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Physiotherapy Personal Statement Example
« on: March 14, 2014, 07:46:42 AM »
If you are looking to follow a career as a Physiotherapist then you will qualified to degree level as a physiotherapist and be approved by the health authority to practice physiotherapy and work with patients to help them with their mobility and range of movements.

You will be interested in patients well being and their physical health and be very patient and encouraging towards your patients providing them with esteem when they are trying hard with their exercises and to gaining returned full mobility.

Any future employers will be looking to make sure that as well as the training you have undertaken in your degree and practice training during and after, they will want to know how you communicate with patients. What type of mobility have you been involved in, have you been involved in patients in hospital or just out patients etc.

If you are ready to apply for roles as a physiotherapist then below is a personal statement which you can use for an application or on your CV.

Physiotherapy personal statement example

Having recently graduated in physiotherapy and completed my training, I am very eager to begin my career as a physiotherapist. I have been interested in the practice of physiotherapy since I had physio at an early age.

I enjoy working with people and feel that I have excellent communication skills and can put people at ease if they are unsure about any treatments or exercises they need to do. I am looking forward to working with clients/patients and helping them to gain the mobility that they want to.

I pay great attention to detail in my work and with my clients and like to ensure that I complete any paperwork I need to at the time, I like to be organised in my work and very efficient. I am a hard working and dedicated person and like this to reflect in my work.

Good luck


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