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Art de vivre, France

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Mont Saint-michel, France

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Lavande, Provence, France

La Petite France, Strasbourg, France

La Petite France, Strasbourg, France

Paris, Ville lumière, France

Paris, Ville lumière, France

Physiotherapist, occupational therapist, psychomotor specialist:

Are you a physiotherapist, an occupational therapist or a psychomotor specialist? Do you have a diploma acknowledged in a European country and you speak French (level A2)? Join the healthcare establishments in France for a permanent or a temporary work contract.
Why work in France?

France offers many professional opportunities for physiotherapists who would like to work as an employee in hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation centres, or senior home


What is the salary of a physiotherapist in France?

  • Salaries for a beginner vary between 1,500 € and 2,000 € net per month.


Is it possible to benefit from housing assistance?

  • The majority of establishments offer a temporary accommodation solution to arrive in good conditions


Do we offer permanent or fixed-term contracts?

  • Euromotion Medical offers permanent or fixed-term contracts. We do not offer locum contracts.


Installation assistance:
We support you in all your administrative procedures!

We assist you in all your administrative procedures : degree equivalence, relocation, housing, school registration for your children, daily life advice...

Our promise : you will never feel alone during this transition period. 

We will offer you the guide "Welcome in France" which describes all the life situations you could meet in you daily life. Of course, we remain constantly at your disposal. You could contact us when you want by phone.

Integration tracking:

Have you just started a new job, in France ?

We offer to assist you by meeting us every 3 months with other applicants. What is the best way to develop a new personal network in your new country than meeting us ?

Naturally, we will remain in touch during the first weeks to make sure you're satisfied in your new job and your new life !

How to work in France?

Physiotherapists: how to work in France?

To work in France, you must obtain an authorisation to practice (DRDJSCS) and register with the order.
You are a physiotherapist:
In order to work in France, you need to apply for the authorisation to exercise at DRJSCS in the region where you want to work later. To obtain the authorisation, you need to wait 1-4 months. If your initial training is significantly different from French training, the DRJSCS may possibly ask you to do an additional internship. Globally, your documents should contain: 
  1.   An application form.
  2. Copy of your valid ID card
  3. Copy of your diplomas
  4. All additional documents that justify a continuous training, professional experience and skills acquired during professional practice.
  5. Certificate of good conduct (original, not a copy) issued by the relevant professional body (if one exists in your country), issued within the past year
  6. Detailed description of your studies at the educational institution, including:  
  • the level of training

  • the detail and the hourly volume of the courses followed year by year (for example: detail of the training )

  • content and duration of validated internships (these internships must cover 5 areas - for example: details of internships )

Below you will find the documents needed for specific regions in France:


A question to complete this file? Contact us! All this information is provided for information only.

As soon as you obtain your authorization, you must then register with the council of the order of physiotherapists .

A question? Discover our FAQ

Let's meet !

"We are a human-sized medical recruitment agency. Our vision : to offer the best service to our clients and our applicants. Our values : Trust, Transparency, Kindness. We are restless to meet you and define your project... And of course, to help you to achieve it !

- Let's meet ! "  

Cédric Desmoulins, Founder and Associate Director of Euromotion Medical