Be a Physiotherapist and power people

Losing the ability to do basic things like sitting up or walking can be upsetting and highly frustrating. Imagine the struggles faced by stroke patients who have to relearn their mobility skills or injured athletes who require rehabilitation. As a physiotherapist, you will not only help such individuals regain their physical mobility but also restore their confidence and encourage them to live life to the fullest.
With your skills and expertise, you will assess and treat a variety of conditions associated with the cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, neuromuscular and respiratory systems of the body. You will then customise treatments and craft person-centred rehabilitation programmes. With patience and encouragement, you will be instrumental in helping your clients get their life back on track.

Do you have what it takes to be a Physiotherapist? 

To be a practising physiotherapist, you need to have one of the following qualifications: 
  • Diploma in Physiotherapy from an accredited foreign institution
  • Degree in Physiotherapy from an accredited university
To ensure that industry professional standards are adhered to, every physiotherapist must be registered with the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) before starting their practice. Find out how you can register here.  

Keen to pursue a career as a Physiotherapist? We invite you to apply for the Social Service Scholarship! Administered by NCSS, this scholarship supports both undergraduate and postgraduate studies in social work and other social service-related disciplines. To find out more, visit our scholarship page.

Be an agent of change and help to power people’s lives as a physiotherapist – visit our Job Portal today. 

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