In the face of a society that cares more about health and quality of life, Physiotherapy has gained a special space. This professional takes care of the patients recovery regarding their movements and acts in the prevention and recovery of muscle injuries.
The perspectives for the job market are encouraging, given that the Federal Council of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy (COFFITO) recognizes 15 areas: physiotherapy in acupuncture, aquatic, cardiovascular, dermatofunctional, sportive, in gerontology, work, neurofunctional, in oncology, respiratory, trauma-orthopedic, osteopathy (therapy that seeks to find where the pain and health problems are coming from), chiropractic (used to treat joint problems, especially the spine), women's health and intensive care.
URI provides generalist training seeking to train professionals to work in health education, in order to promote, protect and recover health. The graduate will have an ethical, critical, innovative, sensitive and respectful sense of the population's historical and cultural needs.