Physiotherapy as an allied health profession underwent spectacular changes in the second half of the 20th Century. It made a difference in the life styles of those affected with hereditary diseases, birth defects, athletic injuries, surgical interventions, infectious diseases, acute and chronic diseases affecting most of the body systems. Besides being an important branch of applied health care, it has almost become a popular household subject, thanks to the booming sports industry and the wide spread media coverage of sporting events.
Physiotherapy qualifying programme (BPT) prepares students to function effectively in a rapidly changing the world of health care. It prepares students to be analytical problem solvers who are professional practitioners in their own right. Despite the enormous growth in the act of training plans for physical therapists, the demand for services far outweighs the supply.