Our Physiotherapy courses will fully prepare you for a career in the profession. You'll learn from leading practitioners who are experts in their clinical fields, and who, as well as teaching at the University, also work in specialist areas such as the NHS, Ministry of Defence, private practice and even high-level sport.
Undergraduate courses in Physiotherapy
Approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
In the 2022 National Student Survey, 92% of our physiotherapy students were satisfied with their course, placing us in the top 10 of mainstream HE providers of Physiotherapy
14th in the UK for Physiotherapy (The Guardian University Guide 2023)
Physiotherapy: On Demand
Find out more about our excellent facilities, the role of a physio and the College of Life Sciences.
Our compact, Covid-safe campus is small enough to get everywhere easily but big enough that it never feels crowded. We’ll show you the David Wilson Library, the Danielle Brown Sports Centre and our newly opened, completely refurbished Students’ Union, as well as teaching facilities.
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Meet the tutors
Our staff are all qualified and practising physiotherapists. They're passionate about their profession, and look forward to supporting you towards your own rewarding career.
I specialise in cardiorespiratory physiotherapy and still work clinically in this area. I lead pathophysiology and cardiorespiratory teaching and am departmental simulation lead.
I specialise in neurology within stroke care, and have experience in both the acute setting and rehabilitation. My research looks at finding innovative ways of improving patient care.
Physiotherapy Lecturer / Practitioner
I am a cardio respiratory lecturer in physio and my clinical experience is based around Pulmonary Rehabilitation. My research focuses on this area.
Dr Seth O'Neill
Associate Professor in Physiotherapy
My clinical and research interests focus around tendon disorders and persistent pain states. I believe research drives improvements in clinical care, and I'm Research Lead for the physiotherapy programmes.