Diploma in Physiotherapy

Duration of Diploma:
It is two and three year diploma Programme

Eligibility:
Students with physics, chemistry, biology in 10+2 with 50% marks.The course is designed so that students will understand the current practices in the industry.

About the Programme:
The aim of physiotherapy is to enhance the health, functional ability and well-being of the population. Physiotherapists offer their services in curing various ailments like back ache, spondylitis, sports injuries, cardiopulmonary disorders, joint pains and children’s disorders.. During the educational process there is particular emphasis on promotion of the functional ability of the elderly.
co-operation-, teaching- and guidance- skills which are essential in rehabilitation, in close co-operation with a variety of client groups. Students also practice the skills necessary in multi-professional team- and project-work. Throughout the education there is an emphasis on developing skills which are necessary not only for providing physiotherapy services but also for the development of physiotherapy practice.
Whether the daily aches and pains, the neck pains of the IT professionals, the joint pains of the aged, or the serious accidents that come our way, physiotherapy has a place in every hospital and rehabilitation clinics all over the world .It holds the keys to rehabilitate cases of paralysis, fractures, muscle pains deformities etc., by promoting good health and therapeutic modalities and exercises.
Physiotherapy is a science where ailments are assessed, diagnosed and treated by physical agents like heat, cold sound, light and exercise. A truly wholistic approach is adapted in out rehab programs that extend in specialties in Orthopedics (bone, muscle and ligament), Neurology (nerves &brain), Cardio thoracic (heart and lungs), Pediatrics (children) Sports (Sport Injuries) and women’s health (OBG).

Career Opportunities:
In India, the job opportunities for physiotherapists are on demand. students will get opportunities to work in hospitals, private clinics, fitness centres, offices, colleges and sports clubs.

Physiotherapist work in
a. Clinics
b. Hospitals
c. Rehabilitation Centers
d. Sports Clubs
e. Medical Firms