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Why choose Physiotherapy?

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Physiotherapy isn’t just limited to athletes looking to heal and recover faster. Physiotherapy is an effective and now globally accepted method, which is used for healing pain by massage or manual physical therapy. Physician considen this as most effective method for treatment and rehablitation programs. It is mainly used by sports person, office workers, ageing person and patients those are being treated or have undergone various types of surgeries. It helps them to get relief as soon as possible. This treatment is used during severe injuries or diseases.


Becoming a physiotherapist means you can play a key role in enabling people to improve their health, wellbeing and quality of life.
It's a profession that works with people to identify and maximise their ability to move and function – an essential part of what it means to be healthy.
In order to become a physiotherapist, you must study at university for Bachelor degree in physiotherapy of 4 half years.
Once you have a physiotherapy degree you are eligible to register with the IAP. You can also join the IAP as a qualified member and enjoy the member status that inspires public confidence and provides an advantage in the jobs market.
So if you want an academic qualification and professional status, physiotherapy can be a great choice of career:

Flexible employment opportunities

Physiotherapy offers you many different and flexible employment options. Once you have qualified and gained some clinical experience you could go on to become:

a physiotherapist to a national sporting team
a physiotherapy lecturer in a university
a researcher for a patient charity  Society
a consultant physiotherapist in musculoskeletal services
a physio running their own private practice
a physiotherapy services manager.
a consultant physiotherapist in hospital .
a consultant physiotherapist in paediatric centre.
a consultant physiotherapist  in school and educational institutions.