Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) is a 4-year course that will train you in physical therapy, massages, physical movements and exercise to improve and cure injuries, deformities and diseases. The course provides education, advice, and counseling services for various health conditions such as aging, pain, injury, diseases, disorders, or other environmental factors that affects movement and function.
Along with theory, it comprises of clinical internship to get an insight into science of physical movement aimed at preventing disease and disability. It allows the trainees to incorporate their critical thinking skills, hands-on practice, and professional behaviors into actual clinical scenarios. This course will allow the students to:
Become a certified physiotherapist by enrolling for Bachelor of Physiotherapy from CEDP Skill Institute.
HSC with science stream (PCB)
A growing and aging population and other patents with complex health conditions are seeking expanded health services, which has led to an increased demand for physiotherapists.
Work as a Physiotherapist in hospitals, sports training facilities, orthopedic departments, fitness centers, private clinics and other health care facilities in India and abroad. You can also become an entrepreneur by setting up a physiotherapy clinic.
Candidates can choose to pursue Master in Physiotherapy that will further help them enhance their employability skills.
NEET is not mandatory to enroll in physiotherapy course. You can pursue the course after successful completion of the 10+2 level of education in the Science stream from a recognized educational board.
Physiotherapy is a good career option for the aspirants who intend to make a career in the healthcare industry. It offers great job opportunities and ensures high pay packages.
Students after completing BPT can set up their own physiotherapy centre. They can also choose to pursue a master in physiotherapy.
The demand for physiotherapists is increasing rapidly because of growth in the older population and various other factors dealing with health conditions like stroke, sport injury or other musculoskeletal disorders.