Physiotherapist

Through therapy, physiotherapists support patients in rehabilitating physical conditions caused by disease, accident, disability, or ageing. Physiotherapists' tasks include preparing procedures, evaluating rehabilitation, and performing patient therapeutic activities.

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Starting Salaries

Avg. 

304000

Min. 

120000

Max. 

968000

What you need to get started

  • +2 years of experience is required.

Employment Outlook

  • There are multiple opportunities to work with private physiotherapy clinics, sports clinics, football clubs, special schools and units, and nursing homes.

  • There are opportunities within physiotherapy services to move to a management post responsible for strategy, budgets, personnel, or general medical services management.

Educational Qualifications

  • Bachelors in Physiotherapy ( BPT ) 

  • Masters in Physiotherapy ( MPT ) 

Soft Skills

  • Attention to detail

  • Problem Solving Skills

  • Analytical thinking

  • Organizational skills

  • Attention to detail

  • Empathy

  • Communication Skills

Technical Skills

  • Proficient in movement disorders and treatment options

  • Motor skills 

  • Anatomy

  •  Biology

  • Chemistry 

  •  Physiology

  • Physical awareness 

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Pros

  • Good opportunities for job growth and security

  • Steady, consistent work hours

  • Good work-life balance

  • A career that is in demand

  • Opportunities to start your own private practice

  • Great pay

Cons

  • Long study duration

  • Schooling is expensive

  • Highly competitive field to enter

  • If working in a hospital, workload can significantly increase

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