Explore Physiotherapy at Salford
Physiotherapy seeks to optimise human movement and function by using physical approaches to promote, maintain and restore physical, psychological and social wellbeing.
Our physiotherapy graduates have excellent problem-solving skills, they are technically proficient, professionally aware and as such, move seamlessly into graduate practice - in short, they are very employable. The course benefits from dedicated and innovative teaching staff operating from purpose-built, state-of-the-art technical and learning facilities.
The NHS Constitution is at the heart of our recruitment and selection process for students applying to become health care professionals.
Why should you study Physiotherapy at the University of Salford?
Our BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy course achieved a 97% overall student satisfaction rate in 2019 (University of Salford analysis of unpublished NSS 2019 data)
Upon graduation, you are eligible to become a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and apply to be placed on the Health and Care Professions Council’s (HCPC) Register of Physiotherapists
You will gain wide-ranging experience from placements in NHS hospitals and community-based Trusts, private hospitals, sporting organisations and private practices both locally and beyond the north-west region
We're proud to say that in the Complete University Guide 2021 rankings our BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy course has jumped to 9th place nationally. We also ranked joint 1st nationally for student satisfaction and joint 1st for graduate prospects
Clinical skills rooms
In our clinical skills rooms you’ll be able to practice new skills in a safe environment under the supervision of a qualified practitioner. The Mary Seacole Building is home to a number of plinth rooms used by physiotherapy and sports students with multi-purpose couches for in-house clinical sessions.
Human Performance Lab
Our world-class human performance laboratory is one of the best equipped in the country and contains almost every type of physiological and biomechanical testing equipment, including a 30-metre sprint track with in-built force platforms, motion cameras, blood and gas analysis equipment and speed guns.
The University is also home to three gait labs, which, together with the human performance lab, are used to conduct groundbreaking research by the Centre for Health, Sport and Rehabilitation Sciences Research that underpins your learning.
Take a 360° look at our Human Performance Lab below:
Get in touch
Our friendly team will answer any questions you may have. You can contact us through email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +44 (0)161 295 4545.