Faculty of Health Sciences
Physiotherapists act as autonomous practitioners who are able to perform functional examinations, identify impairments, functional limitations, abilities and disabilities by using clinical decision-making processes. Physiotherapists treat patients with movement therapy and manual techniques, as the professionals’ chief task is to improve the functions of the musculoskeletal system.
Master’s level physiotherapists develop therapeutic procedures and protocols based on their extensive national and international knowledge and skills, recognize and analyze physical, anatomical, physiological and pathological factors affecting physical ability and capacity. They participate in solving scientific problems in physiotherapy and finding new skills and knowledge in their expertise.
Carrier opportunities: conducting practice in physiotherapy at special clinics, rehabilitation centers, sport and wellness spa business, etc.
Degrees: B.Sc., M.Sc. in Physiotherapy