It is the course which focuses on the use of Physical therapy massages, Physical movements and exercise to improve and cure injuries, deformities and diseases. It also involves diagnosis and examination of the various physical conditions.
Physiotherapists are now recruited by hospitals, clinics, health centres, NGO's, etc. Physiotherapists also work with surgeons. Hence, due to the increasing demand one must opt for this.
10+2 ( with Biology as a subject) with a 'Common Enterance Test (CET)' to clear their admission in BPT.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Master of Physiotherapy
Post Graduate Certificate Course in Sports Physiotherapy (PGCSP)
The job scope for a Physiotherapist is very immense, Since with age people tend to develop bone and muscle problems which therefore needs to be cured by Physiotherapy. Even in India, the live expectancy is getting higher which means more and more number of aged people who needs to go through these treatments.