Physiotherapist

Posted By: Vidya Sagar

Chennai

Middle Mgt (Regional/ Zonal Manager, AVP, State /Regional Head)

HR and Administration/Training

Rights and Entitlement/Governance

Job Description

You might be under the impression that physiotherapy careers are all about massaging professional athletes when they have cramp and recommending bizarre exercises for people to do when they’re watching TV. However, there’s so much more to a career in physiotherapy than the common stereotypes might lead you to believe. Essentially, physiotherapists help people of all ages who are temporarily or permanently suffering from physical disabilities and debilitating conditions. These healthcare professionals work in hospitals and community settings to treat patients with all kinds of ailments - just about anything from sporting injuries and persistent joint problems, to paralysis resulting from strokes and neurological conditions. Physiotherapists carry out assessments to evaluate their patients’ range of movement and ability to carry out everyday tasks. They then plan and develop bespoke treatment plans, which help patients to regain their independence and mobility by using purposeful activ

Desired Candidate Profile

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A bachelor of science degree in physical therapy with a minimum experience of two years.

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Vidya Sagar
  • About Organization:Vidya Sagar is a rights based organization, with emphasis on creating awareness in the community on issues related to disability and advocating rights for persons with disabilities.Vidya Sagar today runs several programmes reaching out to over 3800 individuals with disabilities. This has been possible by setting up high quality delivery of services, focusing on early intervention, special education, physiotherapy, speech and communication therapy, vision training, occupational therapy, co-curricular activities, counselling, vocational training, exploring and creating employment opportunities and training of resource persons to work in the field of disability.