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Physiotherapy- A Lucrative Career Option In The Field Of Medicine

Health is the most important asset for leading a hurdle- free life. As usually said, health is wealth; good health is the reason behind a great life. People without any health problems are very happy and usually in a pleasant mood. Mental and physical stress are very much interconnected, so a person who is physically fit, generally has a smooth and calm life overall. Doctors or other professions related to medicine are very famous among the students and most of the medical students aim to become a doctor due to the respect this profession gets.

With the masses getting aware of the side effects of alternative medicines, people are getting more cautious about the methods or the treatments, one undertake to cure a particular disease. Also, with the advancements in technology and the changing work and general lifestyles, discovery of new diseases is also becoming a regular phenomenon. Due to all this, people prefer taking precautions towards the use and practice of their daily habits, to have minimum encounter to the medicinal institutes.

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Career in PHYSIOTHERAPY

Physiotherapy is a therapeutic treatment concerned with prevention, treatment and management of movement disorders arising from conditions and diseases occurring throughout the lifespan. Physical therapy is performed by either a physical therapist (PT) or a physical therapist assistant (PTA) acting under the direction of a PT.

However, various non-PT health professionals  employ the use of some physical therapeutic modalities in practice. A program of physical therapy will typically also involve a patient’s caregivers. Physiotherapy is the system of treatment of disease and disability using physical exercises. It is a vital rehabilitative service needed in a community and a therapeutic supplement of the medical profession, integral to the treatment of most patients.

Physiotherapy  seeks to improve movement dysfunction, promote optimal health and functions of the human body. It helps in optimal functioning of the body and involves the assessment, maintenance, restoration of the physical function and performance. It is  recommended for people with degenerative disorders, the physically challenged, sportspeople and those suffering from arthritis and neurological disorders etc;

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Are You Interested In A Career In Physiotherapy

If one wants to help others with physical problems, one might want to start a physiotherapy career.  By doing so, one could learn to evaluate physical problems, create plans for patients, and see to carrying out those plans.  A physiotherapy career can be professionally rewarding.

The average physiotherapist is between 25 and 54, earns $50,000 to $60,000, and works in a full-time salaried position.  Many of these started out with a BA degree, but the trend is towards hiring MA degree or doctoral degree holders who are beginning a physiotherapy career. Read more…

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Are You Thinking of Beginning a Physiotherapy Career

The physiotherapy career is a healthcare profession which deals with movement disorders of the body arising from certain conditions or illnesses. Treatment through physiotherapy can also be more efficient and cheap than other traditional medication or therapy.

Usually, the person who performs physiotherapy is called a physical therapist. However, there are also other professionals who perform some physiotherapy practices, like chiropractors or caregivers. The physiotherapy career is very broad and has various classifications. Examples of these classifications are psychological sickness, physical rehabilitation, occupational health, and care for the aging.

Individuals in the physiotherapy career study their patient’s history and physical condition in dealing with the movement disorders. The physiotherapy career combines understanding, expertise and methodology to handle certain physical problems of the patient. Read more…

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Beginning a Physiotherapy Career

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The physiotherapy career is a healthcare profession which deals with movement disorders of the body arising from certain conditions or illnesses. Treatment through physiotherapy can also be more efficient and cheap than other traditional medication or therapy.

Usually, the person who performs physiotherapy is called a physical therapist. However, there are also other professionals who perform some physiotherapy practices, like chiropractors or caregivers. The physiotherapy career is very broad and has various classifications. Examples of these classifications are psychological sickness, physical rehabilitation, occupational health, and care for the aging. Read more…

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Physiotherapy – Good Or Bad Career Choice?

I’ve been a physiotherapist for 6 years in Australia. In Australia, physiotherapy is very difficult to get into through a university. For instance, the TER score (score after you finish your high school certificate) was 93 in 2000. That was the third highest score to apply for through university. Now, you may think that the higher the difficulty to apply, the higher the prestige, income and satisfaction the job will be. You think so right? Wrong!

Let me tell you, physiotherapy or physical therapist as a career choice is not what you think. I came to think when doing the course I expect a high income and high levels of satisfaction, but from my experience and others this is totally wrong. I have friends who have been doing physiotherapy for more than 5 years who have changed careers because they thought physiotherapy will get them nowhere. I’ve been told by one of the board members of the physiotherapy association that there is no physiotherapist working full time in a private practice above 45. So it seems many physiotherapists are not satisfied with their career.

So why is it that many physiotherapists aren’t satisfied with their careers? I can give you three good reasons.

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