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What would be rough pay grades in UK for undergraduate Physiotherapist?
And what are speciality they can go if decide to pursue Masters in Physiotherapy?
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The NHS website is a good source of information for this.
you should start with a band 5 with NHS
Original post by meenalkuber
What would be rough pay grades in UK for undergraduate Physiotherapist?
And what are speciality they can go if decide to pursue Masters in Physiotherapy?

As advised by others, definitely have a look at the NHS Careers website as they give a good indication of paygrades and further development and specialisms. You could also look into the private sector or charitable sector for alternatives where pay grades may differ.

You could further specialise in research or in sports medicine if those are areas of interest to you. With a Masters in this field, you could become an advanced practitioner which would also reflect your pay grade.
One of the ways you can specialise is in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound which is popular with Physiotherapists, but also there is a shortage of practitioners with this specialism and so is a good role to look into in terms of career prospects. We offer a Postgraduate Certificate in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound if you want to have a read into this specialism 🙂

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