Clinical Exercise Physiologists
Clinical exercise physiologists work in coordination with allied health professionals and clinicians. Their work involves providing expert advice on exercise and physical fitness, to people with chronic diseases such as diabetes, coronary heart disease, or chronic pulmonary disease, etc.
Biomedical scientists are employed in healthcare settings to execute varied laboratory tests and techniques on fluids and tissue samples to aid doctors and clinicians in the diagnosis of diseases. They also evaluate treatment effectiveness.
Sports Physiologists are involved in assisting athlete and sports teams in optimizing their fitness and physical functions. They provide such support at various levels, by monitoring their training, assessing their fitness levels, and developing fitness-training programs.
Physiotherapists assist and treat patients suffering from physical injuries, difficulties or disabilities. They are involved in the rehabilitation of patients, to help them improve their mobility and physical function.
Research Physiologists aim to understand the mechanisms of the human body to develop solutions to various physiological problems. To this end, they utilize the latest scientific tools and techniques to study various functions, in the laboratory as well as the natural environment.
Teachers and educators are actively employed at both the secondary school level as well as at the college level, as a teacher or lecturer.