ADMISSION

Physical therapy is a branch of rehabilitative medicine aimed at helping patients maintain, recover or improve their physical abilities. Physical therapy or physiotherapy (sometimes abbreviated to PT) is a healthcare profession primarily concerned with the remediation of impairments and disabilities and the promotion of mobility, functional ability, quality of life and movement potential through examination, evaluation, diagnosis and physical intervention. The team of physiotherapist aims to give the best quality patient care within the happy environment. Its one of the most demanded course after 12th which helps you to become a clinical expertise in Physiotherapy.

What should I do after 12th to become a physiotherapist?

 

To become a physiotherapist, you can get guidance from the admission helpdesk, Santosh Institute of Allied Health Sciences, Ghaziabad. It is one of the colleges which gives you step-by-step guidance on admission procedures to learn about BPT course.

Santosh College of physiotherapy is one of the top ranking Colleges in Physiotherapy courses in Ghaziabad providing excellent education as well as training in the field of physiotherapy. It was established in 1996 with the aim to provide best quality care treatment and excellent education in the field of physiotherapy.

Does physiotherapy need NEET?

Till last year 2021 UGNEET was not required. As per Attal Bihari Vajpayee Medical University, Lucknow criteria, there is an entrance exam as per which 50% marks is needed. Syllabus of this entrance exams includes topics of physics, chemistry and biology level of 10th and 12th.

What are the requirements to study physiotherapy?

Course 

BPT

Full form

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Eligibility

10+2 with aggregate 50%marks in physics, chemistry and Biology from a recognized board 

Duration

Four and a half years(4.5 years)

Course Type

Regular mode

If you want to know fees for this structure

Opportunities after Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)

Government jobs:  BPT course graduates get jobs in both government sectors. Now a day’s every government hospital is having multiple vacancy for physiotherapist whether it is run by state government or central government and also they provide good pay scale. 

Hospitals: Hospitals mainly hire physiotherapists to help treat the patients with physical dysfunction and impairment for different departments. A successful Physiotherapist uses various therapeutic intervention techniques to treat a patient in the best possible manner. You can look Santosh Hospitals also.

Healthcare Centres: Healthcare centres recruit physiotherapist who work on the patients’ wellness and fitness and focus on areas of improvement.

Corporate Houses: Physiotherapists hired by the corporate houses work for the health and fitness of their employees. The physiotherapists organize workshops and exercise sessions for the employees and promote them to stay fit and fine, both mentally and physically.

Private Clinics: Physiotherapist can open an independent private clinic with advanced modalities.

Rehabilitation Centres: A physiotherapist here will help and support the experts working on the patients. Different exercises, for both mind and body, are taught by the physiotherapists in a rehabilitation centre. 

Sports and Fitness Centres: A physiotherapist at a sports and fitness center works with the experts for the fitness of the clients. Maintaining the records of the clients and figuring out which fitness programme should be scheduled for a particular day, is also a task of the physiotherapists of the sports and fitness centres.

Defence Establishments: At a defence academy or establishment, the role of the physiotherapist rotates from planning the exercise sessions to treating the injuries of the defence personnel.

Physical therapists have ample job prospects in Hospitals, Nursing homes, Residential homes, Rehabilitation centers, Private offices such as Private practices or Private clinics, etc. Additionally, a person with qualification in physiotherapy can work at Out-patient clinics, Community health care centers or Primary health care centers, Fitness centers or Health clubs, Occupational health centers, Special schools and Senior citizen centers, etc.