Using handmade equipment, supporting local specialists with treatment plans, and assisting patients with a spectrum of conditions will be highlights of your physiotherapy placement in Cambodia. Furthermore, you’ll be living in the capital city — Phnom Penh. Sample mouthwatering Southeast Asian cuisine, buzzing nightlife, boat along the Mekong River to emerald rice paddies, and the white sands and crystal clear waters of the coast. Read what our students think below!
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"We quickly learnt how to be more resourceful, using a glove filled with water for a pressure cushion – something we’d never see back home!"Read more
"I was placed in a variety of settings in the hospital including outpatients, critical care, oncology, neurology, amputations, and paediatrics"Read more
"Treatment was heavily based on electrotherapy, manual therapy and exercise prescription."Read more
"My experience in the hospital here made me immensely grateful for the Australian healthcare system."Read more
"I came home realising that despite being overstretched and understaffed, their system works."Read more
"I was able to experience physiotherapy in a challenging and entirely different environment"Read more
"In some wards there were two patients to a bed. Sometimes there were patients on the floor."Read more
"I gained insight into equipment and pathologies I had never seen before."Read more
"I even went into surgery — a very rare opportunity for an Exercise Physiologist in Australia!"Read more
If you’re thinking about going on a placement abroad, I couldn’t recommend it enough!Read more