Hours per week
There is a real shortage of skilled physical therapists in Nepal. If you’re currently training with at least one year of experience, recently qualified, or on a career break, you’ll provide valuable treatment to babies, children, and adults with a wide range of physical problems.
The experiences you’ll have on physical therapy placement abroad will give you a greater understanding of how professionals in the fields work in a developing country while providing valuable experience overseas.
Everyone doing a Physical Therapy project in Nepal must have completed at least one year of related studies or training by the time they join the project. Interns with a year or more experience, but who are not yet fully qualified, work at the disabled rehabilitation Center in Kathmandu. Therapists who are fully qualified and can commit to at leasteight weekson the project work at one of the rehabilitation hospitals or rehabilitation center in Kathmandu . The centers are located in Kathmandu and Banepa. Banepa is located about one hour driving from Kathmandu.