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Physiotherapy Course (Physiotherapy Assistant)

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Offer ends 01 December 2021
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
16 hours
Access to content
Lifetime access
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
30 CPD hours / points
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  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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4 in1 Physiotherapy Bundle | Physiotherapy | Sports Injuries | Occupational Therapy | Aromatherapy

Learn about Physiotherapy from industry experts and boost your professional skill. This Physiotherapy will enhance your skill and make you ready for the job market. You’ll get expert opinions about the best practices and problems of the Physiotherapy. You’ll also gain the skills of Physiotherapy to excel in your job and tips to master professional skills in no time.

This Physiotherapy Bundle consists the following Professional Career Oriented courses:

  • Course 1: Physiotherapy Assistant
  • Course 2: Sports Injuries
  • Course 3: Occupational and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Training
  • Course 4: Aromatherapy and Reiki Bundle

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  1. Unlimited access to all 4 courses for forever
  2. 4 Digital Certificates, 4 Transcripts and student ID all included in the price
  3. Absolutely no hidden fees
  4. Receive one to one assistance on every weekday from professionals
  5. Immediately receive the PDF certificate after passing
  6. Receive the original copies of your certificate and transcript on the next working day
  7. Easily learn the skills and knowledge from the comfort of your home
  8. Get 3 additional courses included as bonus

You’ll be connected with the community of Physiotherapy Assistant professionals and gain first-hand experience of Physiotherapy Assistant problem-solving. The Physiotherapy Assistant is self-paced. You can complete your course and submit the written assignment in your suitable schedule.

This Physiotherapy Assistant will provide you with the latest information and updates of Physiotherapy Assistant. It will keep you one step ahead of others and increase your chances of growth.

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Please note that completing this online program does not qualify you to work as a licensed Physiotherapist. Please contact with the HCPC or the RCSLT if you are looking for a course that meets the guideline of HCPC.

CPD

30 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD QS

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Course Curriculum

**Physiotherapy Assistant**

Physiotherapy - Module 01: Introduction to Physiotherapy

  • Physiotherapy: What is Physiotherapy?
  • Physiotherapy: Origins of Physiotherapy
  • Physiotherapy: Introduction to Kinesiology

Physiotherapy - Module 02: The Standards for Physiotherapists

  • Physiotherapy: What Do Physiotherapists Do?
  • Physiotherapy: Learn How Physiotherapy Works
  • Physiotherapy: Standards for the Physiotherapy Profession in the UK

Physiotherapy - Module 03: The Physiotherapy Interventions

  • Physiotherapy: The Relationship Between Physiotherapist and Physiotherapy Assistant
  • Physiotherapy: Interventions Used in Physiotherapy
  • Physiotherapy: Therapeutic Exercise
  • Physiotherapy: Physical Agents
  • Physiotherapy: Electrotherapeutic Modalities

Physiotherapy - Module 04: Sports Physiotherapy

  • Physiotherapy: What is Sports Physiotherapy?
  • Physiotherapy: Types of Sports Injuries
  • Physiotherapy: Physiotherapy Treatment Methods for Sport Injuries

Physiotherapy - Module 05: Neurological Physiotherapy

  • Physiotherapy: Introduction to the Neuromuscular System
  • Physiotherapy: What is Neurological Physiotherapy?
  • Physiotherapy: Neurological Physiotherapy: Rehabilitation
  • Physiotherapy: Neurological Diseases and Impairments
  • Physiotherapy: Assessment of Neurological Patients

Physiotherapy - Module 06: Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

  • Physiotherapy: What is Musculoskeletal Therapy (MSK)?
  • Physiotherapy: Skeletal Muscle Structure
  • Physiotherapy: Common Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Physiotherapy: Some of the Therapy Techniques for Musculoskeletal Problems

Physiotherapy - Module 07: Respiratory Physiotherapy

  • Physiotherapy: Introduction to the Respiratory System
  • Physiotherapy: What is Respiratory Physiotherapy?
  • Physiotherapy: Respiratory Diseases
  • Physiotherapy: Respiratory Physiotherapy: Assessment
  • Physiotherapy: Respiratory Physiotherapy: Treatment Methods and Interventions

Physiotherapy - Module 08: Paediatric Physiotherapy

  • Physiotherapy: Introduction to Paediatric Physiotherapy
  • Physiotherapy: Legal Rights of Children Regarding Healthcare
  • Physiotherapy: Paediatric Physiotherapy: Disorders
  • Physiotherapy: Assessment and Testing of Infant and Child Development

Physiotherapy - Module 09: Evidence-Based Physiotherapy (EBP)

  • Physiotherapy: Introduction to Evidence-Based Physiotherapy
  • Physiotherapy: What Does High-Quality Clinical Research Mean?
  • Physiotherapy: What is Patient Preference?
  • Physiotherapy: Importance of Evidence-Based Physiotherapy
  • Physiotherapy: The Five Steps of Evidence-based Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy - Module 10: Building a Career as a Physiotherapist

  • Physiotherapy: The Daily Tasks Done By Physiotherapists
  • Physiotherapy: Skills and Knowledge Required By Physiotherapists
  • Physiotherapy: Average Salaries, Work Hours and Job Outlook
  • Physiotherapy: Learn How to Get the Physiotherapy Assistant Job

**Sports Injuries**

Physiotherapy Module 01: Introduction to Sports Injuries

  • Physiotherapy: What is Sports Injuries
  • Physiotherapy: How Prevalent are Sports Injuries
  • Physiotherapy: Sports injuries to Lower Leg, Ankle and Foot
  • Physiotherapy: Sports injuries to the Shoulder
  • Physiotherapy: Sports injuries to the Knee
  • Physiotherapy: Sports injuries of the Head
  • Physiotherapy: Sports injuries to the Wrist
  • Physiotherapy: Sports injuries to the Hand
  • Physiotherapy: Summary

Physiotherapy Module 02: Top Ten Common Sports Injuries

  • Physiotherapy: Top Ten Common Sports Injuries
  • Physiotherapy: Diagnosis of Top Ten Common Sports Injuries
  • Physiotherapy: Prevention of Top Ten Common Sports Injuries
  • Physiotherapy: Treatment of Top Ten Common Sports Injuries
  • Physiotherapy: Summary

Physiotherapy Module 03: Other Injuries Related to Sports and their Treatment

  • Physiotherapy: Achilles tendon rupture
  • Physiotherapy: Ankle Fracture
  • Physiotherapy: Arch Pain
  • Physiotherapy: Baker's cyst
  • Physiotherapy: Biceps Tendonitis
  • Physiotherapy: Clavicle Injuries
  • Physiotherapy: Frostbite
  • Physiotherapy: Summary

Physiotherapy Module 04: Internal Organ Injuries and their Treatment

  • Physiotherapy: Ruptured Spleen
  • Physiotherapy: Bruised Kidney
  • Physiotherapy: Testicular Trauma
  • Physiotherapy: Summary

Physiotherapy Module 05: Sports First Aid

  • Physiotherapy: What is First Aid?
  • Physiotherapy: Introduction to Sports First Aid
  • Physiotherapy: Role & Responsibilities of Sports First Aider
  • Physiotherapy: Summary

Physiotherapy Module 06: Sports Medicine

  • Physiotherapy: The Definition of Sports Medicine
  • Physiotherapy: The History of Sports Medicine
  • Physiotherapy: The Purpose and Necessities of Sports Medicine
  • Physiotherapy: The Practice of Sports Medicine in Modern Day
  • Physiotherapy: General Considerations in Sports Medicine
  • Physiotherapy: Who is a Team Physician?
  • Physiotherapy: Time Requirements of a Team Physician
  • Physiotherapy: Core Knowledge of the Team Physician
  • Physiotherapy: Medical Responsibilities of the Team Physician
  • Physiotherapy: Administrative Responsibilities of the Team Physician
  • Physiotherapy: Summary

Physiotherapy Module 07: Anatomy and Physiology of Sports Injuries

  • Physiotherapy: Musculoskeletal System
  • Physiotherapy: Neurological System
  • Physiotherapy: Digestive System
  • Physiotherapy: Respiratory and Circulatory Systems
  • Physiotherapy: Urinary System
  • Physiotherapy: How Injuries and Illnesses Occur
  • Physiotherapy: Summary

Physiotherapy Module 08: Drugs and Doping in Sport

  • Physiotherapy: Doping
  • Physiotherapy: Doping Strategies
  • Physiotherapy: Doping Substances
  • Physiotherapy: Doping control procedures
  • Physiotherapy: Blood doping
  • Physiotherapy: Actions and effects
  • Physiotherapy: The health risks and side effects
  • Physiotherapy: Summary

Physiotherapy Module 09: Medical Assessment and Pre-participation Screening

  • Physiotherapy: Introduction to PPS
  • Physiotherapy: Principles of Screening
  • Physiotherapy: The PPS Process
  • Physiotherapy: Benefits of Screening
  • Physiotherapy: Medical Examination
  • Physiotherapy: Consequences of the PPS Process
  • Physiotherapy: Summary

Physiotherapy Module 10: Treating Medical Emergencies in Sports

  • Physiotherapy: Emergency Action Steps
  • Physiotherapy: Airway Blockage
  • Physiotherapy: Heimlich Manoeuvre
  • Physiotherapy: Summary

Physiotherapy Module 11: Prevention and Rehabilitation Planning of Sports Related Injuries

  • Physiotherapy: Strength and Conditioning in Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation
  • Physiotherapy: Nutrition in Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation
  • Physiotherapy: Running Mechanics in Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation
  • Physiotherapy: Landing Mechanics in Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation
  • Physiotherapy: Throwing Mechanics in Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation
  • Physiotherapy: Flexibility in Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation
  • Physiotherapy: Potential Costs
  • Physiotherapy: When to Avoid Stretching

Certification

After studying the course materials of the Physiotherapy Assistant there will be a written assignment test which you can take either during or at the end of the course. After successfully passing the test you will be able to claim the pdf certificate for free. Original Hard Copy certificates need to be ordered at an additional cost of £8.

Who is this course for?

This Physiotherapy Assistant does not require you to have any prior qualifications or experience. You can just enrol and start learning.

Requirements

This Physiotherapy Assistant was made by professionals and it is compatible with all PC’s, Mac’s, tablets and smartphones. You will be able to access the course from anywhere at any time as long as you have a good enough internet connection.

Career path

As this course comes with multiple courses included as bonus, you will be able to pursue multiple occupations. This Physiotherapy Assistant is a great way for you to gain multiple skills from the comfort of your home.

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What are CPD hours/points?

CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. If you work in certain professions or for certain companies, your employer may require you to complete a number of CPD hours or points, per year. You can find a range of CPD courses on reed.co.uk, many of which can be completed online.

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A regulated qualification is delivered by a learning institution which is regulated by a government body. In England, the government body which regulates courses is Ofqual. Ofqual regulated qualifications sit on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF), which can help students understand how different qualifications in different fields compare to each other. The framework also helps students to understand what qualifications they need to progress towards a higher learning goal, such as a university degree or equivalent higher education award.

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