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Advancing Physiotherapy Practice MSc

Advancing Physiotherapy Practice MSc

My name is Clive Liles. I’m the programme leader and the admissions tutor for the MSc Advancing Physiotherapy Practice programme that we now run in the School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences here at the University of Birmingham. What makes this programme particularly unique is that it is housed in a very strong research […]

Should you study Biomedical Science?

Should you study Biomedical Science?

Biomedical Science is really interesting to research and it’s interesting when you get your assignments because you can delve deeper into more areas and write some good papers and learn about specific areas that you are interested in. Anyone who is interested in the Health Sciences would really enjoy studying Biomedical Science or Laboratory Medicine […]

Physiotherapy BHSc (Hons)

Physiotherapy BHSc (Hons)

Hi my names Peter Hi I’m Hayley Hi I’m Steph and we do third year Physiotherapy at York St John I’d recommend physiotherapy at York St John. it offers a good insight in to the role of a physio you get good practice of being on placement and also you get a good practice of […]

Studying BSc Physiotherapy at the University of Birmingham

Studying BSc Physiotherapy at the University of Birmingham

So, I knew I wanted to do Physiotherapy for a long time and when I came to the University of Birmingham it exceeded my expectations. I think the standard of teaching here is excellent. It’s topped anywhere else that I have looked. I’ve also made friends here for life. So, being on a small course […]

MSc Advanced Manipulative Physiotherapy – Dr Nicola Heneghan

MSc Advanced Manipulative Physiotherapy – Dr Nicola Heneghan

My name’s Nicola Heneghan, I’m the Programme Lead for the MSc postgraduate diploma Advanced Manipulative Physiotherapy. I think what makes this programme unique is that it is a practice based programme but it is set within a Russell Group, a red brick university, so research underpins every aspect of our programme from the basics, looking […]

This is real-world learning: Simulations and Physiotherapy

>>Hi Mrs Allen. OK well I’m here to help and have a chat with you today. And hopefully make you feel a bit better, and a bit less short of breath. Does that sounds good? Now what I want you to do today, is be nice and relaxed throughout today.>>Time out.>>Yep.>>That was a really good […]

Postgraduate programmes in the School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences

Hello, my name is Professor Kathleen Armour and I’m Head of the School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences, here at the University of Birmingham. You may have heard of our School, we’re quite well known nationally and internationally. Probably you’ve heard of us for our large number of undergraduate programmes in sport and exercise […]

Study Physiotherapy at Curtin University

Hello, I’m Professor Keith Hill, Head of the School of Physiotherapy at Curtin University. I’d like to welcome you to our School, and to the University. Curtin has been educating physiotherapists for over 60 years. We make distinctive contributions to the physiotherapy profession and society in research, learning and teaching, and knowledge transfer. We are […]

Physiotherapy (PFA funded place)

Andy: I am Andy Haskins I am a first year Physiotherapy student at York St John. Matt: My name is Matt Fenney I am a second year on Physiotherapy at York St John as well. Andy: I joined Nottingham Forest as a young lad when I was 14 and spent my youth in Nottingham, got […]

Changing the future of rehabilitation | Teaser

Curtinnovation is using advanced robotic technologies to change the future of rehabilitation. Like pre-programmed robotic legs which introduce gentle motion to regain leg strength. Robotic hand exoskeletons which mobilise a patient’s finger tendons after surgery. And VR technology combined with a robotic platform, to help people get back on their feet and stay there. It’s […]