The Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy for Sports is intended to give physical therapists the skills and resources they need to prevent and treat injuries and enable the rapid recovery of injured athletes in a multidisciplinary team setting.
They will also be able to fulfill the maximum preventative and therapeutic potential of their specialty, and will be qualified to perfect an evidence-based practice.
At the end of the master's degree, the student will receive the official title of Master's degree in sports physiotherapy, awarded by the Universidad Europea de Madrid.
The objective of the Master's degree in sports physiotherapy is to provide the student of a qualification of specific and multidisciplinary character that allows you to learn the latest techniques in the field of sports physiotherapy, as well as in research methodology.
It will bring qualities needed to work in multidisciplinary teams related to the world of sport, either clinicians or researchers, according to the descriptors contained in the Spanish framework of qualifications for higher education (MECES).
So objectives that arise are oriented in a triple direction: on the one hand aims to provide students training in the basic sciences related to sport, which are the basis of the application of the physiotherapeutic techniques and you will have to live together in their professional practice, such as the physiology of exercise, sports Traumatology , training, sports psychology, etc..
On the other hand, provide specific knowledge of the techniques from different fields of physical therapy and its application in sport in all its forms: training, prevention, recovery and improvement of athletic performance.
How This Course Will Benefit Your CareerThe goal of the Master's Degree is to train physical therapists in the latest techniques for treating athletes at every level. It is supported by fieldwork at one of the most prestigious sports clubs in the world.
Detailed course information
MODULE DE BASICS SCIENCES
Physiological bases of athletic training
Basic fitness training
Sports traumatology: head, face, spine, upper and lower limb
MODULE DE RELATED SCIENCES
Nutrition applied to physical therapy
MODULE DE BASICS TECHNIQUES PHYSICAL THERAPY
Manual functional recovery
Electrotherapy in sports
Protocols in physical therapy for sports
MODULE DE ADVANCED TECHNIQUES PHYSICAL THERAPY
Kinesio Taping (Official Certificate KT1-KT2)
High and low-load motor control
Osteopathy in sports
Recovery in the fitness room
Myofascial techniques in sports
Muscle chains applied to sports
MODULE DE RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND CLINICAL DOCUMENTATION
External practices at Sports Entities
Where and When
Campus de Villaviciosa de Odón
Calle Tajo, s/n, Villaviciosa de Odón, Nuñez de Balboa, 120, 28006 - Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Email & Website
Phone & Location
- Avda. Fernando Alonso, 8 28108 Alcobendas (Madrid), Exit 17 of A1