Bachelor of Physiotherapy

What do Physiotherapists do:- 

Physiotherapists, sometimes referred to as PTs. Help people who have injuries or illnesses improve their movement and manage their pain. They are often an important part of rehabilitation and treatment of patients with chronic conditions or injuries. Physical therapists provide care to people of all ages who have functional problems resulting from back and neck injuries: sprains, strains, and fractures; arthritis amputations: stroke: birth conditions, such as cerebral palsy: injuries related to work and sports: and other condition 

Work environment  

The work of physical therapists varies with the type of patients they serve. For example, a patient suffering from loss of mobility due to Parkinson’s disease needs different care than an athlete recovering from an injury. Some physical therapists specialize in one type of care. Such as paediatrics (treating children) or sports physical therapy. 

Course on offer  

Bachelor of hospital management (B.H.M.) 

Course Duration: 4 years + 6 months clinical internships in a hospital 

Eligibility:  a passed in I. SC. / 10+2 or equivalent examinations with Physics, Chemistry & Biology from recognized board is eligible. 

Career and Duties Opportunity: 


  1. Improve efficiency and quality in delivering healthcare services. 
  1. Physiotherapist also work like hospital administration, business management, public health management. 
  1. Diagnose patients, Apply manual therapy on dysfunctional movements in any hospital health care centres, NGO and health care consultancy. 
  1. Work as Physiotherapy Instructor in Gymnasium also work and hired by sports team and elite athletes. 
  1.  Work as Physiotherapist in any MNCs, private and government sector, Old Age Residential Homes.  
  1.  Physiotherapist also work as private practitioners and open private physiotherapy clinic and rehabilitation Centres/ organizations. 
  1. Educate patients and their families about what to expect during recovery form injury and illness and how best to cope with what happens. 
  1. Lecturer and Clinical Researcher