Are you planning for a career in healthcare but don’t get into the hassles of irregular working hours of a doctor? Well, in that case, you can contemplate about a career as a physiotherapist. Physiotherapy is the 5th most popular career across Canada and is in demand all across the world. There are plenty of benefits of choosing physiotherapy as a career.
Versatile placement opportunities
A professional physiotherapist can have his own physiotherapy clinic based on the discipline he has chosen. For example, if you specialize in orthopedics, then you can have your own clinic for sports injuries, back pain, strain injuries and post-surgical rehabilitation. As a professional physiotherapist you can expect placements in-
- Physiotherapy clinics
- Multidisciplinary clinics such as accident & injury center for chiropractic
- Community health centers
- Child development centers
- Health clubs
- Fitness centers
- Sport & recreation facilities
- Home care facilities
- Rehabilitation centers
The job of a physiotherapist is to help a person get rid of acute pain and get back to an active life. The very feeling of helping people to bring positive changes in their lives is always a rewarding experience. As a professional physiotherapist, you will receive patients with chronic painful conditions. And to enable them to get back into the rhythm of life brings enormous personal satisfaction. You will receive lots of blessings and good wishes along the way.
Professional physiotherapists make a decent pay. Entry-level practitioners receive something like $31,627 annually while seasoned ones make around $102,102 a year.
Growing demand of the job
Physiotherapy is one service which is projected to experience increasing demand in near future. The contemporary irregular lifestyle and long working hours before computers are leading many to immense body pain. And this is where a professional physiotherapist can provide the much needed relief.