During the master’s program in Physiotherapy, professionals have the opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the national healthcare system and its intricate institutional framework. They become adept at incorporating the latest findings from scientific research into their clinical practice. The theoretical knowledge and practical skills acquired in this program also open doors to further academic pursuits, including participation in a Doctoral program (PhD training).
The curriculum encompasses advanced learning in fundamental natural and social sciences, in-depth pharmacological knowledge, advanced clinical skills in musculoskeletal and neurological domains, as well as a sophisticated understanding of the cardiorespiratory system. It also delves into the scientific underpinnings of various physiotherapy treatments, including intensive therapy, sports physiotherapy, and ergo-therapy.
Upon completion of the master’s program, graduates are well-equipped to enhance therapeutic procedures and protocols. They can proficiently identify and analyze physical, anatomical, physiological, and pathophysiological factors. They are skilled in planning and executing activities and research in the field of physiotherapy, and are adept at resolving scientific queries and advancing physiotherapy knowledge. They are adept at selecting and employing physiotherapy methods based on sound scientific evidence, and can proficiently organize physiotherapy examinations in clinical settings. Furthermore, they are prepared to take on leadership roles in physiotherapy units within medical institutions, interpret scientific test results in the context of physiotherapy activities, and contribute to health education initiatives.