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Physiotherapy programme educates experts of movement and functional capacity

The degree programme in Physiotherapy focuses on communication and interaction skills, human functioning and movement capacity, and evidence based methods of physiotherapy. Programme also has a strong element of practical training.

9.1.2018 | By: Elina Valkama

See what student and senior lecturers tell about the physiotherapy studies at SAMK.

The Degree Programme in Physiotherapy opens opportunities to work within field of rehabilitation both in the private and public sector.

Application period: 9 – 24 January 2018
Studies start in Autumn 2018

9.1.2018 | By: Elina Valkama

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