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People go to a physiotherapist when they have problems with their joints or muscles. This could be because of an injury, aging or a disability. Members of the physiotherapy industry work to help these people with their physical issues, so it’s a very rewarding job.
Physiotherapists tend to require a degree before entering the field, but there are plenty of positions for those without degrees. If you’ve got your A-levels, then you could become an assistant, helping prepare patients for treatment, keeping reports up to date, demonstrating exercises for patients or setting up equipment.
If you’ve got your degree but don’t fancy being a physiotherapist, you could also become a personal trainer or work in something like acupuncture.
There are a diverse range of settings you could work in in the physiotherapy industry. You might want to get a job with the NHS or perhaps work at a private practice.
Most roles typically involve working from 9am - 5pm, although some clinics may operate at different hours, so bear that in mind.