During the master’s program in physiotherapy, professionals have the opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the functioning of the national healthcare system and the intricacies of its institutional framework. They also develop the ability to incorporate the latest findings from scientific research into their clinical practice.
The program equips students with both theoretical knowledge and practical skills, paving the way for further academic pursuits, such as a Doctoral program (PhD training). The curriculum covers advanced concepts in basic natural and social sciences, in-depth pharmacological understanding, intricate clinical skills for musculoskeletal conditions, advanced neurological clinical expertise, an in-depth understanding of the cardiorespiratory system, and a deep dive into various physiotherapy treatments, including intensive therapy, sports physiotherapy, and ergo-therapy.
Upon graduation with a master’s degree, individuals are well-prepared to enhance therapeutic procedures and protocols. They can identify and analyze physical, anatomical, physiological, and pathophysiological factors, plan and execute research activities in physiotherapy, address scientific challenges and contribute to the advancement of physiotherapy knowledge. They are proficient in selecting and employing evidence-based physiotherapy methods, organizing physiotherapy assessments in clinical settings, overseeing physiotherapy units within healthcare institutions, analyzing scientific test results in the context of physiotherapy interventions, and advancing health education initiatives.