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Class Notes for PHTY203 at Australian Catholic University

Clinical Exercise Physiology for Physiotherapists

PHTY203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, One-Repetition Maximum, Shortness Of Breath
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Exercise and Chronic Disease The evidence for resistance exercise o Systematic Review by Latham et al 2004 Progressive Resistance Training in older population resulted in a moderate to larg...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Alex Wirianski
PHTY203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Valsalva Maneuver, Upper Limb, Cardiorespiratory Fitness
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Aerobic Exercise Describe the normal changes in HR, SV, CO, BP, blood flow distribution and oxygen transport during steady state exercise, incremental exercise and in recovery. Heart rate o Exercise -> cel...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Alex Wirianski
PHTY203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Biceps Femoris Muscle, Plyometrics, Leg Press
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Restoring Performance: Hamstring and TKR Develop an appropriate management plan for a person returning to high level function Develop an appropriate exercise program to increase muscle strength and endurance suitable for...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Alex Wirianski
PHTY203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Bench Press, Plyometrics, One-Repetition Maximum
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Power and Plyometrics Describe the relationship between strength and power as it relates to a resistance training program Power o Power is the maximum amount of work an individual can perform in a given unit...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Alex Wirianski
PHTY203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Knee Replacement, Core Stability, Pilates
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Designing and Conducting Exercise Classes Group exercise o Overall purpose of group exercise is to help participants improve their QOL through beneficial movement and social interaction o Aim to improve: Cardiorespiratory ...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Alex Wirianski
PHTY203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Cardiac Output, Insulin Resistance, Total Fertility Rate
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Physical Changes in Middle and Older Age List the sensori-motor changes that occur with normal aging Sensory systems (visual, vestibular, somato-sensory) o Visual system Reduced quality o...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Alex Wirianski
PHTY203 Lecture 7: Physical Activity across the Lifespan
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Physical Activity across the Lifespan List the special considerations for prescribing exercise for pregnant women, children and adolescents, and older adults Pregnant women o Significant anatomical and physiological change...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Alex Wirianski
PHTY203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Orthostatic Hypotension, Metabolic Acidosis, Maximum Force
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Deconditioning and Bed Rest Define deconditioning a loss of physical fitness due to inability to maintain an optimal level of physical activity or training the multiple changes in organ system physiology that are induced b...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Alex Wirianski
PHTY203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Respiratory System, Homeostasis, Circulatory System
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Acute and Long Term Responses to Resistance Exercise Describe the energy systems used in RT and how they influence performance Although each energy system contributes to the production of ATP during resistance train...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Alex Wirianski
PHTY203 Lecture 5: Resistance Training - Program Possession and Self-Management
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Resistance Training Program Possession and Self Management Review of concepts o The training process Requires a long term view is not just sets and reps Multifaceted Requires detailed planning Depends upon 3 basic traini...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Alex Wirianski
PHTY203 Lecture 4: Fundamentals of Resistance Training Program Design
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Fundamentals of Resistance Training Program Design Describe the 7 steps for developing a training programme and discuss the factors that need to be considered for each step. Purpose of a training program design o To produc...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Alex Wirianski
PHTY203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lipoprotein, Cytoplasm, Weight-Bearing
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Energy Systems and Energy Transfer During Exercise Friday, 3 August 2018 7:16 PM Define metabolism, energy expenditure, thermic effect of food, thermic effect of exercise, basal metabolic rate, resting metabolic rate, ne...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Alex Wirianski
PHTY203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Physical Therapy, Disability-Adjusted Life Year, Kidney Failure
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Physical activity and its role in physiotherapy Monday, 23 July 2018 8:46 PM Movement, physical activity and exercise o Movement = volinvoluntary motions performed by the whole person or any body part, the movement may be ...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Alex Wirianski
PHTY203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Amodiaquine, Goal Setting, Osteoporosis
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Physical activity consultation process 1. Describe the aims of the physical activity consultation process: Aims of the consultation o Acquire all relevant information o Risk stratify PARQ, Adult Preexercise Screening Tool ...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Alex Wirianski
PHTY203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: One-Repetition Maximum, Bench Press, Strength Training

PHTY 203 Wk 4 Lectures Describe the 7 steps for developing a training programme and discuss the factors that need to be considered for each step. 1. Needs analysis Evaluation of the sport or ADL bio...

Physiotherapy
PHTY203
Cath Emmerson

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