Occupational Therapy is an allied health science dealing with both physically and mentally ill clients. It is a practice of assessment and intervention to develop and maintain activities of individuals in the day-to-day functions.
Occupational therapy involves in the activities of work, self care, leisure and play to enhance development of skills and possibilities. It may include adapting the work or environment as per the present abilities of the client, to achieve maximum independence and to enhance the quality of life. It is the job of an Occupational Therapist to figure out which areas are affected and how we can assist that person in performing these activities in a more functional and successful way.
4 years 6 months
HSC with Physics / Chemistry / Biology
In this specialty, the student will acquire the experience of working with a broad range of conditions that fall under two distinct headings; acquired brain injury and progressive neurological conditions such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, dementia ...More Info
MOT pediatrics students are also skilled to identify developmental delays in various conditions such as cerebral palsy, chromosomal anomalies, other neurological and orthopedic conditions causing developmental delays and treat them to be independent...More Info
The two years Post Graduate programme in Psychiatry prepares the students in the speciality level to be able to review theory of Psychological process, Develop a deeper understanding of Occupational Therapy processes, Context and Media in Mental Health...More Info
BOT with 55% Marks
The college has been approved by the Government of Tamil Nadu and affiliated to the Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R Medical University, Chennai.
Welcome to KMCH College of Physiotherapy, Healthcare is today seeing exponential growth. The practice of medicine cannot be limited to just “curing” the disease but demands the holistic restoration of the patient to their maximum functional potential. This requires the input of various personnel who constitute a healthcare team. A physiotherapist is a very important person in this team, and their role is pivotal in hastening recovery, reducing the hospital stay and returning the patients to their full functional status. The applications of technology in medicine is increasing and contributing to more effective therapy protocols. KMCH college of Physiotherapy has been at the forefront of training physiotherapists who are able to meet the demands of this profession in various scenarios across the globe.
At KMCH we believe that education should be holistic. We expect our students to be interactive and not passive learners. We expect you to employ critical and creative thinking skills to solve problems; and pose questions, examine possibilities, and apply skills to find solutions. Developing a professional attitude right from the first year is imperative to grow into a skilled and respected healthcare professional at the end of the course, and this professional attitude needs to be displayed in the way you dress, talk and carry yourself at all times.
We expect the parents to regularly interact with us and join hands with us in ensuring that every student who completes their education at KMCH will be a respected and competent professional.