Academic Year 2023/2024

  • Docente: Lisa Berti
  • Credits: 2
  • SSD: MED/34
  • Language: Italian
  • Teaching Mode: Traditional lectures
  • Campus: Bologna
  • Corso: First cycle degree programme (L) in Orthopaedics Techniques (cod. 5915)

Learning outcomes

At the end of the module the student has the knowledge of the rehabilitative protocols for the lower limb and pelvis. He/she is able to perform an assessment of functional deficits in order to realize orthoses, prostheses and aids Modifica Course contents

Course contents

Biomechanics of the human body.

Elements of general kinesiology.

Kinesiological examination of the lower limb: hip, knee, ankle-foot complex.

Rehabilitation approach in coxarthrosis and gonarthrosis

Rehabilitation and orthotic approach in the main pathologies of the foot - Baropodometry


Basaglia N, Medicina riabilitativa - Medicina fisica e riabilitazione - Principi e pratica, Idelson Gnocchi

Kapandji IA, Anatomia funzionale, Feltrinelli

Teaching methods

Frontal lessons with Power Point and videos. Interactive methods for the active participation of students.

Assessment methods

Oral exam

The final exam consists of an oral exam in which the student will mainly discuss a topic taken from the program. As part of the interview, questions will also be asked aimed at verifying the degree of in-depth knowledge of the proposed topic and the other topics of the program, the critical ability to connect different knowledge to each other through logical-deductive connections and the achievement of a deep understanding of topics covered in class.

Gradation of the final grade:

Preparation on a very limited number of topics covered in the course and analytical skills that emerge only with the help of the teacher, expressed in an overall correct language → 18-19;

Preparation on a limited number of topics covered in the course and ability to autonomous analysis only on purely executive matters, expression in correct language → 20-24;

Preparation on a large number of topics covered in the course, ability to make independent choices of critical analysis, mastery of specific terminology → 25-29;

Comprehensive preparation on the topics covered in the course, ability to make autonomous choices of critical analysis and connection, full mastery of specific terminology and ability to argue and self-reflection → 30.

The achievement by the student of an integrated vision of the topics addressed in class, combined with their critical use, the ability to make connections, the demonstration of an expressive mastery and specific language will be evaluated with honors.

The criterion for integrating the grade into the final overall assessment of the CI provides for the weighted mathematical average based on credits

Teaching tools

During the lessons there will be projections with Power Point and educational videos. The teaching materials useful for preparation and supplementary purposes will be published online in the University platforms or are available from the teacher.

Office hours

See the website of Lisa Berti