Physiotherapists help patients rehabilitate from a state of incapacity due to genetic defect or the result of an accident or illness. Hence, you must have thorough knowledge of the human anatomy and the intricacies of bones, muscles and nerves.
There are two ways to enter the physiotherapy field. A diploma (DPT) or a professional course (BPT of four years).
At NIMT the students go through practical hand on training at hospitals in the region. Students who have graduated from our Institute are working in several major hospitals including Sir Gangaram Hospital, Delhi, Max Hospitals, Jaypee Hospital, Apollo Hospitals etc.
Do you know? Today there are only around 5,000 qualified physiotherapists in India? Yet, it is estimated that one physiotherapist is required for every 10,000 people, and the demand for trained professionals is only growing with time.