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Physiotherapy (pre-registration)

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Physiotherapy (pre-registration)

Awarded by St George’s, University of London

Kingston and St George’s physiotherapy courses are extremely reputable, producing confident and capable practitioners with registration status for over 10 years. Our pre-registration physiotherapy courses explore concepts, principles and theories of anatomy, physiology, movement, therapeutic exercise, electro-physical modalities and health promotion.

Courses

Pre-registration status course

Post-registration course for continuing personal and professional development

Eligible to be completed on a stand-alone or continuous module-by-module basis within a five year period

Eligible for international students

Why choose us?

  • The Guardian University Guide 2015 ranks Kingston and St George’s as top in London for allied health professions.
  • You will spend over 30 weeks of study time during your qualification on clinical placement.
  • You will gain valuable experience working with people with dementia, through our innovative CARDS programme.
  • Dissection room – a dedicated facility for understanding the internal structure of the human anatomy and the discerning functions and relationships of its components. This is unique to universities in the United Kingdom.
  • 96 per cent of students are satisfied with the quality of the course.
  • We have a reputation, extending over a decade, for taking a holistic approach to rehabilitation sciences disciplines – including physiotherapy, rehabilitation and exercise for health.
  • Disclosure and Barring Service check.
  • A professional uniform.
  • Placement across a wide variety of healthcare settings.

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Mary Jane Cole was deployed to Nepal in May, returning early June, as part of the UK Emergency Medical Team to support rehabilitation following the country’s two earthquakes in April and May 2015.

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Mary Jane Cole at 10 Downing Street

Mary Jane Cole, Physiotherapist and Senior Lecturer, Rehabilitation sciences honoured at drinks reception at 10 Downing Street.

Mary Jane Cole made two visits to Gaza last year to support injured people during the recent conflict and provide training to local rehabilitation staff.  She was recently invited by the Prime Minster to 10 Downing Street to join other humanitarian workers at a drinks reception to acknowledge the work of UK clinicians and organisations providing relief aid and support following sudden onset disaster and epidemics such as Ebola in West Africa.

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Physiotherapy research

Physiotherapy student applying pressure to patients wrist

Breakthrough research to self-manage and cope with pain through exercise

Mike Hurley, Professor of Rehabilitation Sciences, has devised a rehabilitation programme for patients with chronic knee pain caused by osteoarthritis.

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Active Residents in Care Homes Programme (ARCH)

ARCH: Active Residents in Care Homes programme.

The Active Residents in Care Homes (ARCH) programme is designed to bring greater physical, mental and social activity to elderly people living in care homes.

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