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Sana Institute of Physiotherapy

(Affiliated with UP State Medical Faculty, Lucknow)
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Two Years 

College: Sana Institute of Physiotherapy & Allied Medical Sciences, Lucknow 

Affiliation: Uttar Pradesh State Medical Faculty, Lucknow 

Minimum Eligibility: 10+2 – Science Stream only, NIOS: Minimum 5 Subjects Pass. English not required. English preferred.

Age Requirement: Minimum Age 17, Maximum Age: No Limit.

Science Stream PCB and PCM both.

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(in accordance with UP State Medical Faculty)

1st   Year Tuition Fee: ₹ 4500/month   

2nd Year Tuition Fee: ₹ 4500/month

Total course fee: ₹ 98,000         

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Submit Online Application

Last date to apply to this course is 30 November 2022 for 2022-2023 academic session. 

Send us colour copy of school mark sheets and certificates and photograph at or call us at (+91) 8090030198

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Physiotherapists are trained professionals working in health care. They are trained to restore mobility, alleviate pain and suffering and work to prevent permanent disability in patients. The job of a physical therapist is preventive, restorative and rehabilitation.                

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Physiotherapists help patients rehabilitate from a state of incapacity due to genetic defect or the result of an accident or illness. Hence, you must have thorough knowledge of the human anatomy and the intricacies of bones, muscles and nerves.

There are two ways to enter the physiotherapy field. A diploma (DPT) or a professional course (BPT of four years).

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At SIP the students go through practical hand on training at hospitals in the region. Students who have graduated from our Institute are working in several major hospitals including Government of Uttar Pradesh, Integral University, Era Medical College etc.  and Abroad.

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Recommended Books for 1st Year. 

  1. Anatomy – B D Chaurasia 

  2. Essentials of Medical Physiology – K. Semubulingam

  3. Essential Pathology for Physiotherapy Students – Harsh Mohan

  4. Medical Biochemistry for Physiotherapy Students – Harpreet Kaur

    5. Principles of Exercise Therapy –                    Dena Gardiner 

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