Allied health professionals help patients in ways that few other healthcare professionals can, whether that’s by helping someone learn to walk again or fixing a child’s squint. They work alongside a multidisciplinary team of doctors and nurses, in a range of settings including hospitals and patient’s homes. Careers in Allied Health will most likely require further training and study.
Radiography is one of the most innovative aspects of healthcare – you’ll use advanced technology to look inside patients’ bodies and understand the root causes of their illness.
Occupational therapists work with people who have a physical or learning disability or mental illness, actively engaging them in purposeful activities in order to maximise self-confidence, independent functioning and well-being.
Podiatrists diagnose and treat foot and ankle problems, improving people’s mobility and quality of life.
Transform the lives by helping patients to run, walk better or simply stand without pain. Prosthetists and orthotists give back the power of movement and use the latest technology to create and fit prostheses or aids.