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    What is the future scope of Physiotherapy? How to get a fixed job in reputed hospitals?

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    Manu Sekhon
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    Apr 2013

    Re: What is the future scope of Physiotherapy? How to get a fixed job in reputed hospitals?

    Dear friend,

    Physiotherapists can treat a wide range of disorders.
    If you want to do it then you can also go for specializations such as geriatrics, sports physiotherapy, pediatrics, orthopedics, neurology and cardiopulmonary physiotherapy.

    You can practice your profession in hospitals, clinics,
    rehabilitation centers, schools, offices, factories, fitness
    centers, sports clubs and even in the homes of patients.

    You can be employed by healthcare companies.

    Demand is increasing day by day for physiotherapists in the USA, Canada and Australia.
    Physiotherapists may also find work as specialist researchers, advisers or consultants with research centers or in private industry.
    Experienced and qualified practitioners later find employment opportunities in administration and management, or as directors of major research projects and facilities.

    After completing Masters degree in Physiotherapy one may join any College/ University as a Lecturer, then Assistant Professor after three years of teaching experience and then higher posts as per the experience.

    Remuneration varies from place to place. In India starting earnings may vary from Rs 5,000 to Rs 30,000 per month.

    Generally, hospitals provide remuneration ranging between Rs 5,000 to Rs 15,000 per month plus share basis depending on the number of patients.

    Average salary for teaching jobs in Physiotherapy varies from Rs 10,000 to Rs 40,000 per month.

    The remuneration for established private
    practitioners can be nearly Rs 20,000 to 40,000 per

    Most physiotherapists with a five-year experience
    can charge usually around Rs. 250 to 400 per sitting.

    Thank you nd hope this information is helpful to you

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