Physiotherapists earn an average salary of £28,036 or £18.31 per hour, with bonus and profit-sharing up to ££1,962 and £2,000 respectively.
Pay by Experience Level for Physiotherapists
The entry-level, years of experience and the average salary for Physiotherapists are as follow:
Entry-level Physiotherapists with less than one-year experience earn £23,028 (bonus, overtime pay, and tips are included).
Early-career Physiotherapists with 1-4 years of experience can expect to earn £25,904.
Mid-career Physiotherapists with 5-9 years of experience will pocket £30,993.
Experienced Physiotherapists with 10-19 years of experience will make £34,293.
Late career Physiotherapists with more than twenty years’ experience can look forward to a total average of £35,536 compensation.
Essential Skills for Physiotherapists
Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation, and Diagnosis and Treatment Planning are some of the most popular skills for Physiotherapists.
How Become a Physiotherapist?
To be considered a right choice for physical therapy, a psychotherapist should have graduated from a university with a Bachelor of Science degree in physical therapy or a doctoral degree in psychology, physiology, or other related fields of physical therapy.
What Do Physiotherapists Do?
The primary role of a physiotherapist in the United Kingdom is physiotherapy. Physiotherapy is the study of the movement, function, and structures of the human body and how they are affected by factors including disease, injury, genetics, injury history, age, gender, and lifestyle.
It is an essential skill that is essential for health care practitioners to be able to treat patients, and its role in providing primary health care is growing.