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Urgently Required In physiotherapy in Cornea Health Care

Keywords / Skills : Physiotherapy

1 - 3 years
Posted: 2019-08-22

Health Care
Other Roles
Posted On
22nd Aug 2019
Job Description
Tasks can include:

helping patients recover from accident, illness or injury

organising therapeutic physical exercise sessions

providing massages

using specialist techniques such as electrotherapy and ultrasound

collecting statistics

writing reports

liaising with professionals such as doctors and nurses

providing education and advice about exercise and movement

keeping up to date with the latest advancements in the profession

There are good opportunities for promotion: a structured career path exists within the NHS, and openings commonly occur within the private sector. Alternatively physiotherapists can specialise or move into teaching, research and managerial positions.


Typical employers of physiotherapists

Private/sports clinics


Nursing homes

Community centres


Industrial organisations

Special schools

Mental health and learning disability services

Local and professional sports clubs and centres

Relevant experience gained via voluntary work, placements or through employment as a physiotherapy support worker or assistant is very beneficial. Jobs are advertised on the websites of NHS trusts and on NHS Jobs, on the website of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, and in national newspapers and specialist publications such as Frontline, Physiotherapy Journal and their respective websites.

Qualifications and training required

To qualify as a state registered physiotherapist you will need to take a physiotherapy degree approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). You will then need to register with the HCPC.

Full-time physiotherapy degrees typically take three years. There are also some two-year accelerated physiotherapy degrees suitable for those who already have a degree in a relevant subject, such as sports or life science.

To get onto a physiotherapy degree course you usually need two or three A levels, including a biological science and/or PE, along with five GSCE passes including English, maths and at least one science, or equivalent qualifications.

Key skills for physiotherapists

Good time management

The ability to build a rapport with patients from a variety of backgrounds and communicate with their relatives and carers

Tolerance and patience

Good physical health and fitness

Interpersonal skills

Team working skills

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cornea health care
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