Physiotherapists use expert knowledge in the structure of the human body and its movement to treat and manage a range of health conditions. These may include musculoskeletal, neurological and cardiorespiratory conditions as well as chronic health conditions such as diabetes, obesity and osteoarthritis. Physiotherapists work in hospitals, community health centres, sporting clubs, and private practices.
Studying physiotherapy opens a wide range of career paths.
- Private practice
- Community health
- Hospitals and acute care
- Aged Care
- Sports physiotherapy
- Occupational health
How to book a workshop
Please email us for enquiries or booking an interactive workshop for your school.
|Title||Beyond sporting injuries|
|Description||This session is to introduce students to the variety of skills that a physiotherapist acquires over time. While most people know about knee injuries associated with sport, not everyone knows about the breadth of skills. These skills range from working with small children with walking difficulties to working with very sick people in intensive care wards in hospitals.|
|Session length||45 - 55 minutes|
|Class size||20 - 30|
|Location||On-campus or off-campus|