Physiotherapist CV


Physiotherapists CVs fall under the medical category CV samples. Physiotherapist jobs on the other hand are among the highest paying jobs available today. The competition is therefore stiff and for your CV sample or resume to stand out you need to consider many factors, a few of which are mentioned below.

By definition a physiotherapist is someone who holds a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy.  When writing a CV for a physiotherapist, the chronological resume is the recommended CV format. The CV resume should focus mostly on experience and education which are the two most important requirements for entry into this field. The CV resume should also include a section on professional affiliations and certifications.

Sample Physiotherapist CV

James Walker

70 Hanover Road

Uxbridge

Middlesex UB8 3PH

Mobile: 08000 000000

Tel (home): 020 000 0000

Email:jameswalker@gmail.com

Education Background

Year:  2006 to 2009

University:  Brunel University, Middlesex

Award:  Bsc (Hons) Physiotherapy

Year: 2005 to 2006

University:  Essex University, BA (Hons) Economics 2:1

Year: 2002 to 2004

College: Joseph’s Sixth Form College, Leeds, GCE A levels:

Year:  1999 to 2001

High School:    La Retraite High School, Sheffield, 10 GCE O levels

CLINICAL PLACEMENTS

  1. Healing Hospital, West California

Student Physiotherapy Key learning points  

Outpatients:

February – March 2009 (6 weeks)

  1. St Batista Hospital

Student Physiotherapy Key learning points

  • Open assessment clinics
  • Goal setting

Neurology In- and Outpatients:

October 2008 (4 weeks)

  1. Westminster Hospital, London

Student Physiotherapy Key learning points

  • Education regarding pathology and prognosis
  • Ward Management and prioritization

Respiratory: ITU / HDU and medical ward:

September 2008 (4 weeks)

  1. St. Thomas’ Hospital

Student Physiotherapy Key learning points

  • ITU /HDU assessment and treatment techniques
  • Cardiac rehabilitation delivery involvement

Regional Neurosurgery Unit:

June 2008 (4 weeks)

  1. Charring Cross Hospital

Student Physiotherapy Key learning points

  • Brain tumor case presentation
  • Acute brain injury patient management

SKILLS PROFILE

  • Excellent verbal and non verbal communication skills. This has been enhanced by communication with stroke patients who exhibited limited vocabulary
  • Team work skills developed while involved in teaching and managing physiotherapy assistants in the delivery of neurology treatment plans.
  • Excellent problem solving skills
  • Effective clinical reasoning.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office and use of Word, PowerPoint and Excel for in-service.

PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT

1996 – 2006

Senior Manager, Accountant, Deloitte, London.

1991 – 1996

Accountant, Grant Thornton, London

Feb – Sept 2006

Volunteer Physiotherapy Assistant, Outpatients, Bolingbroke hospital. One day per week including hydrotherapy and clinical notes audit.

HOBBIES

Sport: Playing badminton and five-a-side football

Traveling

Socializing with friends,

Going to cinema

Reading

REFERENCES

Available on request

Category: Medical CV

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