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Physiotherapist CV Template + Tips and Download

author Sobhan Mohmand, Career Expert         date 23 Apr 2021

Tip: Use the Physiotherapist CV Template below as an example to help you write your own personal and fully-tailored CV.

Maryam Jones

90 Hurstwood Rd
Tyne and Wear
Mob: 079 5473 8987       Email: [email protected]

Personal profile statement

I am committed, caring and friendly Physiotherapist with a great passion for helping people of all ages. I have previous experience in supporting a variety of patients ranging from children suffering from development problems to adults and the elderly affected by and recovering from injuries and movement disorders. I have excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and I enjoy working with a variety of different people.


  • Co-Founder of the Physiotherapy Society (University of Southampton)
  • Volunteer Physiotherapist at NHS, 2014


2011 – 2014BSc (Hons) PhysiotherapyUniversity of SouthamptonGrade achieved: First Class Degree

Relevant Modules:

  • Foundations and Principles of Physiotherapy Practice
  • Physical Activity and Exercise
  • Therapeutic Practice and Modern Science
  • Patient Management
  • Functional Anatomy and Movement
  • Integrated Clinical Management

2009 – 2011
Results: Physical Education: A Biology: A Chemistry: A
A LevelsDon Valley Sixth Form
2002 – 2009
Results: 11 GCSEs at Grades A*-C
GCSEsDon Valley High School

Work experience

Sept 2015 – PresentPhysiotherapist         Birmingham City Hospital

Main duties performed:

  • Providing physiotherapy assessment and treatment to both inpatient and outpatients by improving physical strength, cognition, mobility and quality of life in patients of all ages
  • Evaluating, planning and delivering bespoke physiotherapy plans to meet the needs of individual patients
  • Being involved in a patient’s pre-admission and follow-up care
  • Working with special needs infants and toddlers who are suffering from a variety of medical conditions such as cognitive development delay, low muscle tone, mobility impairment and developmental co-ordination disorder.
  • Supporting patients recovering from surgery
  • Assisting patients recovering from a wide range of accidents (sports, fall or car accidents resulting in back, neck, limb or joint conditions)
  • Supporting elderly people to increase their mobility and liaising with the Occupational Therapists to ensure that the patients have access to all the equipment, devices and resources that they require
  • Performing routine physical examinations and inspections
  • Liaising with GPs, doctors, nurses, consultants, OTs and other health or social care professional regarding a wide range of medical issues
  • Assisting the paediatric consultants with diagnosing certain diseases
  • Maintaining a high standard of work and professionalism at all times

Feb 2015 – Sept 2015Medical Secretary           Wolverhampton Hospital

Main duties performed:

  • Dealing with any enquiries or questions from the public, staff and patients
  • Ensuring all patient records are accurate and up-to-date at all times
  • Sending off any samples for testing on time and efficiently
  • Preparing any travel arrangements for health professionals and patients
  • Ensuring all medical documentation is stored correctly and kept confidential
  • Maintaining and updating diaries in a clear and concise manner
  • Carrying out any general admin work (including photocopying and filing)


  • NHS training in Restoring Movement and Function in Affected Individuals
  • Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
  • Level 2 European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) – BCS


  • Experienced in using different rehabilitation techniques and equipment
  • Ability to work with patients with a variety of diagnoses and needs
  • Experienced with written and verbal discharge/onward referral procedures
  • Having a caring attitude when supporting patients during therapy sessions
  • Showing tolerance and patience when dealing with patients, relatives and carers
  • Excellent ability to demonstrate different methods, actions and positions
  • In-depth knowledge of ICT programs and confidentiality policies

Hobbies and interests

I am an active member of my local amateur dramatic society and take part in a variety of plays throughout the year. Taking on this hobby has pushed me out of my comfort zone, allowed me to meet new people and boosted my confidence when dealing with other members of the public in my personal life and professional career.


Mrs Melanie Lee
Physiotherapy Manager, Birmingham Hospital
Address: 16 Milk Rd, Durham, DI1 5XC
Tel: 0723 4352 4567
Email: [email protected]
Mr Carl Young
Manager, Wolverhampton Hospital
Address: 7 Slade Rd, Kent, KP1 8NK
Tel: 0780 4543 0988
Email: [email protected]

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  • Look the part: Your main job as a Physiotherapist is to use physical activities to maintain or improve the medical condition of an affected patient. Therefore, it is recommended that you include your skills and hobbies related to fitness, gym, sports and other physical activities on your CV. This will demonstrate to the prospective employer that you are a healthy, outgoing and active individual with a good potential to do the job well.

Good Luck!

Written by Sobhan Mohmand
Sobhan is a qualified Careers Advisor and Professional CV Writer with over 10 years of experience in helping job seekers get a job. He is a Member of the Careers Development Institute (CDI) and is listed on the official UK Register of Career Development Professionals. He holds a Level 6 Diploma in Career Guidance and Development (QCF).


    £20.000 – £35.000
    Degree or Work Experience
    37+ hours per week


  • Communication Skills
    Ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of people including patients, medical staff and the general public
  • Caring
    Ability to care for and empathise with patients’ needs
  • Fitness
    The condition of being physically fit and healthy
  • Writing Skills
    Excellent writing skills to write clear and concise medical reports
  • Observation Skills
    Paying attention to every aspect of the activities and ensuring that no “small details” are overlooked when working with patients
  • Demonstration Skills
    Having strong presentation and demonstrating skills

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