MS in Physical Therapy | MS Physical Therapy In Pakistan | TUF

MS Physical Therapy


The program is designed to achieve the following objectives on completion of the degree:

• To provide evidence based Physical Therapy education for primary care and team management

• To assess, examine, evaluate, monitor and record patient progress related to care plan the patients with complex musculoskeletal case presentations independently.

• To support patients in their decisions regarding surgery and develop treatment plan independently apply different mobilization and manipulation techniques.

Role and Scope

• Specialized musculoskeletal physical therapist can assess patients for MSK conditions, set a plan of action with the patient in conjunction with their realistic expectations and goals thus provide a rehabilitation programme for a specified referred condition. They able for self-management principles /processes to help reduce recurrence of symptoms and escalate to MSK expert services for further management as required if patient not improving.

• They can work in rehab programs more effectively in OPD’s and IPD, sports injuries clinic, pain management’s clinics.

  • Duration

    4 Semesters (2 years)

  • Eligibility

    Doctor of Physical Therapy/BS Physical Therapy by securing minimum CGPA 2.0 out of 4.00 or first division. GAT (General)/TUF Entry Test with minimum 50% score

  • credit hours


  • Fee Rs


semesters and courses


Semester 1

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
BMPTS-611 Basic Medical & Physical Therapy Sciences 3(2-1)
ACR-612 Advance Clinical Reasoning’s 3(3-0)
DDPT-613 Differential Diagnosis in physical Therapy 3(3-0)
DDPT-613 Intervention Strategies in Rehab 3(2-1)
  Credit Hours 12

Semester 2

Specialization Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
All Specializations MIR-715 Medical Informatics & Research Methodology 3(2-1)
Musculoskeletal CAM-711 Concepts and Assessment of MSK 3(2-1)
IM-712 Intervention of MSK 3(2-1)
ABM-713 Advance Biomechanics 3(3-0)
Neuro Musculoskeletal NADA-711 Neurological Assessment and Diagnostic Approaches 3(2-1)
PNM-712 Principles of Neuromuscular Management 3(2-1)
PANAR-713 Pediatrics and Adult Neurological Rehabilitation 3(2-1)
Orthopedics Manual MIT-711 Manual Therapy Techniques-I
(Soft tissue Mobilization)
MTT-712 Manual Therapy Techniques-II Joint Mobilization & Manipulation(Upper & Lower Extremities) 3(2-1)
MTT-713 Manual Therapy Techniques-III Spinal Mobilization & manipulation including cervical,thoracic and lumber regions 3(2-1)
    Credit Hours : 12

Semester 3 & 4

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
RT-721 Research/Thesis 6(0-6)
CRP-721 Clinical Residency 6(0-6)
  Credit Hours 12