Those who want to opt physiotherapy course as their career are required to go for B.S degree in physiotherapy for which eligibility is 10+2 passed or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry" Biology and English with 50% marks in each subjects separately. After this one can also go in for Post graduation

Selection is made on the basis of Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted by different state governments. Some Universities and Institutes conduct their own entrance test. Degree level courses in Physiotherapy generally range from 3 to 4 years. For a Degree Level course, the last six months involve an internship period at a hospital.

A physiotherapist treats cases such as fracture, dislocation, amputation, deformities born or acquired, nerve injuries, cerebral, heart and chest conditions, skin conditions, gynecological cases, muscular diseases/wound, burns, plastic surgery etc. referred to him by a Physician. He may also have patients including those who have contracted polio, or who are suffering from an emotional illness. The Physiotherapist might work with any patient who need retraining in order to be able to carry on at least some of his former activities. Besides skill and art in the profession, it is therapist's own attitude which counts most in reassuring the patient that their case is not hopeless. The therapist is always a source of inspiration to the patients. He often gives courage to keep trying. Patients often need to learn on the therapist's emotional as well as physical trength. Therefore, Physiotherapist is required to possess emotional stability, earnest desire to elp others, good health, patience and cool temperament.

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