following skills:

Career Opportunities

With regard to the insertion of graduates into the employment market, as a result of the scientific and skills-based nature of the qualification, a wide range of career opportunities have been identified. The professional can work in:

  • The treatment of pathologies in medical and surgical specialities
  • Pathology prevention and health promotion activities
  • Research, teaching and management in the field of physiotherapy
  • Independent professional practice

The main employment sectors are:

  • General and specialist hospitals
  • Primary care, social health, rehabilitation and sports centres
  • Special education centres
  • Old people’s homes
  • Mutual and accident insurance companies

Profesorado

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(*) Important Note: This university qualification is awaiting accreditation to become official in accordance with the legislation in force. To become an official qualification, the following procedures are pending:

 

  • The issue of a prior mandatory report from the Basque Government’s Department of Education.
  • Issue of a favourable verification-authorisation report from the Agency for Quality of the Basque University System (Unibasq).
  • Verification of the qualification from the Spanish Government’s University Council.
  • Authorisation from the Government’s Department of Education.
  • Establishment of the official nature of the qualification through the Agreement of the Council of Ministers.
  • Registration in the Register of Universities, Centres and Qualifications (RUCT in its Spanish acronym).
  • Publication of the Council of Ministers Agreement (Pt. 5) in the Official State Bulletin (BOE in its Spanish acronym).

 

We inform you that in order to start teaching the degree, all of these procedures must be met in advance.

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