Physiotherapy is an autonomous health profession that is primarily directed towards the prevention or alleviation of movement dysfunction in people using a non-drug approach. It is concerned with the remediation of impairment, and promotion of mobility, functional ability. The practice of physiotherapy is dedicated to movement sciences and it concerned with the function of body systems. A career in physiotherapy can lead to a variety of interesting and challenging jobs in the health care system. Physiotherapists get specializations in the areas such as paediatrics, geriatrics, neurology, cardiorespiratory, and orthopaedics. Physiotherapists can also obtain a doctorate degree and become involved in research. Physiotherapists have an extensive scope in India as well as abroad. Physiotherapists that demonstrate a high level of skill, knowledge and competence in their work may find many opportunities for growth, such as moving into supervisory or management positions, teaching positions, or they may decide to open their own physiotherapy clinic or service.
The Physiotherapy Department of the University has meritorious faculty, runs a Physiotherapy OPD and has tie up with hospitals to provide clinical exposure to the students.