Skilled Physiotherapists Pay Attention, You Are Wanted under Canada FSW Program!

Among the many professionals, the job of Physiotherapists command good respect even as the professionals usually earn handsome pay-packages across most of the developed countries of the world with Canada being no exception.

Work Profile, Job Prospects in Canada

These experts assess patients, plan and carry-out individually designed treatment programs to maintain, improve or restore physical functioning, alleviate pain and prevent physical dysfunction in patients. Usually, these experts are employed in hospitals, clinics, industry, sports groups, rehabilitation centers, and extended care facilities, or they may work in private practice.

Physiotherapists specialize in particular clinical areas such as neurology, oncology, rheumatology, orthopedics, obstetrics, pediatrics, and geriatrics, in the treatment of patients with cardiovascular and cardiopulmonary disorders, burns or sports injuries, or in the field of ergonomics.

While prospects are considered to be very good across the ‘Maple Leaf Country’ as there is a national shortage of Physiotherapists nationally, some of the areas where these experts can easily join are British Columbia (BC), Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, etc.

Due to its high demand, the profession is a part of the Canada FSW Program announced recently by the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC). The in-demand list brought out by Immigration Canada was much awaited even as it has made these experts rather happy, and why not! It gives them an opportunity to explore rewarding career opportunities in the foreign destination of their dreams.

Coming back to the program, it itself is quite famous and Physiotherapists immigrating through the FSW Program are easily recruited in the country. Considering both the interest of the foreign Physiotherapists and the demand of the nationals of the country, the number of applications to be duly accepted, via the program and for the given profession, has been duly increased to 1000.

Physiotherapists keen to immigrate to Canada, through the FSW Program, have to appear for points based test. This is to test their ability and professional efficiency. Scoring 67 points are mandatory. The announcement of the program was long awaited and it has unparallel benefits to offer. If you have what the CIC is looking for, then this is your chance.

Successful candidates will be given the prized permanent citizenship and also the freedom of working in any Canadian territory, except Quebec. The Immigration Process is quite simple and straight forward. If you meet the Canada’s Point System, and your supporting documents are accurate and 100% complete, you stand a very good chance of getting a warm welcome from the concerned immigration officials in the mesmerizing Maple Leaf Country.

Key Duties

  • Review patients’ physical abilities via evaluative processes, like functional ability tests, and examine treatment goals with patients on the basis of their physical diagnoses.
  • Develop and implement plans of physiotherapy covering therapeutic exercise, manipulations, massage, education, the use of electro-therapeutic, besides additional mechanical equipment and hydro-therapy, and appraise the effectiveness of treatment plans and amend accordingly.
  • Be in touch with referring general practitioner and other healthcare professionals regarding patients’ problems, needs and progress and keep clinical and statistical records.
  • Plan and put into practice health promotion schemes for patients, staff and the society.
  • Carry-out research in physiotherapy and offer consulting or education services.

Occupational Titles

  • Clinical co-coordinator, physical therapy
  • Clinical co-coordinator, physiotherapy
  • Clinical physical therapist
  • Clinical physiotherapist
  • Consultant physical therapist
  • Consultant physiotherapist
  • Physical rehabilitation therapist
  • Physical therapist
  • Physical therapist, research
  • Physical therapy clinical co-coordinator
  • Physical therapy clinical specialist
  • Physical therapy supervisor
  • Physiotherapist
  • Physiotherapist, research
  • Physiotherapy clinical co-coordinator
  • Physiotherapy supervisor
  • Registered physical therapist
  • Registered physiotherapist
  • Research physical therapist
  • Research physiotherapist
  • Supervisor, physical therapy
  • Supervisor, physiotherapy
  • Therapist, physical rehabilitation

Education Qualifications

  • A graduate or a post graduate degree in physiotherapy and a period of supervised practical training.
  • Registration with a regulatory body is required to practice physiotherapy in all Canadian provinces and territories.
  • Completion of the Physiotherapy National Exam, administered by the Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulatory Boards, is also required.

As one of the skilled Physiotherapists, your job prospects are excellent and your future is safe and secure in Canada. All you need to do is to concentrate on the points system, and submit your supporting documents accurately.

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