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Physiotherapy is used to help those who are struggling with issues related to their joints and muscles after an injury, or due to aging or disability. If you’re interested in helping people with physical ailments, this will be a very rewarding career choice.
The vast majority of physiotherapy graduates will go on to work as physiotherapists, but if you don’t fancy that your degree will also enable you to pursue a career in personal training, acupuncture or osteopathy.
Those that choose to become physiotherapists can work in a number of different settings. The NHS is a major employer, but there are also a range of private clinics and leisure centres that require physiotherapists.
Most roles will have a typical working day of 9am-5pm, although in some clinics you may be required to work in the evenings and weekends.