[bt_section layout=”boxed” top_spaced=”not-spaced” bottom_spaced=”not-spaced” skin=”inherit” full_screen=”no” vertical_align=”inherit” divider=”no” back_image=”” back_color=”” back_video=”” video_settings=”” parallax=”” parallax_offset=”” animation=”” animation_back=”” animation_impress=”” el_id=”” el_class=”” el_style=”” responsive=””][bt_row][bt_column width=”1/1″][bt_header superheadline=”THEME” headline=”Rehabilitation After COVID-19” headline_size=”large” dash=”top” dash_style=”btAlternateDash” subheadline=”” el_class=”” el_style=””][/bt_header][bt_hr top_spaced=”not-spaced” bottom_spaced=”bottomExtraSmallSpaced” transparent_border=”noBorder” el_class=”” el_style=”” responsive=””][/bt_hr][bt_text] World Physiotherapy Day falls on 8th September every year, and is an opportunity for physiotherapists from all over the world to raise awareness about their crucial role in keeping people well, mobile and independent. The day was established by World Confederation for Physiotherapy (WCPT) in 1996, and marks the date on which WCPT was founded in 1951. Physiotherapists are healthcare professionals that provide services that develop, maintain and restore people’s maximum movement and functional ability. They can help people at any stage of life, when movement and function are threatened by ageing, injury, diseases, disorders, or environmental factors.