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The main role of a physiotherapist is to help people with their physical health, usually with manual
therapy such as massage, electrotherapy and therapeutic exercise. You will often work with injuries
or with patient rehabilitation after surgery.

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MSK Physiotherapist

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire 
  £25,000 - £32,000  
 Permanent

Physiotherapist

Hull, E Riding of Yorkshire 
  £28,050 - £36,644  
 Permanent

Physiotherapist – Inpatient R...

Buckinghamshire, Buckinghamshire 
  £25,000 - £35,000  
 Permanent

Physiotherapist – Inpatient R...

Hampshire, Hampshire 
  £25,000 - £35,000  
 Permanent

Physiotherapist – Inpatient R...

Luton, Bedfordshire 
  £25,000 - £35,000  
 Permanent

Band 6 Physiotherapist

Luton, Bedfordshire 
  £25,000 - £35,000  
 Permanent

Physiotherapist

Hull, E Riding of Yorkshire 
  £28,050 - £36,644  
 Permanent

Physiotherapist

Buckinghamshire, Buckinghamshire 
  £25,000 - £35,000  
 Permanent

Physiotherapist

Hampshire, Hampshire 
  £25,000 - £35,000  
 Permanent

Physiotherapist

Luton, Bedfordshire 
  £25,000 - £35,000  
 Permanent

MSK Physiotherapist

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire 
  £25,000 - £32,000  
 Permanent

Band 6 Physiotherapist Inpatient Re...

Luton, Bedfordshire 
  £25,000 - £35,000  
 Permanent

Physiotherapist

Walton-on-Thames, Surrey 
  £23 - £25  
 Temporary

MSK Physio

Basingstoke, Hampshire 
  £22 - £26  
 Temporary

Physiotherapist (Acute In Patient S...

Hull, E Riding of Yorkshire 
  £28,050 - £36,644  
 Permanent

What’s Involved?

Working as a physiotherapist can be physically and mentally demanding, but can be very rewarding as it can often be visually obvious that people are getting better. You might work for the NHS in GP surgeries, hospitals, clinics and health centres, or in private practises. There might also be work opportunities in sports clubs, private gyms or for professional sports teams.

A good physiotherapist should have excellent communication and problem-solving skills, be able to work well with other professionals and be patient, tolerant and tactful. You must be well organised, firm but empathetic, have a real concern for other people and a strong interest in anatomy and the workings of the human body.

Some of the roles and responsibilities of a physiotherapist include:

  • The diagnosis, treatment and continual assessment of those with physical conditions
  • Liaising with patients and their families or carers
  • Writing detailed reports and patient notes to track their progress
  • Keeping up to date with new treatments and theories to ensure the most effective treatment
  • Developing, reviewing and revising exercise routines to help those with physical problems or injuries
  • Educating patients on controlling or preventing injury
  • Liaising with other healthcare professionals to ensure a good all-round treatment for patients
  • To be accountable and legally responsible, as well as caring, compassionate and professional

Qualifications

A chartered physiotherapist in the UK must be registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) which is attained by completing an undergraduate or an accelerated post-graduate course which has been approved by them.

You will also need to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

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