A bachelor’s degree is an academic certification obtained after completing a program of study lasting three to seven years. It is often sought by students who wish to continue studying and obtain higher degrees.
What is a Bachelor in Physiotherapy? Physiotherapy, or physical therapy, is the practice of using exercise and movement, either coached or mechanically assisted, to facilitate recovery from illness or injury. It also encompasses examination and diagnosis to determine what therapy is necessary, and the research and development of new methods of physical rehabilitation. A bachelor’s degree program in physiotherapy usually involves the study of the sciences behind practices, such as anatomy, psychology and physics, as well as medical courses more specific to the field. There is also a hands-on component involving observation and assistance in certified medical facilities.
Degree holders will be able to find many more opportunities, such as employment in hospitals, health centers or facilities specifically dedicated to physical therapy. They can also work in private practice for further specialization, which tends to yield higher salaries. Additionally, a bachelor’s degree in this area can create opportunities for further medical study.
The financial toll of this course of study is dependent on variables such as the country you live in or which school you choose to attend. Research your options and contact your desired school for specific information.
In addition to obtaining work in certified general medical facilities, physical therapists are also afforded a wide number of options for specialized work. This can include physiotherapy exclusively catering to sports injuries, pediatric therapy, obstetrics or orthopedics, among other areas. These jobs can fall under the auspices of government, commercial industry or the educational sector.
If you are interested in work in this field and are looking to enroll in a program of study for a bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Studying at CEU UCH is betting on a different University in what it does and how it does it. It is combining experience, with innovation. It is being international withou
Studying at CEU UCH is betting on a different University in what it does and how it does it. It is combining experience , with innovation . It is being international without leaving home. It is, in short, choosing the most complete option to become what you propose.
That makes us different?1. The profession in the classroom
Physical therapy is much more than helping in rehabilitation. It is prevention, it is diagnosis, it is cure treatments, it is therapeutic support ... that's why 70% of our teachers are active physiotherapists who also teach.
2. The international vocation
In your day to day at CEU UCH you will be surrounded by students from more than 70 countries and that, in the global world in which we live, is an advantage for you. Create relationships and synergies with people from all over the world and expand your horizons. In addition, as a CEU student you have free English classes without leaving the university, as well as a large number of internship programs and international stays. Students from several countries and nationalities live together in our classrooms. That is why we guarantee the maximum ease so that the students can finish the degree doing their practical training of the last course ( Practicum ) in their countries of origin. Of these, 70% have a job offer before finishing their studies....
Physiotherapy is an autonomous profession whose practitioners work professionally and openly with other healthcare providers. The Degree course is suitable for the modern
Physiotherapy is an autonomous profession whose practitioners work professionally and openly with other healthcare providers. The Degree course is suitable for the modern needs of the profession, it is appropriate for the skills that the future graduates need and responds fully to the needs of modern healthcare and health tourism.
Duration: 3 years
ECTS Credits: 180
Fees: € 15.000 / year
1° Year- 60 Credits
Human Anatomy and Histology (7)
Methodology of Rehabilitation and Safety (5)
Propaedeutic to Rehabilitation (5)
Propaedeutic Physical and Biological Sciences (8)
Information Technology (1)
Scientific English (3)
Professional Laboratories (1)
Clinical Practice (18)
2° Year – 54 Credits
Professional training of students to solve health problems and rehabilitation in different areas of intervention, meeting social demand in accordance with technological a
Professional training of students to solve health problems and rehabilitation in different areas of intervention, meeting social demand in accordance with technological and scientific innovation.
To be recognized in the field as a career committed to improving health conditions and rehabilitation, training competent professionals with quality and equity.
The Licentiate in Physiotherapy and Kinesiology is a professional who works in the field with the purpose of designing, executing and controlling therapeutic programs that allow the optimal development and conservation of the human body movement in the different stages of life, promoting promotion actions and prevention that improve the quality of life of the individual inside and outside the community, with scientific basis and high social, ethical and moral sense and generation of technological innovations, according to the needs diagnosed, that promote the resolution of health problems....
Grigore T. Popa University Of Medicine and Pharmacy IASI
Physiotherapists: independent and autonomous professionals with the knowledge, skills, and competencies, prepared to have a key role in health systems taking their own de
Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy
(Balneology, physical therapy, and rehabilitation)
Balneology, physical therapy, and rehabilitation = Clinical education across diverse areas of practice
Number of years: 3 years undergraduate degree, 180 credits
Number of students: 45 students/year
FEE: 3000 euro/year
What is the Physio-kinesiotherapy?
Independent and autonomous professionals with the knowledge, skills, and competencies, prepared to have a key role in health systems taking their own decisions.
Physio-kinesiotherapy provides services to individuals and populations in circumstances where movement and function are or may be, threatened by aging, injury, pain, diseases, disorders, conditions or environmental factors.
Physio-kinesiotherapy promotes the active participation in society through the development, maintenance and restoration of health, movement capacity, physical activity and functional ability throughout the lifespan.
What the physio-kinesiotherapist do?
diagnoses the functional problems;
provides treatment, assisting the person to restore movement and/or avoid injuring themselves further;
seeks input from other health professionals if required;
helps the person to achieve the best possible recovery, activity, and quality of life.
Where the physio-kinesiotherapist works?
Occupational health and safety roles at workplaces.
Learning outcomes of the study program
Physical therapy techniques, and kinesiological, prophylactic and motor rehabilitation assistance;
Electrotherapy, hydrotherapy, thermotherapy and massage techniques;
The evaluation of the patients’ anatomical and functional status and the communication of the significant data to the specialized physician;
Devising and establishing the stages of the individual treatment plans based on static and dynamic physical exercises, chosen in accordance with the clinical diagnosis;
In addition to training students in the exercise of physiotherapy, the degree course in physiotherapy also addresses the art of care in the highest sense of the term: fro
In addition to training students in the exercise of physiotherapy, the degree course in physiotherapy also addresses the art of care in the highest sense of the term: from private to public, from sports to the clinic, from sociopathy to international cooperation.
Theoretical knowledge and refined manual skills, empathy and organization, preventive and rehabilitative techniques: a complete, rigorous, highly professional course.
An innovative, transversal, rich and highly relational degree suitable even for workers. Graduates in Osteopathy, Physical Education, Sport Sciences and Massotherapists can register for the course and request recognition of previous subjects.
Lessons will be held on our campus in Malta and will consist of 7-10 days of compulsory lessons per month over a 4-year period....
University of Information Technology and Management
Overview of disability issues in medical and social, economic, and psychological aspects of disability, issues of physical therapy and its role in modern medicine, the ro
Long-Cycle Studies Master’s Degree Programme February intake takes place from November 10th, 2018 to February 15th, 2019General PhysiotherapyOverview of disability issues in medical and social, economic, and psychological aspects of disability, issues of physical therapy and its role in modern medicine, the role of medical diagnostics for the needs of treatment and physiotherapy, and choosing and performing examinations and tests necessary to choose physiotherapeutic means. The role and significance of primary and secondary prophylaxis in preventing 21st-century civilisation diseases, and the role of pro-health education of the society.Orthopaedic SuppliesThe construction, functioning, use and principles of selecting orthopaedic devices. Teaching the competences and skills in describing and interpreting the principles of functioning of orthopaedic devices used in rehabilitation. Understanding the role of orthopaedic devices in rehabilitation.KinesitherapyTheoretical overview and the essence of the course, methods of assessing the locomotive system for the needs of physiotherapy and the methods and techniques of performing therapeutic exercises. Teaching biomechanical analysis of body posture and determinants of human locomotive functions. Teaching practical skills within therapeutic exercises, methods and techniques, based on theoretical knowledge and considering indications and contraindications of particular treatments. Basic methods used in manual therapy, using theoretical knowledge in kinesiotherapy. Teaching knowledge and skills within using particular kinesiotherapeutic treatments, according to the patients’ individual clinical images.Physical TherapyTheoretical and practical knowledge concerning using the biological effects on human tissues of physical stimuli within: thermotherapy, cryotherapy, phototherapy, hydrotherapy, electrotherapy, electromagnetic fields and balneoclimatology, with particular consideration of biophysics fundamentals, methodology, indications and contraindications for the performed...
Occupational therapy (OT) is a necessary and distinct rehabilitation profession that is still emerging in Lebanon.
Bachelors in Physiotherapy. Occupational Therapy: A New Program at Saint-Joseph University of Beirut
Carla Matta Abizeid, Ph.D., Associate Professor; Saint Joseph University, Occupational therapy Institute, Innovation and Sports Campus (CIS), Damascus road, BP 11-5076, Riad el Solh, Beirut 1107 2050, Lebanon. E-mails: email@example.com;
Occupational therapy (OT) is a necessary and distinct rehabilitation profession that is still emerging in Lebanon. Occupational therapists have to assert and promote their value as well as tailor their approaches to the specific needs, realities, and cultures of the Lebanese community. The Occupational Therapy Institute (Institut d’ergothérapie - IET), in partnership with University of Montréal, is proud to participate in this complex endeavor using pedagogical approaches that ensure that their graduates have both the knowledge and the skills to move the profession forward....
Hanze University of Applied Sciences - Groningen, the Netherlands
The Physiotherapy programme aims to teach students to assess and treat patients with temporary or long-term physical injuries, movement disorders or disabilities. The aim
Study a Bachelor's in Physiotherapy in the Netherlands
The Physiotherapy programme aims to teach students to assess and treat patients with temporary or long-term physical injuries, movement disorders or disabilities. The aim is to achieve the highest possible degree of recovery, activity, participation and quality of life. Graduates may work independently or as a member of a healthcare team, as a Physiotherapist.
There are currently more than 100 students from over 30 different countries studying Physiotherapy, at Hanze UAS. The majority of students studying Physiotherapy are European. However, many students also come from Asia, the United States of America, Australia and the Middle East....
The University of Windsor is a nationwide leader in kinesiology. We offer cutting-edge programs, small classes, outstanding facilities, caring faculty, and terrific suppo
The University of Windsor is a nationwide leader in kinesiology. We offer cutting-edge programs, small classes, outstanding facilities, caring faculty, and terrific support staff. It’s a great choice for you!
The study of people in motion
In Year 1, experience sociocultural, management and biophysical areas of kinesiology
In Year 2, begin study in one of two majors: Movement Science or Sport Management
Year 1 Core Courses: human anatomy; biomechanics; introduction to exercise physiology; health and wellness; sports management; ethics in sport; sports psychology; and statistics.
Year 2 Core Courses: human performance; introduction to leisure; sports history; sports sociology; ergonomics; physiology of fitness; growth and development; organizational behavior; and research design
Co-op students are assigned three paid, career-related work terms
Experiential learning opportunities also include foreign exchange programs, internship courses, independent study courses, and volunteer internships
A Rigorous, Enriching Program
The aim of the program is to educate high-quality university-level physiotherapists on the basis of the latest fundamental and applied interdisciplinary science and moder
Bachelor in Physiotherapy
Faculty: Sports Biomedicine
Language: English B2 level or IELTS 6.0/TOEFL 5.50
Credits: 240 ECTS
Study type: Full-time
Duration: 4 years
Annual tuition fee: 1890 EUR, non-Europe 2300 EUR
Prerequisites: Diploma in secondary education
Diploma: Bachelor of Rehabilitation, Physiotherapist
The aim of the program is to educate high-quality university-level physiotherapists on the basis of the latest fundamental and applied interdisciplinary science and modern technological achievements. The graduates will be ethically responsible, creative and enterprising, professionally providing modern research-based physiotherapy services, which include testing and evaluation of the patient’s clinical condition, the need for physiotherapy and diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation of the effectiveness of the physiotherapy procedures....
As a graduate in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Program, you will have an in-depth knowledge of diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system and other health imp
As a graduate in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Program, you will have an in-depth knowledge of diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system and other health impairment mechanisms. You plan therapeutic measures and rehabilitation based on medical diagnoses as well as your own observations. Their domain includes muscles, ligaments and joint ailments involving injury, illnesses or physical disability.
Furthermore, in order to prevent poor posture and movement deficits which may develop and become health problems, you can also work preventively with healthy “patients”. These preventive measures include (amongst others) massage, breathing exercises, thermo-, electro-, and hydrotherapy, but physical activity forms the basis of most physiotherapy interventions....
For the UFV it is important that your training is carried out from the technical and human point of view: in Physical therapy we do not treat injuries, we treat people. T
For the UFV it is important that your training is carried out from the technical and human point of view: in Physical therapy we do not treat injuries, we treat people.
The scientific-technical preparation is fundamental to perform treatments that recover the functionality of our patients but, for your training to be comprehensive, we can not ignore the way in which the injuries affect the person, taking into account that we are biological beings -psychosocial.
We understand the figure of the Physiotherapist as a "promoter of health" and therefore we will teach you to understand the behavior and the manifestations that an injury has on the organism. You will learn to evaluate its repercussion as well as to identify the origin of it. In this way, we ensure a recovery that, focused on the origin of the injury and its clinical manifestations, provides comprehensive and comprehensive care to the person....
Physiotherapists are experts of movement and functional capacity during all phases of the lifespan.
Bachelor of Health Care210 ECTS creditsIntake 20Degree Programme in PhysiotherapyCampus: Satakunnankatu 23, Pori
Apply in Studyinfo.fiApplying takes place online at Studyinfo service:Bachelor of Health Care, Physiotherapy, full-time studies, Pori
Application period: 13 March – 3 April 2019Entrance exam: Online entrance examsStudies begin: Autumn 2019
The experts of movement and functional capacity
A physiotherapist is able to draw up a high-quality, evidence-based physiotherapy plan together with a client and base the plan on assessment, the client’s needs and clinical reasoning. The Degree Programme in Physiotherapy opens opportunities to work within the field of rehabilitation both in the private and public sector. After graduation, you are entitled to use the occupational title physiotherapist as laid down in a decree....
The aim of the Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Program is to educate health professionals who can plan and implement the required physical therapy interventions and reha
Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
The aim of the Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Program is to educate health professionals who can plan and implement the required physical therapy interventions and rehabilitation programs, which are developed by a physician after the diagnose, for the patient who has become disabled congenitally or later for any reason. As well as implementing physiotherapy and rehabilitation programs, physiotherapists play parts in training patients to use auxiliary aids and prostheses that support limbs which have a lack of function, facilitating the activities of daily living and helping them adopt their living conditions.
A physiotherapist, as a member of a health team, have important roles particularly in physical therapy units, orthopedics, neurology, burns, cardiology, pediatrics and gynecology clinics. A physiotherapist is also an important member of a rehabilitation center....
Charles University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport
The graduate in physiotherapy is qualified for a paramedical health care profession. She/he is allowed to provide treatment within preventive, diagnostic, remedial and re
The graduate in physiotherapy is qualified for a paramedical health care profession. She/he is allowed to provide treatment within preventive, diagnostic, remedial and rehabilitation care, which can be provided in medical facilities of all types, including rehabilitation institutions and specialized departments, social care facilities, spas, and sports facilities. She/he is endowed with practical skills within the full extent of physiotherapy, acts independently and uses a broad spectrum of physiotherapeutic methods, including therapeutic procedures based on physical agents. She/he is able to assess the effect of the therapy applied. The therapist is endowed with knowledge and skills that comply with the WCPT regulations....