Allied health is a distinct health care professional unlike nursing, oral health, medicine, and pharmacology. Allied Health Professions are a distinct group of health professionals who apply their expertise to prevent disease transmission, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate people of all ages and all specialities. Together with a range of technical and support staff, they may deliver direct patient care, rehabilitation, treatment, diagnostics, and health improvement interventions to restore and maintain optimal physical, sensory, psychological, cognitive, and social functions. Help your patients differently, and implement your practical knowledge gleaned from any of the following different fields:

  • Anesthesiologist
  • Psychotherapist
  • Chiropractor
  • Physiotherapist
  • Clinical officer
  • Communicative Disorders Assistant
  • Dental hygienist
  • Medical interpreter
  • Midwife
  • Music therapist
  • Occupational therapist
  • Orthotist / prosthetist
  • Paramedic
  • Radiographer (or radiology technologist; includes specialist radiographers, e.g., angiographer, mammographer, etc.)
  • Rehabilitation Technician
  • Rehabilitation counsellor
  • Surgical technologist
Health and Allied Health


The health-related profession is a noble job, it is extremely rewarding, emotional and you are helping someone live a better life. A profession where contentment, emotional response, taking less – giving more, reverence is synonymously used.
For a doctor to be significant, allied health specialists cannot be left out of the equation, hence as the demand for doctors and nurses surge, the need for allied health specialists is even more.

  • Teach people how to walk again after a debilitating paralysis or after amputation of limbs. Train them to walk and do activities with prosthetics.
  • Improve the diagnosis of diseases by specialising in a special sector of medicine.
  • Interact with people, learn about their medical issues, and help them live with ailments or other medical conditions.
  • Become an advocate or your patients and become the first to recognise their issues and save them before their condition worsen.
  • Become a dietician and help people manage their weight and medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, Kidney issues and so son.
  • Become a public health professional and help the government plane a robust response to largely spread medical conditions.

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