Elite students choose to study rehabilitation sciences at PolyU
The Department of Rehabilitation Sciences recently hosted the High Flyer Mentorship Programme luncheon for elite freshmen in physiotherapy and occupational therapy programmes to gather together and share their goals and dreams for pursuing their studies at PolyU. The experience of a student who suffered from sports injury and has fully recovered after physiotherapy treatment has inspired him to become a physiotherapist in future. Another student whose family member resumed normal life after occupational therapy treatment has selected occupational therapy as his lifetime profession.
The students all hoped to use their professional skills to help those who require rehabilitation treatment to master their life skills and return to normal life. Details>>
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