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This course follows a hands-on approach in developing your skills for an effective career in physiotherapy. Not only are you taught diagnosing and treating patients with problems in their joints, muscles and nerves, your clinical reasoning skills too get brushed up. You are given a thorough training in treating ailments without the use of any drugs. Since it involves physical force, while administering physiotherapy, you get to learn providing proper care to your patients, without any injuries and also assisting them to help remain fit. Along with the theory part of the training you will have to go for an extensive clinical practice and will be practising under the watchful eyes of the supervisors. To become a great physiotherapist you need lots of practice and experience.
In recent years, because of the aging profile of the population and due to other factors like awareness, income growth, leisurely lifestyles, work related ailments, there has been a growth in physiotherapy related jobs. As a physiotherapist, you get to work in a number of areas including sports coaching, schools, colleges, hospitals, clinics, special care schools, community centres, old age homes and even in some workplaces. A lot many of them go for private practice too. Other than those who are into practice, many physiotherapists go for an academic or research based career. For that they go for a PhD. There are opportunities in government service as well as in the private organizations and hospitals too. Sports coaching is one area, where physiotherapists are playing an important role in wound care and as part of the physical fitness regimen.
Master of Physiotherapy (M.P.T) Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year
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