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Job Description

Job Responsibilities:

  • Making assessments of patients' physical conditions.
  • Formulating treatment plans to address the conditions and needs of patients.
  • Conducting complex mobilization techniques.
  • Assisting trauma patients with how to walk again.
  • Educating patients, family members, and the community on how to prevent injuries and live a healthy lifestyle.
  • Referring patients to doctors and other medical practitioners.
  • Planning and organizing physiotherapy and fitness programs
  • Musculoskeletal physiotherapy - treating issues such as strains, sprains, back pain and posture problems
  • Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy - aiming to prevent or improve the symptoms of conditions including asthma, chronic bronchitis, and other cardio-respiratory disorders
  • Critical thinker and problem solve
  • Neurological Physiotherapy - targets disorders affecting the nervous system, including Parkinson's, strokes and brain injuries
  • Geriatric physiotherapy - focusing on the complex movement needs of older adults
  • Paediatric physiotherapy - rehabilitating children after diseases or injury
  • sports physiotherapy - working to reduce pain and reintroduce range of movement after sports injuries
  • women's health -  focuses on treating conditions related to the female reproductive system, childbirth, prenatal and postnatal care
  • rehabilitation and pain management - introducing exercises to reduce and manage pain following surgery, injury or illness


  • 3+ years professional physiotherapy experience with emphasis on sports injuries
  • Degree in Physiotherapy.
  • Valid Registration, Medical Council of India (MCI)
  • Experience working as a Physiotherapist.
  • The ability to build and maintain rapport with patients.
  • Administration skills.
  • Good health and fitness.

Behavioral Competencies:

  • Task-oriented and goal-driven - focused on outcomes.
  • Great team player
  • Creative with problem solving mindset.
  • Open to receiving objective criticism and improving upon it.