While the Bachelor’s programme focuses on the roles of the clinician, the scientist and the professional, the Master’s programme goes more into detail and concentrates on integration, internationalisation, practice and scientific research.
The Master of Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy is specifically designed for students who are motivated to pursue advanced studies in the domain of rehabilitation and physiotherapy. The programme focusses on the scientific perspective and evidence-based practice in physiotherapy and comprises a balance between theoretical training and clinical practice (internships, seminars, Master’s thesis).
Are you interested in the rehabilitation of people with neurological conditions such as vestibular disorders, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis, or in the rehabilitation of people after a stroke? Then the Master of Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy: Neurological Conditions is an excellent choice.
In this major special attention goes to:
- use of clinical scales in clinical neurological examination and neurological rehabilitation at advanced level;
- safe reconditioning of patients after a stroke and practical organisation of the neurological rehabilitation setting;
- specific topics in neurological rehabilitation such as balance dysfunction, the quadriplegic patient, the patient with Parkinson’s disease, assessment and treatment of patients with a vestibular disorder;
As a Master of Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy in Neurological Conditions graduate you will have the necessary practical skills and theoretical knowledge to start a professional career as a physiotherapy practitioner and/or scientific scholar.