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what is The Market demand Of Physiotherapy In India?

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The general perception or the mind block of majority in India, is that physiotherapists are concerned only with massage and exercise. But one should know that’s not all there is lot more to add to this most acients medical science that was used for pain relief therapy.

Unforturnately despite rising taumna case and cnaging life style, the aware is not so High of the medical stream of Physiotherapy as compared to countries like USA, European Countries,Australia, etc.

For those, who always wanted to be a doctor but  could not crack the medical college entrance examination or had finaciai implication? Don’t loose your heart, you can still servve the community and belong to the medical fraternity as doctor of physiotherapy. The demand for this medical science has been growing eponentially ower past few years. It a sunrise for this un explored medical science of Physiotherapy is There is a great — and rising — demand for physiotherapists with all kinds of patients, including those recovering from surgery and accidents and those suffering from chronic diseases like arthritis, needing their services. Even sports icons, pop stars, fashion models, and sedentary executives are taking to physiotherapy to keep fit and knock themselves into shape.

As per the statistical data by WHO (World Health Organisation), in India there should be one Physiotherapist for every 10,000 citizens. Condidering the Indian Population reaching 1,395,685,875 as on date (24/06/202) data source by (Live country population meter https://countrymeters.info, the demand for number of physiotherapist in India is around 1.4 lacs. This shows there is a Huge gaps in demand and supply of Physiotherapist in India. Considering this, employment and career prospects are excellent for physiotherapists. They are much needed in hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, rehabilitation centres for the handicapped, schools for the mentally challenged and physically disabled children, health institutions, and defence medical establishments