I'm ex bootneck currently studying physiotherapy at Essex Uni and currently in my first year. If Im honest Im totally disillusioned with the course and the future prospects of the profession and therefore considering a course switch. I'm keen to stay within the medical environment and have looked at a career in Radiography, it appears to be in greater demand and have quicker career progression than physio. My lecturers have tried to persuade me not to leave and keep reminding me Physio offers more kudos and autonomy than radiography and in the long run is the better career option. Would any radiographers like to persuade me otherwise? Radiography seems to offer some interesting areas of practice i.e. theatre work and A&E whereas my experience of physio to date has been old ladies and walking frames. Can any serving radiographers comment on the pros and cons of their job.. Any comments/advice appreciated.