Masters in Medicine & Health



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Physiotherapy, one of the branches of Medicine & Health, is an interdisciplinary subject, where students, both Bachelor’s and Master’s graduates, learn how to help people with physical impairments. Students have to be familiar with notions of Psychology, as well as Reflexology, so as to help patients overcome their insecurities and encourage them into facing their fears, and get better.

Think of a life coach for your body, and you have the general image of a Physiotherapist. The subjects covered by these programmes can be about:

• Therapeutic Practice
• Electrotherapy
• Basic Motor Skills of Children with Disabilities
• Pain Therapy
• Medical Recovery
• Kinesiology

Also, the areas in which you can work are vast and very diverse. Some of them can be:

• Hospitals
• Private or Sport Clinics
• Special Schools
• Community Centres
• Nursing homes

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Suggested Masters in Physiotherapy

M.Sc. Physiotherapy (Post-Registration)

The MSc in Physiotherapy (Post-Registration) offered at Queen Margaret University is for people working as physiotherapists who want to grow within a dynamic and evolving profession. Evidence-based practice is increasingly important and this MSc course supports individuals in developing the knowledge and skills required

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M.Sc. Advancing Physiotherapy Practice

The MSc Advancing Physiotherapy Practice at Queen Margaret University aims to help you thrive in health and social contexts where the pace of change is high and professionals need to be dynamic and proactive to meet the needs of the individuals that they work with.

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Postgraduate Certificate Elderly Care 2.0

UC Leuven-Limburg offers Elderly Care 2.0  a high-level training programme for elderly care professionals based on the classically recognised pillars of geriatric and gerontological sciences. 

M.Sc. Human Movement Sciences

The M.Sc. in Human Movement Sciences at the University of Groningen teaches about the importance of physical exercise from the basic notions of how the nervous systems functions to the effect sports have on the physiology of the human body. The Master’s programme has courses ranging from neuromechanics and philosophy of science and ethics, to talent scouting and development in sports.