Physiotherapy assistants make a difference to the lives of our patients every day by helping them recover from a range of illnesses and conditions. It is also a route to becoming a physiotherapist.
Working with a physiotherapist, your work could involve:
You may people with a range of conditions, including:
Physiotherapy assistants need to be:
You will also need:
There are no set entry requirements for Physiotherapy Assistants. Employers expect good numeracy and literacy and some experience or qualifications in health or social care. Employers may ask for GCSEs in English and Maths. They may ask for a BTEC or equivalent vocational qualification in health and social care. Employers often ask for relevant work experience.
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