ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES COURSES

Allied health sciences encompass a broad range of healthcare professions that work alongside medical and nursing professionals to provide diagnostic, therapeutic, and supportive services to patients. These professionals play critical roles in healthcare delivery, often focusing on specific aspects of patient care and treatment. Here are some branches of allied health sciences:

  1. Medical Laboratory Science*: Medical laboratory scientists perform laboratory tests to aid in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases. They analyze blood, urine, and other bodily fluids, as well as tissues, to provide valuable information to physicians.
  1. Radiologic Technology*: Radiologic technologists operate imaging equipment such as X-ray, MRI, CT scans, and ultrasound machines to produce diagnostic images. They assist physicians in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases.
  1. Occupational Therapy*: Occupational therapists help individuals with physical, developmental, or emotional disabilities to regain or improve their ability to perform daily activities and tasks. They focus on enhancing independence and quality of life through therapeutic interventions and adaptive strategies.
  1. Physical Therapy*: Physical therapists work with patients to rehabilitate injuries, manage pain, improve mobility, and restore physical function. They use exercises, manual therapy, and other modalities to help individuals recover from injuries or surgeries.
  1. Speech-Language Pathology*: Speech-language pathologists assess, diagnose, and treat communication and swallowing disorders in individuals of all ages. They work with patients with speech impediments, language delays, stuttering, and swallowing difficulties.
  1. Respiratory Therapy*: Respiratory therapists evaluate and treat patients with breathing disorders, such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and respiratory failure. They administer oxygen therapy, perform pulmonary function tests, and assist with mechanical ventilation.
  1. Nutrition and Dietetics*: Dietitians and nutritionists assess dietary needs, develop meal plans, and provide nutritional counseling to individuals and groups. They promote healthy eating habits and help manage medical conditions such as diabetes, obesity, and heart disease.
  1. Medical Assisting*: Medical assistants perform administrative and clinical tasks in healthcare settings, including taking patient histories, measuring vital signs, preparing patients for exams, and assisting physicians with procedures.

These allied health professions require specialized education and training, often culminating in certification or licensure, and play vital roles in supporting patient care across various healthcare settings

COURSES
  • BSC AT & OT
  • BSC MIT
  • BPH
  • BHA
  • BSC MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY
  • RESPIRATORY THERAPY
  • RADIOTHERAPY TECHNOLOGY
  • RENAL DIALISIS TECHNOLOGY
  • NUEROSCIENCE TECHNOLOGY
  • PERFUSION TECHNOLOGY
  • CARDIAC CARE TECHNOLOGY
  • BSC EMERGENCY & TRUAMA CARE TECHNOLOGY
  • BSC MEDICAL LAB TECHNOLOGY

OUR COLLEGES

  1. MVM GROUP OF INSTITUITIONS,BANGALORE
  2. EAST POINT GROUP OF INSTITUITIONS,BANGALORE
  3. YENAPOYA UNIVERSITY,BANGALORE
  4. DAYANANDHA SAGAR,BANGALORE
  5. BGS GLOBAL INTITUITE OF ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES,BANAGALORE
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