What is it like to become a Physiotherapist?
As a Physiotherapist you will help people improve their mobility and regain their independence after an injury or operation, or as a result of ageing or a disability.
You’ll focus on identifying and maximising movement to improve the health and wellbeing of your patients.
Your role is vital in treating a variety of conditions such as:
And work with people on a daily basis, recommending exercise, carrying out massage, and using high-tech ultrasound equipment or even hydrotherapy pools, depending on your patients’ needs. Once a patient’s movement problem has been diagnosed, you’ll work with them to determine a treatment plan. You’ll also promote good health and advise people on how to avoid injury.