Physiotherapists are health-care professionals, trained in the movement and function of the body. Physiotherapists work with patients of all ages and a variety of health conditions. Physiotherapists treat and manage severe injuries such as ankle sprains. Physiotherapists also help in diabetes and heart diseases. Physiotherapists may either work in private clinics or else in rehabilitation centres, in in-patient and out-patient departments, Emergency and intensive care departments. Physiotherapists are also in use in child development centers.