A PhD in Physiotherapy is a research-oriented degree that prepares individuals to become experts in the field of physiotherapy. Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that focuses on the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of physical impairments, disabilities, and pain. Physiotherapists work with patients of all ages, helping them to regain their physical function, mobility, and independence. The program involves rigorous coursework in research methods, statistics, and physiotherapy theory, as well as independent research under the guidance of a faculty advisor. Graduates with a PhD in Physiotherapy typically pursue academic careers as researchers, professors, or administrators in universities, research institutions, or healthcare organizations. They may also work in private practice, government agencies, or non-profit organizations.