Physiotherapists are trained to help patients develop, maintain and restore their ability to move and function. They help patients to improve their level of physical activity, reduce pain and prevent further injuries.
Physiotherapists assess the functional ability of patients and tailor personalised rehabilitation plans accordingly. These include prescription of exercises, as well as various forms of therapy and treatments to help them recover and restore as much of their functions as possible to improve their overall quality of life. In addition, they are also involved in various education programmes such as falls prevention and weight management.
How to become a Physiotherapist?
To practise as a Physiotherapist, you will require a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy.
All our Physiotherapists are registered with the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC).
For more information on institutions offering professional training to become a Physiotherapist, visit the links below:
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