Physiotherapy continues as an integral part of World’s evolving healthcare system, and practitioners can have a satisfying career helping people, from newborn to elderly, function at their optimum ability. Physical therapists work to prevent or overcome the effects of disease or injury for clients in a range of vibrant environments, including acute care hospitals, rehabilitation hospitals, outpatient centers, individual homes, skilled nursing facilities, public school systems, and private practice. Physical therapists also work as educators, researchers, and consultants.
Bachelor in Physiotherapy (BPT) is a 4-year undergraduate program in physiotherapy with 6 months of mandatory clinical internship. They have almost similar subjects like graduation course in developed countries and can practice in different settings.
After the graduation Physiotherapist (PTs’) could go for further specialization in Cardiovascular & pulmonary physiotherapy, Neurology, Musculoskeletal, Sports, pediatrics, Obstetrics -Gynecology, or undertake Research.
The Bachelor of Physiotherapy takes a comprehensive approach to learning about the prevention, diagnosis and therapeutic management of pain and disorders of human movement. You will learn about the diversity of clinical specialties that are required to meet the unique needs of clients and to enhance the health and welfare of the wider community.