Stop taking about what you don’t know. Chartered physiotherapists do not have ‘extremely limited’ hands on skills. That’s a ridiculous and stupid statement all in one. We practice evidence-based treatment. Not like the quacks who do a weekend course and all of a sudden guess what every patient gets for treatment on Monday morning.
Look back on what you said - ‘I cant hold a candle to physios’ on anatomy etc. You’ve just said that you have limited knowledge of anatomy and physiology yet for some reason can apply treatments based on anatomy and physiology to patients.
If you can’t diagnose a patient how can you treat them.
If you aren’t a ‘uni-based physio’ (in fact you’re not a physio at all as you’re not Coru registered) how do you know what the course syllabus.
What muscle ‘shock’ component? Cupping?
You can't shock a muscle through exercise or stimulation , the only way you can shock a muscle is to give it a literal electrical shock.
Anyone can do a pt course op, I've a pt cert and the amount of people I know with one who have no understanding of the body or an individuals need is staggering. Excercise adaptation is the most important aspect of giving someone a resistance based programme.
Most physios I know of in private practice do cupping, needling, myofacial release work to get the everyday work in the door.