Awarding to the one of the champion university. (Photo: Zaki/Humas)
Up to 32 teams from several universities throughout Indonesia are competing for the title in National Olympic of Physiotherapy University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM), FISIOKER. It was held at BAU Auditorium, Friday (22/3)
According to Chief Executive Muhammad Shohibul Ridho, the current Physioker National Olympic got a lot of enthusiasm. This is proven from the increase of the participant which enlivened this year Olympic.
“Alhamdulillah, the number of participant in this year FISIOKER National Olympic are increasing, from the last year joined universities which are 11 universities. Now, the joined universities are 15 universities,” he said.
This time, the yearly Physiotherapy National Olympic theme was “PESONA PHYSIOTHERAPY”, PESONA was an abbreviation from 3 competed categories, which are Pediatrics, Sport, and Neuromuscular.
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The presented judges in this competition were Amin Rochmat Hidayat, Sst.Ft. and Khabib Abdullah, Sst.Ft, M.Kes from the Indonesian Children's Physiotherapy Association (PFAI) for the Pediatric category.
For the Sport category, the judges were Syahmirza Indra Lesmana, SKM., Sst.Ft., M.Or. and Muhammad Said Abdullah, AMF from the Indonesian Sports Physiotherapy Association (PFOI). For the Neuromuscular category, the judges were Safun Rahmanto, Sst.Ft., M.Fis and Ali Multazam, S.Ft, Physio, M.Sc from Physiotherapy UMM Lecturers.
“I think this Olympic competition is quite tight, we can see from the result of each team were very close,” said a Health Polytechnic Surakarta Amos Bagus who won the general champion.
Not just Olympic, this event were also held a National Seminar and Workshop who present several key speakers. Such as Syahmirza Indra Lesmana, SKM., Sst.Ft., M.Or. (Indonesian Children's Physiotherapy Association), Dr. Krisna Yuarno Phatama (Orthopedic Medical Specialist and Member of ASEAN Society for Sport Med & Arthroscopy), and Wahyuddin, Sst.Ft.,M.Sc., Ph.D (The First S3 Physiotherapist in Indonesia). (joh)