Physiotherapists are experts in the field of movement science. Physiotherapy is a type of health care that helps people regain, maintain, and improve their strength, function, mobility, and overall well-being. The phrases "physiotherapy" and "physical therapy," as well as "physiotherapist" and "physical therapist," denote the same thing and are interchangeable. Physiotherapists analyse, diagnose, and treat symptoms of illness, injury, and disability using in-depth understanding of how the body functions and specialized hands-on clinical skills. Rehabilitation, injury prevention, and health and fitness promotion are all part of it. To satisfy an individual's health care needs, physiotherapists frequently collaborate with other health experts. Physiotherapists are professionally trained and regulated professionals that provide physiotherapy. Instead of focusing on the particular parts of an injury or sickness, physiotherapists look at the total body. A physiotherapist collaborates with patients to create personalized programs aimed at restoring their functional capacity and mobility as much as feasible.