To become a physiotherapist, you typically need to follow these steps:

1.      Complete a bachelor's degree: The first step to becoming a physiotherapist is to earn a bachelor's degree in physiotherapy or a related field, such as kinesiology or exercise science. The degree program should be accredited by the relevant national or regional organization.

2.      Gain clinical experience: After completing your degree, you will need to gain clinical experience through internships or supervised practice. This will give you hands-on experience working with patients and applying the knowledge you gained in your degree program.

3.      Obtain a license: To practice as a physiotherapist, you will need to obtain a license or registration from the relevant national or regional regulatory body. This typically involves passing an exam and meeting other requirements, such as continuing education.

4.      Consider specialization: Once you have gained some experience as a physiotherapist, you may want to consider specializing in a particular area, such as sports medicine, pediatrics, or neurology. This can help you develop expertise in a specific area of physiotherapy and expand your career opportunities.

5.      Ongoing education: As with any healthcare profession, it's important to stay up-to-date with the latest research and developments in the field. This may involve completing continuing education courses or pursuing a master's degree or other advanced training.

Becoming a physiotherapist typically requires a significant investment of time and effort, but it can be a rewarding and fulfilling career for those who are passionate about helping others improve their physical function and quality of life.