Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

About Department

Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is known by its continuous strive of building state of the art Labs, having experienced Faculty and improving Research quality. We are proud to say that more than 2500 students are continuing studies through an effective teaching methodology in a environment one never experienced, practicing health care based on recent Research, promoting innovative ideas in the academia and following HEC given curriculum. Our program offer a considerable amount of time on practice-based learning opportunities which help develop confidence, abilities and employability as a healthcare professional. Our graduates have also gone to pursue higher study such Masters in Sports Physiotherapy abroad like Australia, United Kingdom (UK).

Mission

As an institution of researchers, teachers, and students, the mission is to advance and transmit knowledge and to translate research into health care service. The School is committed to a mission of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its relations with faculty, students, staff, and members of the community.

The mission of the Physical Therapy Program is:

  1. To educate future physical therapists who are knowledgeable, adaptable, reflective, humanistic, and service-oriented and who, by virtue of critical thinking, life-long learning, and ethical values, render independent judgments concerning patient/client needs.
  2. To educate physical therapists as advanced clinicians, researchers, and educators who are capable of discovering and applying new knowledge about physical therapy and relating physical therapy theory to practice. Vision Statement

Aim

Our aim is to:

  1. Provide innovative physical therapy education at professional and post-professional levels (starting soon) to assure currency with the changing environments in health care and education.
  2. Promote high quality, ethical, effective, and cost-efficient practices by physical therapist graduates.
  3. Stimulate research to further the science of physical therapy, to influence current and emerging health care practices and policies, and to advance the profession.
  4. Foster leadership qualities for physical therapy practice, education, and research in graduates.
  5. Promote awareness and understanding of the needs of diverse populations in graduates.
  6. Provide a dynamic, efficient, adaptable program

Physiotherapists are?

Physiotherapists can play a key role in enabling people to improve their health, wellbeing and quality of life.

Most of our graduates were in employment by starting their own private clinic and/or further study six months after graduating.

Physiotherapy offers you many different and flexible employment options. Once you have qualified and gained some clinical experience you could go on to work within:

  • Government Hospitals
  • Community Health Care Rehabilitation services
  • Higher Education Institutions
  • Private practice
  • Charitable Organisations
  • Sports

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