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Mar 10, 2017 ... To become a physiotherapist you will need to take a four year Bachelor degree in physiotherapy or a five year double degree. Once a person has graduated with a physiotherapy degree they may wish to specialise in a particular field which will involve further postgraduate study, usually in the form of a ...

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To practise as a physiotherapist, you must be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). To register with the HCPC, you first need to successfully complete an approved degree (BSc) in physiotherapy. Courses are available across the UK. Full time degrees take three years. Part time degrees vary ...

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In order to become a physiotherapist, you must complete a graduate degree program in physical therapy accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE). A bachelor's degree is required for admission into these programs and, though a specific major isn't usually stipulated, most ...

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People searching for education required to become a physical therapist found the following related articles and links useful. ... To become a physical therapist, a person must obtain a professional degree, usually a doctorate in physical therapy . College programs in physical .... Physiotherapist Courses and Classes Overview.

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Feb 4, 2013 ... Requirements do vary from course-to-course, but the majority of physiotherapy courses will expect at least one science subject. ... Bear in mind that these similar subjects may have slightly different A-level requirements to sociology, so if you want to keep your degree options open, be sure to check the entry ...

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Physical therapists help patients increase mobility and manage pain resulting from injury or illness. Before deciding on whether you'd like to pursue a career in the profession, it's worth ...

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You must also be interested in the health and wellbeing of patients.​. To become a chartered physiotherapist you need a physiotherapy degree or postgraduate award approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). This will make you eligible for state registration and membership of the Chartered Society of ...

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There may be pre-requisite subjects that you must complete in your undergraduate course to be eligible to apply for a masters or doctors program to become a physiotherapist. Please check with the institution you are applying to in case they have alternative entry pathways, or bridging courses to complete the pre-requisite ...

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To prepare for a program in physiotherapy, take high school courses with an emphasis on. English, math, biology, chemistry, physics, and physical and health education. Post Secondary. For admission to a Bachelor's degree in physiotherapy, most schools require successful completion of two years of undergraduate.