Copyright reserved for Father Muller: Physiotherapy education material
Mangaluru: Dr Garima Gupta and Ms Aishwarya Gatty, esteemed faculty members at Father Muller College of Physiotherapy a Unit of FMCI, have achieved a significant milestone by obtaining a copyright for their educational masterpiece, “Early Movements, Early Recovery: Handouts for Patients and Caregivers.”
This copyrighted material represents a pioneering effort in patient education, focusing on the pivotal role of early movements in the recovery journey. The handouts are meticulously crafted to cater to both patients and caregivers, offering a wealth of information on the benefits of initiating movement early in the recovery process.
The copyrighted content encompasses a comprehensive range of topics, including the positive impact of early movements, essential precautions to be observed, and practical examples of movements tailored for individuals confined to bed. The objective is to empower patients and caregivers with knowledge that can enhance the rehabilitation process and contribute to a faster and more effective recovery.
The achievement underscores the commitment of Father Muller College of Physiotherapy to advancing patient care through innovative educational resources. Dr Gupta and Ms Gatty’s dedication to enhancing rehabilitation outcomes has resulted in a valuable contribution to the field of physiotherapy.
This copyrighted material is expected to serve as a valuable resource for healthcare professionals, patients, and caregivers alike, facilitating informed decision-making and fostering a proactive approach to recovery. Father Muller College of Physiotherapy continues to lead the way in promoting excellence in healthcare education and patient care.