Current units of study include: research methods; data handling; management of chronic pain; orthopaedic medicine approach to the management of musculoskeletal conditions; the health professional as an educator; advanced musculoskeletal practice; management of sports injuries; analysing movement; clinical exercise physiology; health psychology; evidence-based approach to neurological rehabilitation; applied techniques in biomechanics; and cardiorespiratory physiology. You will normally undertake three or four optional units.
The Manual Therapy route currently includes two placements of three weeks for full-time students or the equivalent for part-time students.
A postgraduate qualification in physiotherapy aims to enhance your career as a clinical specialist in your chosen field of practice. It would also be an expected qualification if you were to consider teaching as a career option.
You will normally have an undergraduate honours degree or graduate diploma in physiotherapy with evidence of approved and relevant post-qualification education.
For Manual Therapy, applicants must be members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy or the equivalent for State Registration and have a minimum of two years’ clinical experience, of which six months should have been in neuromusculoskeletal out-patients.
You will need to have access to neuromusculoskeletal patients whilst attending the programme.
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