Clinical Internship is the fifth and final year of the Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy curriculum. Students are assigned
to rotate and have their training at the Sections of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation of different hospitals or Physical
Therapy Clinics. During this course, the interns or trainees are given the opportunity to apply the theoretical principles
and knowledge that they have acquired for the past four academic years in clinical setting. Training focuses on refining the
interns' skill in assessing patients' condition, setting patients' goals, planning of patients' treatment program based
on the patients' present condition and goals, carrying out the treatment plan and providing home instructions or program for
the patient. In addition, documentation, communication and interpersonal skills are also trained during this course so as
to ensure that in the near future, they would be competent, skilled and conscientious professional therapists.