Areas of Physiotherapy to work
- Private practices
- Medical centres
- Rehablitation centers
- Sports clinic
- In Universities/Colleges - academician
- Specialised schools
- Community settings
- Work places/companies
- Public settings (eg. Health Malls)
- Sports club
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