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Physiotherapist advice

Working as a physiotherapist you will help people who are recovering from an accident, operation or illness. This is a professional position, requiring extensive training, but is also very rewarding.

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Working as a physiotherapist you will treat patients with a range of physical difficulties, typically as a result of an accident, surgery, an illness, or simply as a result of the ageing process.

Physiotherapists work with people to increase their strength and range of motion, using a variety of techniques including:

  • Physical manipulation
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Massage
  • Exercise
  • Ultrasound
This is a professional position which requires a degree that is approved by the Health Professions Council (HPC).

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