About Department:

Professional training courses in physiotherapy are designed to educate strategies and treatments for restoring a patient’s mobility. A physiotherapist should be available to every 10,000 individuals, according to a World Health Organization (WHO) assessment. In India, on the other hand, there are just about 5000 licenced physiotherapists. As a result, India requires around 95,000 physiotherapists.
The proper function of the body’s neuromuscular, skeletal, and other systems is the focus of physiotherapy.
Physiotherapy courses include examination, diagnosis, treatment, advice, and training in cases of movement dysfunction, biological malfunction, physical issue, handicap, healing, and recovery from any neurological disorder.
Physiotherapy programmes train students for careers as healthcare practitioners who specialise in the treatment of chronic soft-tissue and bone illnesses.