Physiotherapy is a profession with great future prospects and a high demand in the international job market. It is a very rewarding option for those who like to help and interact with others.
The function of the physiotherapist is to prevent, promote, maintain and recover the human body’s functionality and mobility during the whole of our lives. Therefore, the physiotherapist can work with both children and young people as well as adults or the elderly. The profession allows subsequent specialisations in fields as diverse as sport, geriatrics, neurology, cardiology, pneumology, paediatrics, gynaecology, urology, among others.
In UManresa, you will find highly qualified teachers with a great familiarity with professional practice and a highly personalised and individualised educational programme and training based on a biopsychosocial approach to physiotherapy with criteria of scientific validity and international recognition.
What makes us different?
- UManresa uses simulation methodology in the training of physiotherapists to facilitate the incorporation of attitudes and aptitudes typical of professionals in this specialty from the very first year.
- More than 98% UManresa's graduates in Physiotherapy find work related to their studies within two years of graduating.
- Own university clinic with a Physiotherapy service.
- Teaching staff with a long professional career.
- Use of teaching methodologies designed to promote active learning such as the inverted classroom, portfolios, problem-based learning or the case method.
Double degree in five and a half years
You can simultaneously sit the degree in Physiotherapy with the degree in Podiatry to achieve a double qualification in five and a half years.
“I came to UManresa from Terres de l'Ebre to make my dream come true of dedicating myself to the world of physiotherapy. The simulations have allowed me to acquire extensive experience before embarking on professional practice. When the time comes, you are much better prepared to face the daily ins and outs of the profession.”
Laura Llaó Subirats
Graduate in Physiotherapy