The Bachelor of Physiotherapy is for those who want to prevent injury and disability in others as well as rehabilitate those already injured. You will learn how to identify, assess and treat conditions:musculoskeletal cardiorespiratory orthopaedic neurologicalAs a graduate, you will be a skilled physiotherapist who can work with everyone from children to the elderly, as well as deal with gender-specific issues. Possible career paths include:cardiorespiratory community health centres and/or private practice ergonomics gerontology hospitals and rehabilitation units orthopaedics paediatrics rehabilitation sports physiotherapy women’s healthGraduates can also work as consultants in educational, government and industrial institutions, and/or conduct research that contributes to the knowledge base of the profession. This physiotherapy course also offers students clinical placements during which they will be supervised by a clinical facilitator. During each placement they will develop and integrate knowledge, skills and professional behaviours in accordance with the requirements of the Australian Physiotherapy Council. High achieving Bachelor of Physiotherapy students can undertake honours in the third and fourth years, provided they meet admission requirements.
Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Rehabilitation courses at Australian Catholic University (ACU).