Using improvised rehabilitation equipment, assisting with patients’ treatments and treatment plans, and working with a spectrum of conditions will be standout features of your physiotherapy elective in Cambodia. You’ll live in the capital city of Phnom Penh, where you can try mouthwatering Southeast Asian cuisine, experience buzzing nightlife, boat along the Mekong River to explore rural rice paddies, and head to the coast for white sands and crystal clear waters. Read what our students think below!
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"Limited to a gym with little to no equipment, it was an exciting challenge to help generate treatment ideas."Read more
"I also observed a handful of orthopaedic surgeries during my day in theatre and even observed an open-reduction-internal-fixation surgery."Read more
"Being able to discuss auditory cues for a patient with mid-stage Parkinson’s disease was a highlight."Read more
"I learnt a lot about the approach to pediatric physiotherapy"Read more
"I came home realising that despite being overstretched and understaffed, their system works."Read more
"We quickly learnt how to be more resourceful, using a glove filled with water for a pressure cushion – something we’d never see back home!"Read more
"I was placed in a variety of settings in the hospital including outpatients, critical care, oncology, neurology, amputations, and paediatrics"Read more
"Treatment was heavily based on electrotherapy, manual therapy and exercise prescription."Read more
"I was able to experience physiotherapy in a challenging and entirely different environment"Read more
"I gained insight into equipment and pathologies I had never seen before."Read more