Due to the mass of casualties resulting from the Sri Lankan Civil War, hospitals in Anurdhapura sought to acquire only the best physiotherapists. When placed here, you’ll have the pleasure of working with them. During your clinical experience you’ll come into contact with fractures, cerebral palsy mobility issues, and even Guillain-Barre syndrome. After a rewarding day, make the journey to the top of Sigiriya, an enormous column of orange rock – it'll certainly be worth the climb. Read what our students think below!
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"You get to see how patients are treated without all the tools we use at home."Read more
"My time in the hospital was rewarding both personally and professionally".Read more
"There are also so many amazing chances to travel, at very affordable prices".Read more
"I would definitely recommend this program, all the Nepalese people are wonderful".Read more
"Enjoy yourself, get stuck in, make the most of your time in Arusha. You’ll never forget it!".Read more
My first surprise was how differently the hospital operated compared with hospitals in the UK.Read more
I saw patients with DeQuervain syndrome, Bell’s palsy, adhesive capsulitis, and back pain.Read more
I had a well rounded trip with plenty of fun, challenges and excitement, resulting in amazing memoriesRead more
Ghana has a huge place in my heart and memories I will never forget.Read more
In outpatients I saw a variety of conditions mostly arising from the heavy labour jobs done in NepalRead more