Programme overview

The Master of Physiotherapy (MPT) is a two-year postgraduate degree programme that comes under the stream of Medicine and Allied Science. This degree programme deals with physical therapy, which is used to improve a patient's physical functions. The term physical therapy is considered a primary care treatment along with other medical services where therapists work closely with general physicians and other healthcare professionals. The MPT degree has a specialisation in Neurology, Orthopaedics, sports, and cardiopulmonary physiotherapy. The MPT Sports Physiotherapy field focuses on sports-related injuries and prevention. The specialty provides advanced knowledge and competence to help athletes recover quickly and safely. It is a vital part of health care in today's society. For many, this type of treatment is a stepping stone towards a doctorate in physical therapy. However, the training and expertise required to excel in this field are prerequisites to becoming a successful sports physiotherapist.

  • 2 Years

    Duration of Program

  • PG

    Level of Study

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How will you benefit

Methods and exercises that can help relieve such physical pain
The causes and treatment of such overexercise
Activities and schemes that drain or boost strength
Factor factors, precautions, and healthy eating affect the health of an athlete.

What will you study

MPT Sports physio improves strength, prevents injuries.

Sports physio ensures optimal fitness for success.

Masters in Physio develops specialized competence.

Specialization: sport injury management, prevention.

  • PO1: The student will be skilled in treatment planning, management, administration of physiotherapy treatment, and provision of patient support.
  • PO2: Acquire in-depth knowledge of the structure and function of the human body related to the respective branch of specialty.
  • PO3: Acquire in-depth knowledge of movement dysfunction in the human body and the principles underlying the use of physiotherapeutic interventions for restoring movement dysfunction towards normalcy.
  • PO4: Demonstrate skill in Physical and Functional diagnosis pertaining to the patient under his or her care.

  • PSO1: Demonstrate the ability to critically appraise recent physiotherapeutic and related literature from journals and adopt diagnostic and therapeutic procedures based on it.
  • PSO2: The student will also perform independent research within the department and help the department and the team with treatment planning for the patient.
  • PSO3: A PT post-graduate is encouraged to pursue further qualification to attain a senior position in the professional field, and to keep abreast of the advances and new technology, the professional should opt for continuous professional education credits offered by national and international institutes.

  • PEO1: The MPT degree enables students to specialise in a variety of physiotherapy specialties, including sports, musculoskeletal physiotherapy, neurology, orthopaedics, geriatrics, health promotion, disability rehabilitation, and cardiopulmonary physiotherapy, as well as numerous employment opportunities in the health care industry. A MPT degree holder earns 4 to 9 LPA on average.
  • PEO2: Senior sports Physiotherapists, Acupuncturists, lecturers, and osteopaths with an MPT degree can work in both the public and private sectors. Startups and entrepreneurship offer a lot of potential.
  • PEO3: Physiotherapists work with people who need to exercise because of illness, injury, disability, or ageing.


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Eligibility Criteria

50% marks in Bachelor in Physiotherapy.

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