Job Expectations.
1.    Must possess an understanding and caring attitude toward Disabled persons, and must display a willingness to be available to the service of the seniors.
2.    Ability to work under stress and handle stressful situations.
3.    Ability to meet deadlines.
4.    Ability to follow directions and work together as a team player.
5.    Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, other personnel and the public.
6.    Willing to volunteer and do all nature of work
7.    Demonstrate Service mind 

Typical work activities.
1. working with patients to identify the physical problem;
2. developing and reviewing treatment programmes;
3. assisting patients with joint and spinal problems, especially following surgery;
4. helping patients' rehabilitation following accidents, injury and strokes;
5. educating and advising patients and their carers about how to prevent and/or improve conditions;
6. keeping up to date with new techniques and technologies available for treating patients;
6. liaising with other healthcare personnel to supply and receive relevant information about the background and progress of patients, as well as referring patients who require other specific medical attention.
7. Physiotherapists often see patients for several consultations over a period of weeks or months.