DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY

Subject Title

Theory Marks

Practical/Viva /
Clinical Marks

Total Marks

ANATOMY I

100

100

200

PHYSIOLOGY I

100

100

200

KINESIOLOGY

100

100

200

BIOCHEMISTRY & GENETICS I

100

100

200

ENGLISH

100

Not Applicable

100

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

100

Not Applicable

100

Total

600

400

1000

Subject Title

Theory Marks

Practical/Viva /
Clinical Marks

Total Marks

ANATOMY II

100

100

200

PHYSIOLOGY II

100

100

200

BIOCHEMISTRY & GENETICS II

100

100

200

BIOMACHANICS & ERGONOMICS

100

100

200

ISLAMIC STUDIES

100

Not Applicable

100

PAK STUDIES

100

Not Applicable

100

Total

600

400

1000

Subject Title

Theory Marks

Practical/Viva /
Clinical Marks

Total Marks

PATHOLOGY & MICROBIOLOGY

100

100

200

PHARAMACOLOGY

100

Not Applicable

100

PHYSICAL AGENTS & ELECTROTHERAPY
INCLUDING MEDICAL PHYSICS

100

100

200

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

100

Not Applicable

100

THERAPEUTICS EXERCISE & TECHNIQUES &
MANUAL THERAPY

100

100

200

Total

500

300

800

Subject Title

Theory Marks

Practical/Viva /
Clinical Marks

Total Marks

MEDICINE INCLUDING RADIOLOGY &
DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING

100

100

200

CLINICAL DECISION MAKING &
DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

100

Not Applicable

100

PHYSICAL THERAPY TREATMENT &
TECHNIQUES I

100

200

300

COMMUNITY MEDICINE INCLUDING
SOCIOLOGY. BIOSTATICS & RESEARCH
MATHEDOLOGY

100

Not Applicable

300

EVIDANCE BASED PHYSICAL THERAPY AND
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICS

100

Not Applicable

100

Total

500

300

800

Subject Title

Theory Marks

Practical/Viva /
Clinical Marks

Total Marks

SURGERY

100

Not Applicable

100

EMERGENCY PROCUDURES & PRIMARY
CARE IN PHYSICAL THERAPY

100

100

200

PHYSICAL THERAPY TREATMENT &
TECHNIQUES II

100

200

300

PROSTHETICS, ORTHOTICS, HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
& COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITION

100

Not Applicable

100

EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY & HEALTH AND
WELLNESS

100

Not Applicable

100

Total

500

300

800

MISSION

The mission of the Department of Physical Therapy at University of Sargodha Lahore Campus
is to graduate competent, reflective, compassionate and autonomous practitioners who by
virtue of their critical thinking, active learning skills, clinical experience, diagnostic aptitude,
ethical and behavioral standards and commitment to professionalism, will be prepared to
assist and direct the patient or client in achieving optimum function. The graduates will
contribute to their practice and society through continued professional growth and service
within the community and the profession of physical therapy.

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The Faculty of Physical Therapy believes in educating students to serve the physical therapy
needs of society by alleviating and eliminating impairments, functional limitations, and
disabilities in people of all ages, with acute and chronic conditions; in addition to promoting
prevention and wellness in all people. The Department focuses on creating an interactive
learning environment that is learner-centered, interactive, and facilitated by faculty
members. In the UOS Physical Therapy program, we utilize a variety of educational methods

(e.g. didactic, case-based, reflective learning) to enhance critical thinking and clinical decision-
making, while utilizing an evidence-based approach that promotes attitudes towards lifelong
learning.

Programs

Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)

Duration: 05 years (Annual system)

Eligibility: F.Sc. (pre medical) or equivalent with at
least 55% marks